Stem cells can become cells of virtually any tissue and organ of the body, opening the possibilities to a wide range of benefits touching various aspects of human health.
Advances in stem cell research over the past 15 years have revealed that stem cells constitute the natural repair system of the body.
An in-depth analysis of the scientific literature pertaining to the natural role of stem cells in the body leads to four main conclusions:
- More stem cells in circulation means that more stem cells are available to contribute to tissue repair.
- Increasing the number of circulating stem cells by releasing one’s own stem cells increases the body’s ability to repair.
- The development of degenerative health problems has been linked to a lower number of circulating stem cells.
- Daily stem cell support helps regain and maintain optimal health.