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Published On: Thu, Jul 3rd, 2014

New study points to DNA-lengthening therapy could double human lifespan

Harvard-trained neurosurgeon Dr. C. Norman Shealy develops an innovative new therapy that challenges the phenomenon of aging. For the first time, he has shown in a clinical study that telomeres can be regenerated in healthy people and plans to release results of the Bliss Oils study in August.

“Every time DNA cells divide, we lose a little bit of telomere length, and eventually, the loss is what prevents proper cell division and limits human life,” Shealy said. 

DNA double helix photo by This image was released by the National Human Genome Research Institute, an agency part of the National Institutes of Health

DNA double helix photo by This image was released by the National Human Genome Research Institute, an agency part of the National Institutes of Health

Science has established that people who have longer telomeres, the tips of strands of human DNA, live longer lives and are less susceptible to some diseases. It is the natural lifelong reduction in the length and integrity of the DNA tips that has been a challenge for researchers, until now.

“If we were able to prevent the natural loss of telomere length of 1 percent per-year and instead re-grow telomeres at 3-4 percent per-year, healthy humans could live twice as long as they do today,” Shealy said.

Renowned pain expert, holistic healer, and longevity researcher Shealy had 30 participants in his study who for 30-60 minutes a day reclined on a therapeutic mattress, designed by himself, which used a Tesla coil to create an electromagnetic field over the mattress, resonating at the human DNA frequency of 54-78 GHz.

“We found that instead of losing 1 percent of telomere length per year, 70 percent of the study’s participants increased their telomere lengths an average of 3-4 percent per-year, over the 5-year-study,” Shealy said. “Sustained regrowth of telomeres at these rates has the potential to double the lifespan of healthy people.”

Shealy presented the study’s findings at the Southern Medical Association and the Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine last Fall and is continuing his work in the field of developing therapies to increase telomere length. 

In August, he will present results of the Bliss Oils study that explores the possibility that certain essential oil blends may produce the same telomere growth rate that the resonating electromagnetic mattress produced in the study. Shealy formulated the oil blends, called Bliss Oils, which work by being applied to certain regions of the body connected by five energetic acupuncture circuits, which Shealy refers to as ‘The Five Rings’ that help balance our elemental energies.

“If the Bliss Oils produce telomere growth, we will be able to offer people an inexpensive, life-extending therapy that they can do themselves in three minutes a day,” Shealy said.

Shealy’s new book Living Bliss: Major Discoveries Along The Holistic Path, released in June, offers more information on the five sacred rings of specific meridian-point stimulation and the five essential Bliss Oils he developed to activate these circuits.

GET A COPY OF: Living Bliss: Major Discoveries Along The Holistic Path

By MD, PhD C. Norman Shealy
Publisher: Hay House (June 5, 2014)
ISBN: 1401942644
Paperback ($15.95) www.normshealy.com/shop/living-bliss 
Kindle ($9.99) www.amazon.com/Living-Bliss-Major-Discoveries-Holistic/dp/1401942644 


ABOUT C. NORMAN SHEALY, MD, PhD (www.normshealy.com)  
C. Norman Shealy, MD, PhD is a neurosurgeon and humanistic psychologist with more than 50 years of professional experience in pain management and holistic medicine. A sought-after seminar speaker worldwide, frequent guest on radio and television programs across the U.S., and host of his own weekly radio show, Dr. Shealy recently released his 30th book, Living Bliss: Major Discoveries along the Holistic Path, in June.

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