What Are Stem Cells?
To understand what a stem cell is, it is important to first understand what a stem cell is not. All the cells of the body, called somatic cells, are specialised cells that do one specific thing; they will never do anything else, and they do not proliferate. For example, a skin cell will never be anything other than a skin cell and it will never divide. It will do what a skin cell does until the day it dies. Learn more…
How To Stimulate Your Stem Cell Production
Most people I speak to have a similar opinion to the one I had when I first heard about stem cells…. They thought it was something that you needed to have injected, transplanted or put into you in someway because you had a particular disease, or illness… and that stem cells came from the newly formed embryo’s… But that is simply not the case! Learn more…
Does Everyone Have Stem Cells
We now understand that stem cells constantly release from the bone marrow, circulate in the blood stream and migrate into any tissue in need, where they then increase in number and actually become cells of that particular tissue,” explains Dr. Somersall. And now there is a way to increase the volume and speed at which our own bodies release our very own stem cells to do their tailor-made work for our own health and wellness. Learn more…
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Stem Cell Support – Your Future Is Now
Stem Cells occur naturally in the body and serve to replenish cells that are lost through normal wear and tear or injury. As we age, our bodys ability to self-repair and maintain optimum health decreases due to a reduction in the number of circulating stem cells associated with the normal aging process.
Increasing the number of circulating stem cells can support the body’s process of self-repair and self-renewal.