ZD1212, a leading non-pharmacological senolytic, offers exceptional efficacy in clearing or eliminating these ‘zombie cells’ from the body. By doing so, it not only enhances overall well-being but also promotes a more youthful appearance.
For optimal results, ZD1212 should be taken daily, harnessing its potent rejuvenating effects.
Cells in our body have a limited lifespan, and as they age or become damaged, they can enter a state called cellular senescence aka Zombie Cells. Senescence is essentially a state of permanent growth arrest where the cell can no longer divide and replicate. This process is considered a protective mechanism to prevent damaged or dysfunctional cells from proliferating and potentially developing into cancerous cells.
Several triggers can induce cellular senescence, including DNA damage, telomere shortening (which are protective caps at the ends of chromosomes), oxidative stress, and activation of certain signaling pathways. When these triggers are activated, a series of molecular events occur within the cell, leading to the establishment of a senescent phenotype.
Zombie cells undergo specific changes that distinguish them from healthy, actively dividing cells. These changes include alterations in gene expression, metabolic activity, and the secretion of various molecules and factors. One notable characteristic of Zombie cells is the secretion of pro-inflammatory molecules, known as the senescence-associated secretory phenotype (SASP). The SASP can have both beneficial and detrimental effects on surrounding tissues, depending on the context.
While senescence initially serves as a protective mechanism, an accumulation of Zombie cells in tissues over time can contribute to aging and age-related diseases. Zombie cells can persist in tissues and, through the SASP, promote chronic inflammation, disrupt tissue function, impair regenerative processes, and contribute to various age-related conditions, such as osteoarthritis, cardiovascular disease, and neurodegenerative disorders.
Researchers are actively studying senescent cells to better understand their role in aging and develop potential interventions. One promising approach is senolytics, which are drugs or therapies designed to selectively eliminate senescent cells from tissues. By targeting and removing Zombie cells, scientists hope to alleviate age-related diseases and improve overall health and longevity.
Dr. Thom Lobe, as a pioneer in regenerative medicine, has drawn most of his notoriety from his 20 years at St. Jude’s Research Hospital where he served as the Head of Pediatric Surgery and is still actively leading the way as a surgeon and professor of clinical surgery at University of Illinois at Chicago.
It’s this understanding that brought Dr. Lobe to create ZD1212 “formerly Zombie Dust 1212” and address what is hurting virtually everybody.
ABOUT DR. THOM LOBE
He graduated Cum Laude from University of Maryland School of Medicine and received many additional honors for his distinguished studies.
Dr. Lobe completed his General Surgery training at The Ohio State University Hospitals and his Pediatric Surgery Training at The Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio (now called Nationwide Children’s Hospital).
He worked as an attending surgeon at the Shriner’s Burns Hospital where he acquired a great understanding of advanced nutrition, metabolism, hormone therapy, skin care and regenerative wound healing.
One of his most recognized advances was his development of minimally invasive surgery for children in conjunction with the development of one of the leading programs in the country dedicated to perfecting the new method of surgery.
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Below is a summary of just a few of the more well-known natural occurring contributors to ZD1212:
Piper longum exhibits remarkable effects against various diseases, including cancer, inflammation, depression, diabetes, obesity, and hepatotoxicity. It also improves microbial infections, cardiac health, and provides protection against radiation.
Quercetin possesses antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Buxus Sinica, or Fisetin, a flavonol found in plants, fruits, and vegetables, shows potential in treating rheumatism, dysentery, gastrological issues, hernia, abdominal distention, toothache, traumatic injuries, and skin ulcers.
Niacin, or vitamin B3, serves as a mitochondrial aide to energy production. Niacinamide can easily cross the blood-brain barrier and has nonaddictive properties, distinct from niacin, providing benefits without the flushing effect.