As we age, our cells mutate, damage, become sick, and die. When a cell dies, it creates a cascade of events leading to inflammation and disease that can shorten a person’s lifespan.

With our current knowledge of stem cells, we will be able to use therapies and interventions that significantly slow down aging.

Many environmental factors accelerate aging, such as stress, pollution, lifestyle, injury, illness, and exposure to toxins. A recently published study looked at the evidence that slowing and reversing cell aging is possible. Epigenetic (non-genetic influences on gene expression) changes lead to aging, and their elimination increases life expectancy. Epigenetic control of gene expression occurs through chemical modification of DNA. By choosing an active lifestyle and reducing harmful environmental factors, aging can be slightly slowed down.

How can stem cells treat aging?
Stem cells act as the body’s repair system, rejuvenating and replacing aging cells to maintain health. Umbilical cord derived mesenchymal stem cells are the youngest and brightest adult mesenchymal cells.

The donated umbilical cord is carefully screened for infectious agents and medical history. According to the American Laboratory of Stem Cells, umbilical cord stem cells in activity, migration and differentiation are significantly superior to other mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) obtained from bone marrow, fat and other sources. They also have numerous anti-inflammatory effects, migrating to sites of injury and disease.

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