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Boost Your Stem Cells Naturally

Stem cells are the fundamental building blocks of the human body. Cells can differentiate and reproduce any tissue such as heart tissue, muscle, cartilage, bone, or liver. Newborn children have a lot of circulating stem cells that are needed for development and can quickly help them recover from infectious diseases and injuries. As we age, the quantities of circulating stem cells in the body begin to reduce each year, making healing and recovery much more difficult over time. Over the past 50 years, Cord Tissue derived mesenchymal stem cells became increasingly popular in treating a variety of diseases that were not responding to traditional treatments that use pharmaceutical medications. Currently, stem cells are being used to successfully treat several conditions, including liver cirrhosis, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, scarring of the myocardium tissue after a heart attack, MND, ALS and COPD. Lab purified MSCs+ stem cells and growth factors (unique adhesion molecules) to help promote paracrine signaling needed to guide cells to damaged organs in the body, accumulate on them, and begin the regenerative process to restore proper function. What if you practice preventative care and wanted to learn how to increase stem cells in the body naturally?

Good clean diet full of stem cell nutrients

Food is medicine, and our diets play a significant factor in our body’s natural regeneration cycles. Incorporating stem cell-friendly foods into your diet is a tremendous first stem to boosting promoting natural cell growth. Intermittent fasting is a stem cell activator and has been found to trigger rapid cellular regeneration. Berries such as blackberries, goji berries, pomegranate, blueberries, and raspberries all help improve superoxide dismutase (SOD), which is a powerful antioxidant. This enzyme is full of inflammation-reducing flavonoids and is excellent for reducing oxidative related stress, which is a vital factor in support of optimal liver health and helps prevent joint pain. Learn more about the arthritis diet.

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