How to Keep Your Stem Cells Younger

Mar 3, 2019

If scientists ever discover the elusive fountain of youth, that fountain will have to rejuvenate one particular group of cells that will make us all ageless.

These cells are the body’s workhorses with the potential to maintain your organs in the pristine condition of a teenager. They may also keep your muscles as toned as those of a young athlete and fine-tune your brain cells so they’re as rapid-fire smart as those of a chess prodigy. Keep reading and I’ll disclose the identity of these wonders.

The cells I’m talking about are stem cells.

Research shows that the changing nature of stem cells, as you grow older, is a key factor in the destructive forces that old age lets loose.

They’ve Got Rhythm

In the past, researchers thought the actions of aging stem cells begin to deteriorate because their daily circadian rhythms become disrupted more every year as we grow older. Young stem cells follow daily routines that prevent damage to the body. Early studies of these cells seemed to indicate that their daily routines devolved into a stem cell permanent vacation in older people.

But scientists in Spain have now shown that even aged stem cells still follow a daily pattern. Irregular patterns are not the reason their protection of the body proves inadequate.

The real reason your stem cells falter, say the Spanish researchers, is because the cells get reprogrammed in their tasks, not because they fail to stick to a 24-hour clock.

According to researcher Salvador Aznar Benitah, “The problem is that as they age, stem cells lose the rhythmic functions necessary for tissue protection and maintenance, which become replaced by functions aimed at coping with stress. Loss of the previous circadian functions of stem cells during natural aging contributes in some way to greater damage and greater aging.”

Half-Hearted Fix-Ups Instead of Brand-New Parts

In other words, young stem cells are great at preventive maintenance of the body. Like a conscientious car owner who keeps replacing tires before the treads wear down, young stem cells put “new tires” on organs before they show too much wear.

But older cells are apparently reprogrammed to mostly do mop-up work – repairing damage after it’s already appeared. It’s as though instead of putting on new tires, they’re only capable of patching holes when the treads on the old ones start to wear out.

So just as tires that have been patched way too many times become dilapidated and start falling apart, your aging organs, patched by stem cells but not rejuvenated, become tattered and decrepit.

The researchers believe this stem cell reprogramming occurs when an older body harbors a growing amount of DNA damage, inflammation and cellular debris.

Reincarnating Younger Stem Cells

So far lab studies have only found one dependable way to restore stem cells in the body to a younger state – eat fewer calories.

“Eating less appears to prevent tissue aging and therefore prevents stem cells from reprogramming their circadian activities,” according to Professor Benitah.

But before you decide to tighten your belt and start eating a meager diet, be warned that the Spaniards — and other researchers — aren’t sure it’s practical for us humans to cut our calories by the drastic 30 percent it takes to change our stem cells’ behavior.

That kind of diet “entails constant hunger and so requires a lot of willpower,” says Prof. Benitah. “They provide the body with the minimum energy to perform its basic functions, which in the long term may have negative effects on people’s everyday lives.”

There May Be Another Path to Healthy Stem Cells

However, other scientists are working to produce stem cells that can be manufactured on a larger scale than currently available and which can be administered to people to turn back the effects of aging.

A study at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School shows that stem cells taken from human fat tissue are more stable and more usable than the kind of stem cells being used now in some situations to treat people. And they say this is true even when the stem cells are extracted from the fat tissues of older folks.

“Unlike other adult human stem cells, the rate at which these (stem cells) multiply stays consistent with age,” says researcher Ivonah Percec. “That means these cells could be far more stable and helpful as we continue to study natural aging.”

We love seeing breakthroughs like these as we are hopeful that the general public, not just the rich and famous, will be able to harness the power of stem cells at an affordable price.

At this point right now, the elite stem cell procedures are designed to replace worn-out, old cells with brand-new young ones.

…But the price tag is steep at over $100,000.

New Yorker magazine says this expensive new therapy works like a charm: “Hollywood elites and billionaires are growing younger…”

Harvard Medical School reports “The findings represent a breakthrough in aging research…”

And Time Magazine proposes that the process of replacing aging cells may be as “simple as plucking out gray hairs.”

But now there’s something better and safer… and well within reach of the average person like me and you! It’s a remarkable “super-youth” capsule that replenishes your natural supply of stem cells…

Naturally – as in, just the way nature intended.

The result?

Old cells hobbled by a lifetime of abuse and bad habits can now be literally replaced with new ones. Energy levels, your heart, your joints, your brain – your whole outlook on life is profoundly improved.

The best part is, it starts happening within minutes.

It’s working for aging Hollywood starlets, Silicon Valley and Wall Street millionaires, and its helping “over the hill” athletes regain their championship glory…

And now it can work for you, too.

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To your health,

The Healing Miracle Team


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  1. christiane lemahieu

    There is no explanation about the product. What is it…. it can just be placebo!!!

    • THM Team

      Hi Christiane, Stem Cell Restore is a supplement that can help stimulate the production of a person’s own stem cells. The supplements in Stem Cell Restore are also discussed in our ebook 37 Supplements Proven to Help You Grow and Nourish new Stem Cells. Green Valley Natural Solutions has a great FAQ section in their website that you can review here:

  2. Nancy

    Nothing about fasting which would activate autophagy. In this article.

  3. Bali Wellness Retreat & Yoga Travel

    Would love to hear about the effects of telomeres on stem cells.

    Have read how meditation and cordyceps can assist our telomeres.
    But what kind of effect can telomeres have on our stem cells?

    Wanna keep those stem cells healthy and happy!!

  4. Beata

    What about new laser based photo-biomodulation method when you use phototherapeutical nano-patches to stimulate the activation of your own stem cells with light ? There are clinical studies supporting this safe and effective method based on TCM.

    • THM Team

      Thank you for sharing that information. The Healing Miracle does not have information on that particular treatment but is happy that members of the Stem Cells 101 Facebook group are sharing some of the various options with our community.


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