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Stem Cell Enhancers – The Next Wave of Nutritional Supplements?

Published on 2/1/2015
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Stem Cell Enhancers – The Next Wave of Nutritional Supplements?

Driven by rising consumer demand and a growing body of supporting research, the nutrition industry has evolved to considerably more advanced levels in recent years. If you don’t believe me, just walk down the aisles of your nearest health food store.

Once limited to a few basic vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin C and calcium, their shelves now boast literally hundreds of different nutritional supplements – all the way from your age-old basics to a whole plethora of exotic-sounding antioxidants and super juices.

But no matter how different all these products may seem at first glance, they all have one common purpose: to provide extra nourishment or protection to existing, already-functioning cells within the body’s tissues.

Enter “stem cell enhancers” – a powerful new category of nutritional supplements. If initial results are anything to go by, this category is not only here to stay, it could literally turn the entire nutrition industry on its ear!

Rather than simply nourishing or protecting existing tissue cells, stem cell enhancers do something completely different: they support the release of “non-tissue” adult stem cells into the bloodstream.

The significance of this is huge, because adult stem cells are at the very core of the body’s natural renewal process! Because they can take on the characteristics of many different types of tissue cells in times of need, recent scientific data shows that larger numbers of circulating adult stem cells equate to greater health and wellness.

The way adult stem cells function is that they are continually released by the bone marrow into the bloodstream, where they circulate until being chemically signaled by tissues in need. Following the chemical signal, they flow to the tissue in need and migrate into it. It is here that the “magic” happens … the stem cells take on the same characteristics as the existing cells and initiate the growth process, thereby naturally “renewing” the tissue!

The first clinically proven stem cell enhancer on the market is a patented concentrate of Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (AFA), an aqua-botanical, and its results are impressive to say the least. Not surprising, because a recently published study showed an increase in circulating stem cells of 25% with just 2 capsules of the AFA concentrate daily.

Whether you’re an entrepreneur wanting to capitalize on the massive stem cell tidal wave, or a health-conscious consumer wanting to get to a whole new level of health, you owe it to yourself to check out this patented AFA concentrate.

Disclaimer: This article is for educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and any products mentioned, while supported by science, are not intended to diagnose, mitigate or treat any disease or illness.

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