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Stem Cells and the Steps of Life

From the day you were born. Stem cells, small architects of life, have repaired and kept your body healthy and strong. Every day, cells in our bodies die off at a different rate depending on the organ or tissue. On average each of us may have a new intestinal lining every 5 days, a new liver every three years, a new pancreas every four years, a new lung every 4 or 5 years, even a new heart every 15 to 20 years.
As we age, the cells that die off every day of our lives are replaced by adult stem cells that come from our own bone marrow and so it is that as we reach our 20s, 30s, 40s, or more we can still maintain healthy organs and tissues, allowing us to enjoy radiant health in spite of the constant cellular loss which is part of the normal active life. During our younger years the process of cellular renewal is still swift and powerful however as we age our body’s ability to repair and renew tissues declines. This is why you need to actively assist your body in supporting its own cellular renewal system as early as possible, A great strategy to help your body to maintain its optimal health well into your golden years.