With Many Advances in Stem Cell Study
Over the past few years, many studies have demonstrated that an important parameter in the stem cell system of renewal is with the number of circulating stem cells.
The higher the number of circulating stem cells, the higher the number of stem cells available to migrate in those various organs and tissues. As they migrate into tissues, stem cells become cells of that tissue, then regenerating the tissue.
For example, the risk of cardiovascular disease was linked to the number of circulating stem cells; less stem cells circulating in the blood was linked to a higher risk of cardiovascular disease.
It is now known that stem cells are attracted to the heart when the heart is lacking oxygen.
As they migrate in the heart, stem cells can differentiate and form new capillaries that bring oxygen and nutrients, reducing the risk of heart attack for example.
Similar observations were made with other diseases such as muscular dystrophy where the rate of progression of the disease has been linked to the number of stem cells circulating in the blood, to the point that the number of circulating stem cells has been shown to be one of the most important predictors of disease progression.
Likewise, the progression of pulmonary arterial hypertension, arthritis, atherosclerosis, lupus erythematosus, kidney failure, and even migraine have all been linked to a reduction in the number of circulating stem cells.
Therefore, recent studies in the field of stem cells research suggest that the next important parameter in health will not be your cholesterol level, or the level of oxidative stress and inflammation in the body, but the number of circulating stem cells.
More stem cells in your blood, the greater your health.
So anything that can increase the number of circulating stem cells would contribute to improving your health.
One thing is StemEnhance Ultra, for eg: after about 45 minutes of taking 2x capsules, you will have a significant increase of your own Adult Stem Cells in circulation, which will circulate around the body, migrating to cells in need.
Did you know they can become any cell in need in the body?
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