Reversal of Old Age to Teenage Youthfulness

Scientists Turn Back the Clock on Adult Stem Cells Aging
Over the lifespan of an individual, stem cells have the ability to regenerate the tissues. The regenerative power of tissues and organs declines as we age. Adult stem cells are important. Adult stem cells keep human tissues healthy by replacing old and damaged cells accumulated over time.

The number of stem cells reduces due to environmental factors, among others, mental depression and malnutrition. Decreasing number of stem cells also results in a number of age-related diseases. With Mesenchymal stem cells therapy, the new and young cells will repair and regenerate your body, thereby creating better health benefits.
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are multipotent cells which have the unique ability of self-renewal. MSCs also divide and proliferate throughout the lifetime of an individual.

Wharton Jelly of the umbilical cord has been found to be rich in MSCs and it tends to be the most primitive stromal population in the human body.
These attributes could potentially be harnessed to increase our body’s defense mechanism. They are also beneficial in terms of enhancement of immune system, prevention of diseases, better organ health and even anti-aging process.

These attributes also help divide and differentiate into a variety of mesenchymal tissues. The mesenchymal tissues include adipose tissues, tendons and ligaments, skeletal muscle tissues, bone and cartilage tissues and etc. Current stem cell research is generating strong evidences about how healthy stem cells, when under the right conditions or signals, could give rise to differentiated cells. It helps repair a host of ailments that occur because of tissue damage as people age.

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