The US-based company has announced an exclusive marketing and sales distribution agreement for its healthy ageing ingredient Telo95
Telos95, a dietary supplement ingredient that helps maintain and protect telomeres linked to the ageing process, is now available in Taiwan and China.
Telos95 manufacturer Certified Nutraceuticals has announced an exclusive marketing and sales distribution agreement for Telo95 with Taipei-based Falama Biotech Corp. Telos95 supports healthy ageing and longevity and is a unique blend of an extraordinarily high concentration of therapeutic polyphenols from proprietary grapevine and organic olive leaves.
The ingredient contains strong antioxidants that protect against free radicals that can damage cells and telomeres.
Falama Biotech is the right partner to help make this happen
Nobel prize-winning research links ageing to the length of telomeres, protective endcaps of DNA on chromosomes. Over time, telomeres shorten and become less functional, which can interfere with healthy cell division and hasten cellular ageing and eventual senescence (death). Telos95 not only halts telomere shortening, but it can actually lengthen telomeres to delay the ageing of healthy cells.
Peer-reviewed clinical research shows Telos95 reduced cellular age - as measured by average telomere length - an average of 7.42 years in just six months.
"We are excited to introduce Telos95 to dietary supplement formulators and manufacturers in China and Taiwan," said Abdul Alkayali, Certified Nutraceuticals Senior VP of Sales and Marketing. "Falama Biotech is the right partner to help make this happen. Its extensive relationships and scientific and formulation expertise will help customers create new healthy aging and longevity products with Telos95 that are unlike any other."