What Are Stem Cells?
Stem cells are cells which are capable of duplicating itself as well as differentiating and replacing dead and damaged cells. Embryonic stem cells are responsible for forming human organ stem cells and the placenta in the womb during development while adult stem cells are tasked with replacing worn out organ cells from birth onwards.
The Role Of Stem Cells In Health.
The reduction in the normal functioning of adult stem cells due to eating habits and lifestyle factors can adversely affect organ functions, leading to an increased risk of chronic ailments. It has been established that one way of combating chronological aging and restoring normal organ function is to rejuvenate adult stem cells through administration of stem cell extracts from external sources.