GeneOmega exerts its effect by stimulating a protein called SIRT-6 making it 35 times more active in repressing unfavorable genes. The protein SIRT-6 helps repackage DNA and aids in reducing the expression of genes that cause inflammation, cardiovascular disease, cancer and other age-related diseases.
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SIRT-6 was implicated by an Israeli group of scientists who found that its over-expression caused mice to live longer. A Harvard study subsequently showed that animals without SIRT-6 had profound defects in metabolism, genomic instability, and spontaneously formed cancer. (Activation of the Protein Deacetylase SIRT6 by Long-chain Fatty Acids and Widespread Deacylation by Mammalian Sirtuins Jessica L. Feldman‡,§, Josue Baeza‡,§ and John M. Denu‡,§1)