Cerule StemEnhance Ultra
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Stem cells occur naturally in the body and serve to replenish cells that are lost through normal wear and tear or injury.*
As we age, our body’s ability to self-repair and maintain optimum health decreases due to a reduction in the number of circulating stem cells associated with the normal aging process. Increasing the number of circulating stem cells is believed to support the body’s process of self-repair and self-renewal.*
StemEnhance ULTRA is the ultimate in stem cell support containing a proprietary blend of highly concentrated extracts including Fucoidan and Cerule’s own, exclusive, patented ingredients, StemEnhance and Mesenkine®.Cerule StemEnhance Ultra - Cerule Skincare Product Data Sheet Download
WHAT ARE ADULT STEM CELLS?
Undifferentiated cells that multiply by cell division to replenish dying cells and regenerate damaged tissues. (A cell that has yet to develop into a particular cell type) They can become any type of cell (skin, bone, liver, heart, lung for example) and replicate themselves throughout the entire life of an organism.
WHAT DO ADULT STEM CELLS DO?
Repair & rebuild the body.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF HAVING MORE ADULT STEM CELLS?
Research shows that a higher number of circulating adult stem cells is one of the most beneficial factors for optimal health.
An increase in the number of adult stem cells gives us more building blocks to repair, recover, and rebuild. Adult stem cell natural release rates from the bone marrow decline as we age.
- By 35 years old, the natural stem cell release rate drops by as much as 45%
- By 50 years old, the natural stem cell release rate drops by as much as 50%
- By 65 years old, the natural stem cell release rate drops by as much as 90%
All of the cells in our body have a limited life span. Some cells live for days, others live for weeks, months, and some for years.
Vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and good food feed, nourish, and protect our cells. However, no matter how much you feed and protect your cells, they will eventually die off, and it’s only your adult stem cells that will replace these dying cells with brand new healthy cells.