Adult Stem Cells
Many people do not realize that adult stem cells play a key role in the natural renewal of your body and are essential for the maintenance and repair of organs and tissue throughout your lifetime.
Your own adult stem cells have the power to maintain and repair tissue cells as needed – a vital, life-sustaining process that helps to maintain your health and well-being.
Each stem cell that releases from the bone marrow divides, before it does so it leaves a “copy” of itself remaining in the bone marrow.
This process maintains stem cells in the bone marrow for the life of an individual.
If stem cells are circulating in the blood and are not all necessary at that point in time for repair or renewal, they simply return back to the bone marrow for later use.
This is a totally invisible process, which was unknown to us until the Nobel prize-winning invention of green fluorescent protein, derived from a jelly fish, being utilized to tag stem cells in the body in order to observe them becoming tissue and organ cells, fascinating!
Research shows: Adult Stem Cell Performance Supported by Lifestyle Choices and Specific Nutrients
Adult stem cells are now recognized as the prime component of the body’s natural tissue repair system.
In the last 10 years science has begun the study of lifestyle choices and nutrients that support stem cell physiology.
A thorough understanding of how this repair system works is being revealed by sciences to effectively support and augment the human body’s natural ability to repair and renew itself.
The research presented is foundational to natural health and wellness, and should be shared widely.
As we age, the number and quality of adult stem cells begin to diminish, making us more susceptible to age-related health challenges.
Likewise, athletes and others who enjoy an active lifestyle rely on adult stem cells to help to recover from the toll the body pays for the demands put on it.
WE SUPPORT OR UPGRADE OUR NATURAL TISSUE REPAIR SYSTEM TO OPTIMIZE WELLNESS?
Science has validated that we can support our cardiovascular system, immune system, skeletal system, and other known systems of the body with specific herbs, vitamins, minerals, as well as specific exercise and lifestyle choices.
So now that a new system of the body has been discovered, it begs the question, can researchers find the same for our natural tissue repair system?
Bone marrow-derived stem cells have the ability to migrate to sites of tissue damage and participate in tissue regeneration.
The number of circulating stem cells has been shown to be a key parameter in this process.