Human cells cease division when the telomeres shorten to a critical length. The number of possible cell divisions is usually between 40 and 60 in humans (This is called the Hayflick limit).
There is evidence to suggest that telomere shortening rate is tied to nutritional status in human studies, which may suggest that nutrition has a positive impact on telomere length.
The Hayflick limit, or Hayflick phenomenon, is the number of times a normal human cell population will divide before cell division stops.
So I am wondering...
Is there any way to increase telomere length or the Hayflick limit in humans?