Stem Cells

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Stem cells are primal undifferentiated cells which retain the ability to differentiate into other cell types. This ability allows them to act as a repair system for the body, replenishing other cells as long as the organism is alive.

Stem cells have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types in the body. Serving as a sort of repair system for the body, they can theoretically divide without limit to replenish other cells as long as the person or animal is still alive. When a stem cell divides, each new cell has the potential to either remain a stem cell or become another type of cell with a more specialized function, such as a muscle cell, a red blood cell, or a brain cell.

   

Stem Cells Creating Other Cells
In the above picture you can see how many cells are created from
bone marrow of mammals originating from a stem cell.

Your body is an amazing biological masterpiece. Multi-cellular organisms develop from a single cell into a complex being replete with a variety of cell types - skin, muscle, nerve, bone, immune and many other cell types. This is a function of the human body, this information exchange occurs through a biological process called cellular communication. Your body knows how to make all of these cells through DNA, RNA and the communication structures on your cell surfaces called glycoproteins.

Medical researchers believe stem cell research, also called regenerative medicine, has the potential to change the face of human disease by being used to repair specific tissues or to grow organs. Still, as government reports point out, "significant technical hurdles remain that will only be overcome through years of intensive research.

   

On February 19, 2003, a remarkable article in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) on research from Johns Hopkins Medical School reported for the first time that donor stem cells crossed the blood brain barrier and became neurons in the recipient’s brain.

Adult stem cells are produced in the bone marrow and travel throughout the body repairing damaged tissues.

In the June 2004 issue of Scientific American quote “Stem cells raise the prospect of regenerating failing body parts and curing diseases”

Provide your body what it requires to produce
its own stem cells naturally

  • Your body produces its own stem cells naturally but not in sufficient amounts due to nutritional deficiencies.
  • Properly functioning cells enable your body to increase its production of healthy cells therefore a healthy immune system.
  • By having more nutritional resources so your body can produce more cells it will produce more stems cells.
  • By having an increased stem cell production you will produce more critical immune cells and other vital cells.
  • With this your body will restore cellular health
  • Now your body can do what is programmed to do, defend, repair, regenerate and communicate.

Gary Hart, a research Ph.D., from John Hopkins University recently said “that without glycosylation (sugars attached to proteins at the cell level) there cannot be life.” He’s not saying without glycosylation you may get a sinus infection, or without glycosylation you won’t get gray hair’… he’s saying without these plant sugars in place there is only degeneration and No Life!

Stem cells are able to generate themselves into other, specialized cells, in particular the types of cells which naturally fight disorders or replace damaged or diseased cells.

Nothing could be more important then supplying your body with the nutrients it requires to support a function in your body that produces stems cells!

Please note that none of this information is intended to be construed to be a medical claim for any product. No nutritional product does anything for any condition--they simply support that body's own inherent design to heal itself. So when we see a "miracle", it is not directly due to any product--it is due to the reactivation of the body's programming to heal itself once it has all the essential nutrients it needs to operate at full healing capacity.

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