First off do you know what stem cells are?  They are the original neutral cells, the body produces.  In biology they are referred to as: undifferentiated biological cells.  A stem cell will develop into any given type of cell depending on where it is in the body and what the environment of that area is.

Now, you can create a stem cell in your baby toe, and if the body requires it in your heart…the body can transport that stem cell to the heart and it will grow into a heart cell. Up until the last few years, medical science thought that we had to take stem cells from the umbilical cord blood just after birth…but then we found out that we can provoke the body to make new stem cells.

Leading stem cell researchers, who have collectively published over 100 articles in peer reviewed journals (New England Journal of Medicine; Neurology; Cardiology; Science); have done research with over 800 patients; have collaborated with universities such as:  Indiana University, University of Southern California, University of Utah; have formulated a nutraceutical product that provokes the body to increase the amount of circulating stem cells – over 100%!!

“Doctors and scientists are excited about stem cells because they could help in many different areas of health and medical research.  Studying stem cells may help explain how serious conditions such as birth defects and cancer come about. Stem cells may one day be used to make cells and tissues for therapy of many diseases. Examples include Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, spinal cord injury, heart disease, diabetes, and arthritis.”  1

It is always important to find out what the underlying cause of the disorder is…are there issues such as chronic subclinical or clinical inflammation going on; are there toxicities that are preventing healing; is the mitochondria functioning effectively; etc etc There are often a multitude of issues that contribute to a chronic or degenerative condition…but formulations such as this might be required as part of the healing protocol.

Be responsible and do your homework before you go in for surgery or simply take toxic pain killers. Here’s to your health.  Do your homework.  Be responsible.  Find a good health practitioner not a symptom manager.

For more information, contact: Dr Holly at holly@choicesunlimited.ca

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