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Liposomal Stem Cell Regeneration


**Understand, the body naturally creates stem cells, this is not stem cell replacement or placing stem cells in a solution. The food ingredients help stimulate the increase of the bodies natural ability to generate new adult stem cells. Thank you**

Adult stem cells are undifferentiated or non-specialized cells, found in adult tissues. They tend to grow into cell types from the tissue in which they are located for the purpose of repairing tissue damage and maintaining normal cell renewal. Adult stem cells located in the bone marrow (Created mainly in the small intestines), for example, might develop into any one of the several types of blood cells. If removed from their location and placed elsewhere, however, it is possible for adult stem cells to develop into different types of cells. This quality is called plasticity.


Research using adult stem cells is a growing area of interest. If adult stem cells can be used in transplantation and the differentiation process can be controlled, these cells may become the foundation of many disease therapies.



Plemorphism (More Research on our amazing bodies to heal and repair itself)

Articles of Health_ Dr. Robert O. Young’s Research on the Biological Transformation of the Red Blood Cell into a Stem or Embryonic Cell and Then Into a Body Cell has been Validated and Published in Nature.







Adult stem cell research focuses on the use of hematopoietic stem cells, which form all the types of blood cells in the body, and bone marrow stromal cells, which form bone, cartilage, fat, and fibrous connective tissues. Tissues that contain adult stem cells include the bone marrow, blood, blood vessels, skeletal muscle, skin, and liver. In addition, the adult brain contains stem cells that can be used to generate nerve cells.


Additional research uses epithelial stem cells, which are located in the lining of the digestive tract to generate absorptive cells, goblet cells, Paneth cells, and enteroendocrine cells, which are all located in the intestine. Skin stem cells, which are located in the basal layer of the skin and at the base of hair follicles, can generate keratinocytes, hair follicle cells, and skin cells.


Adult stem cells are currently the only type of stem cell used to treat human disease. Hematopoietic stem cells found in the bone marrow have been used in bone marrow transplants for more than 40 years. Other uses of these cells include leukemia, lymphoma, and several inherited blood disorders. Early research suggests that adult stem cells may be useful in the treatment of diabetes, advanced kidney cancer, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Huntington’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and spinal cord injuries, among others.


Research



A Section of brain tissue (blue and red) 3 weeks after injection of neural precursors derived from blood (green) demonstrating their pleomorphism in vivo or differentiation potential.

Credit: Image courtesy of McMaster University


Stem cell scientists can now directly convert adult human red blood cells to both central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) neurons as well as neurons in the peripheral nervous system (rest of the body) that are responsible for pain, temperature and itch perception. This means that how a person’s nervous system cells react and respond to stimuli, can be biologically transformed from human red blood cells.

Scientists at McMaster University have discovered how to make adult sensory neurons from human patients simply by having them roll up their sleeve and providing a blood sample!

Stem cell research may have numerous applications.


Replace Damaged Tissue: Stem cell research has the potential to be used in cell-based therapies, which treat patients by transplanting specialized cells. Stem cells found in the bone marrow, for example, may be transplanted into patients with leukemia to generate new blood cells. New research has shown that human bone marrow stem cells may be used to regenerate liver cells, and scientists hope that stem cells will be able to repair the spinal cord following injury.


May Scientists at Oregon Health & Science University, Oregon National Primate Research Center and Stanford University have also documented the reality of biological transformation or pleomorphism of one cell such as skin cells to embryonic stem cells capable of transforming into other cell types. The research breakthrough, led by Shoukhrat Mitalipov, Ph.D., a senior scientist at ONPRC, follows previous success in transforming monkey skin cells into embryonic stem cells in 2007. This latest research will be published in the journal Cell online May 15 and in print June 6.
Apr. 15, 2013 — Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have succeeded in transforming skin cells directly into oligodendrocyte precursor cells, the cells that wrap nerve cells in the insulating myelin sheaths that help nerve signals propagate.

The current research was done in mice and rats. If the approach also works with human cells, it could eventually lead to cell therapies for diseases like inherited leukodystrophies — disorders of the brain’s white matter — and multiple sclerosis, as well as spinal cord injuries. The study will be published online April 14 in Nature Biotechnology. (click here)


Aging: The process of aging results from cells lacking the ability to repair themselves. Stem cells could potentially be used in what is being called restorative medicine, which aims to produce therapies that can extend an individual’s lifespan.


Cancer: Although research has shown that cancer stem cells are rare, the presence of just once cancer stem cell is sufficient to initiate and maintain a malignant tumor. It is important that researchers learn how a stem cell can give rise to a malignant tumor; this may help find a cure for cancer.


Disease and Injury: Stems cells can be used to replace cells that have been damaged or lost during the course of an injury or disease. Therefore, stem cells are being investigated as a treatment for various diseases, including diabetes, advanced kidney cancer, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Huntington’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and spinal cord injuries.


Stem C Mix:


A Proportional blend of All Organic (Aloe Leaf Gel Concentrate Extract, Amla – Indian Gooseberry, (50% Natural Vitamin C Extract (Heavy Metal removal), Catechin Extract, Camellia sinensis (Green Tea extract, 96% caffeine extracted out), Curcumin 95% Turmeric, DIM, Astragalus (10% Astragaloside IV), Potassium Gluconate, Potassium Iodide/Iodine {trace}, Arginine Pygoglutamate, Glutamine (Both – Stimulate Natural Growth Hormones), and Zinc Gluconate. All natural food supplement.


DIM - DIM is a phytonutrient (plant nutrient) found in cruciferous vegetables. These include cabbage, broccoli, bok choy, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, kale, kohlrabi, mustard, rutabaga, and turnip. DIM is a powerful modulator of the immune response system, according to the DIM Resource Center, affiliated with the University of California at Berkeley. DIM shows potential as a therapy for viral infections, including the humanpapilloma virus, known as HPV; the human immunodeficiency virus, known as HIV; hepatitis and influenza. It also may be helpful against bacterial infections, antibiotic-resistant bacteria and skin disorders such as acne.

Animal and laboratory research has found that DIM kills cancer cells and stops the cells from spreading, according to the MSKCC. DIM shows effectiveness against pancreatic and colon cancer, and it enhances the effects of erlotinib, a chemotherapy drug used to treat certain forms of lung cancer. DIM also may be effective against breast and prostate cancer, as noted by the MSKCC.


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