Journey to Wellness: Turning Back the Clock Part 6- Stem Cell Reactivation & Enhancement!

We are all born with many stem cells that decrease over time. When we are embryos, the stem cells are general and differentiate into many types of stem cells that go on to serve their purpose. They play a major role in the body’s healing process. This is why stem cell research has led to advances in medical treatment of about 80 plus diseases; but what if our diet can help us to reactivate or enhance our stem cells to cure our bodies of certain diseases? Do we have to wait until we get seriously ill or are there things that we can naturally do to even prevent disease. Watch these short videos to see what I mean.

Video credit: You Tube The Doctor’s Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D., “Can Food Reactivate Your Stem Cells? | Dr. William Li

In addition to the foods mentioned above in the interview with Dr. William Li and Dr. Mark Hyman, it’s very interesting that we can enhance our stem cells that remain with us as adults by periodically doing a 72 hour fast. This 72 hour fast turns off PKA, a gene that needs to shut down in order for stem cell enhancement. Fasting prolongs our longevity for one reason due to stem cell enhancement.

Dr. Eric Berg, DC “Using Fasting to Enhance Stem Cells โ€“ Dr. Berg On Intermittent Fasting & Cell Regeneration”

In addition to the above tips in the videos, let’s talk about repair specifically of the nerve:

  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids: nuts, oils (olive oil, flaxseed oil, omega-3 oil, cod liver oil and blackseed oil), fatty fishes, chia seeds, flax seeds or in a supplement 1,000 mg per day- good for numbness, tingling. This nutrient helps in the regrowth of damaged nerve tissue following damage. It also prevents lack of oxygenation to the nerve tissue and keeps the nerve strong. Omega-3 also improves brain health.
  • Vitamin B6- especially good for neuropathy (nerve pain), if you have diabetes and have this symptom it may be worth trying this supplement 50-100 mg and may need to take it several times a day or increase foods high in this vitamin such as: potatoes, fish, beef liver, some non-citrus fruits, fortified cereals and poultry
  • Vitamin B12: This vitamin plays a huge role as well in nerve regeneration and repair. It helps to protect the myelin sheath of the nerve which is the nerve’s protective covering. You can get this from foods such as meat, fish, poultry, eggs. Most forms come as 1,000 mcg such as tablets, and can also be bought in the liquid form.

I hope this has been helpful and please, if you know someone that suffers from some type of degenerative disease, they feel really run down, a lot of aches and pains, or they want to do something to turn back the clock and feel more healthy, please pass this info and link on to them.

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