What Are Stem Cells?
Stem cells are the basic building blocks that make up the human body. In a healthy environment, adult stem cells can multiply and divide to create specialized cells, like blood cells, brain cells, skin cells, and more. Stem cells also act as the body’s natural repair system—they race to repair areas damaged by inflammation and free radicals.
What Is DNA Damage?
Your DNA is under constant attack from free radicals created by external sources, like pollution, as well as internal stress. When free radicals bounce around inside your body, they can react with DNA, causing mutations, cell deletion, and other serious damage.
What Are Free Radicals?
Free radicals are incomplete molecules on the hunt for a mate. In your body, they can bounce around like a pinball, causing damage (also known as oxidative stress) until they manage to steal an electron from a healthy cell.
Free radicals are everywhere—in the air you breathe, thanks to pollution and second-hand smoke, and even in the foods and drinks that make life so fun, like cocktails, fried chicken, and cake. That’s why it’s so important to protect yourself!
Eating antioxidant-rich foods and taking potent dietary supplements can help nourish your body and support stem cell production.
- Protect against cell deterioration by providing balanced nourishment
- Reduce inflammation by alerting cells to damaged areas
- Encourage natural cell production by creating a healthy environment
- Help the body expel free radicals through antioxidant binding
- Limit DNA changes caused by free radical reactions