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Telomere HealthGreen icon of healthy telomeres

Telomeres are specialized DNA-protein complexes located at the chromosomal termini, which are indispensable for maintaining genomic stability by averting chromosomal degradation (Blackburn et al., 2005, Nature Reviews Genetics). Their length is inversely correlated with biological aging, implicating them in cellular processes such as senescence and apoptosis (Shammas, 2011, Journal of Gerontology). Telomeres function as protective end-caps that inhibit chromosomal end-to-end fusion and serve as loci for DNA damage recognition (d'Adda di Fagagna et al., 2003, Nature).

Regulatory Landscape and Dietary Influences The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is actively engaged in regulatory dialogues concerning telomere-lengthening therapies (FDA, 2018, Regulatory Science). Concurrently, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is contributing to research on dietary factors that may influence telomere attrition rates (Paul, 2011, Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry). Global Health Implications Shortened telomere lengths have been empirically associated with reduced lifespan and adverse health outcomes, as reported by the World Health Organization (WHO, 2015, Aging and Health Report).

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