Organ Systems

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Kidneys

The kidneys are a great achievement of biological engineering. Their role is essentially to filter toxins out of the blood while retaining essential minerals. Most kidney problems develop over time as a consequence of other problems such as diabetes and high blood pressure. While there is no treatment to foster regeneration of the kidneys, stem cells have been documented as having the ability to migrate into the kidneys where they can transform into kidney cells and help improve kidney function.

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Joints

Joints are complex structures that require healthy cartilage, tendons and ligaments to function optimally. Damage to any one of these tissues can limit performance or simply reduce quality of life. Stem cells have the ability to transform into chondrocytes, the type of cells making cartilage and to migrate into tendons and ligaments where they can support the natural process of tissue repair.

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Endocrine System

Endocrine glands play a vital role in human health by producing compounds that regulate cellular function. For example, insulin helps sugar to penetrate cells, thyroid hormones stimulate metabolism, and several hormones produced by the adrenal glands are responsible for regulating fat metabolism, stress, and overall hydration to name a few.

Stem cells have the ability to migrate in these endocrine tissues and support their function. For example, stem cells have the ability to migrate in the pancreas and support pancreatic function, helping to maintain healthy blood glucose levels.

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Cardiovascular System

The traditional belief is that the heart cannot regenerate. However, stem cell research has found that stem cells do have the ability to migrate into the heart and contribute to tissue repair in the heart, thereby supporting regeneration.

A lower number of circulating stem cells has been associated with declining cardiovascular health, and increasing the number of circulating stem cells has been documented to support cardiovascular health.

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Erectile Functions

Erectile function is, to a large extent, linked to vascular health, which in turn is linked to the number of circulating stem cells. Stem cells play a critical role in the maintenance of fine blood vessels. A study reported that men complaining of poor erectile function have on average less than half the number of stem cells found in healthy men. Increasing the number of circulating stem cells can support healthy erectile function.

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Respiratory System

The main cause of lung problems is cigarette smoking, and aside from stopping to smoke, the main approach to alleviate lung problems is to use compounds that will dilate the airways and reduce inflammation in the lungs. However, recent studies have shown that stem cells from the bone marrow have the natural ability to migrate into the lungs and become lung cells. increasing the number of circulating stem cells can help support lung health.

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Brain & Nervous System

The traditional belief is that the brain cannot regenerate. However, stem cell research has demonstrated that stem cells have the ability to migrate into the brain and the spinal cord where they can contribute to tissue repair. Increasing the number of circulating stem cells has been documented to support the health of the brain and to even help improve brain function.

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Muscles & Performance

Muscle injuries of one kind or another affect virtually every human being, at least once in a lifetime. For athletes and manual workers, it is almost a part of daily life, with injuries that can at times linger for months, if not years.

Stem cells from the bone marrow can naturally migrate into muscles and enhance the repair of muscle tissue. Supporting the release of stem cells from the bone marrow and help support muscle repair.

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Erectile Functions

Erectile function is, to a large extent, linked to vascular health, which in turn is linked to the number of circulating stem cells. Stem cells play a critical role in the maintenance of fine blood vessels. A study reported that men complaining of poor erectile function have on average less than half the number of stem cells found in healthy men. Increasing the number of circulating stem cells can support healthy erectile function.

READ MORE

Respiratory System

 The main cause of lung problems is cigarette smoking, and aside from stopping to smoke, the main approach to alleviate lung problems is to use compounds that will dilate the airways and reduce inflammation in the lungs. However, recent studies have shown that stem cells from the bone marrow have the natural ability to migrate into the lungs and become lung cells. increasing the number of circulating stem cells can help support lung health.

READ MORE

Brain & Nervous System

 The traditional belief is that the brain cannot regenerate. However, stem cell research has demonstrated that stem cells have the ability to migrate into the brain and the spinal cord where they can contribute to tissue repair. Increasing the number of circulating stem cells has been documented to support the health of the brain and to even help improve brain function.

READ MORE

Muscles & Performance

 Muscle injuries of one kind or another affect virtually every human being, at least once in a lifetime. For athletes and manual workers, it is almost a part of daily life, with injuries that can at times linger for months, if not years.

Stem cells from the bone marrow can naturally migrate into muscles and enhance the repair of muscle tissue. Supporting the release of stem cells from the bone marrow and help support muscle repair.

READ MORE

Kidneys

 The kidneys are a great achievement of biological engineering. Their role is essentially to filter toxins out of the blood while retaining essential minerals. Most kidney problems develop over time as a consequence of other problems such as diabetes and high blood pressure. While there is no treatment to foster regeneration of the kidneys, stem cells have been documented as having the ability to migrate into the kidneys where they can transform into kidney cells and help improve kidney function.

READ MORE

Joints

 Joints are complex structures that require healthy cartilage, tendons and ligaments to function optimally. Damage to any one of these tissues can limit performance or simply reduce quality of life. Stem cells have the ability to transform into chondrocytes, the type of cells making cartilage and to migrate into tendons and ligaments where they can support the natural process of tissue repair.

READ MORE

Endocrine System

 Endocrine glands play a vital role in human health by producing compounds that regulate cellular function. For example, insulin helps sugar to penetrate cells, thyroid hormones stimulate metabolism, and several hormones produced by the adrenal glands are responsible for regulating fat metabolism, stress, and overall hydration to name a few.

Stem cells have the ability to migrate in these endocrine tissues and support their function. For example, stem cells have the ability to migrate in the pancreas and support pancreatic function, helping to maintain healthy blood glucose levels.

READ MORE

Cardiovascular System

 The traditional belief is that the heart cannot regenerate. However, stem cell research has found that stem cells do have the ability to migrate into the heart and contribute to tissue repair in the heart, thereby supporting regeneration.

A lower number of circulating stem cells has been associated with declining cardiovascular health, and increasing the number of circulating stem cells has been documented to support cardiovascular health.

READ MORE

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