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In the last couple of years great strides have been made in stem cell research.  This stem cell research has
given hope to those with degenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, thanks to the emergence of an
exciting new field of medicine called regenerative medicine.
Parkinson’s disease occurs when neurons in a specific area of the brain die off and stop producing dopamine.  
These neurotransmitters influence mood and help regulate movement.  The sharp decline in dopamine results in
mobility problems, depression, and tremors and other complications.  Modern medicine and the pharmaceutical
companies have developed a dopamine replacement called levodopa (L-dopa).  This precursor to dopamine is
then converted into important neurotransmitters.  When combined with a drug called carbidopa, this drug
insures that the L-dopa is not converted until it reaches its intended destination, the brain.  L-dopa helps control
symptoms but does nothing to slow the disease.  Over time higher and higher doses are needed to maintain its
effect.  The resulting side effects can include nausea, severe jerking motions, constipation, depression,
paranoia, and hallucinations.

There has been great confusion surrounding the use of stem cells amongst the general public and the scientific
community.  This confusion is compounded by the ethical, moral and political issues surrounding the use of stem
cells.  There are two classifications of stem cells:  those derived from embryos and those that come from other
sources such as adult cells or somatic stem cells.  All stem cells have three general properties which are
capable of dividing and renewing themselves for long periods.  There is no difference between them because
they all have the ability to develop into specialized cell types.

During natural aging, adult stem cells have less restorative capacity and are more vulnerable to oxidative
stress.  This stress reduces the ability of the body to heal itself.

Several medical studies that used proprietary natural product formulations of blueberry, green tea, vitamin D3
and carnosine, showed a proliferation of hematopoietic stem cells.  These stem cells reduce oxidative stress.
When this formula was given orally for two weeks to mice, their bone marrow stem cells showed a reduced
oxidative stress induced by stress related apoptosis.  Apoptosis plays a crucial role in developing and
maintaining health by eliminating old cells, unnecessary cells and unhealthy cells.  This preliminary study
demonstrates that this formula promotes healing of defective stem cells.

Additional studies using blue green algae (aphanizomenon flos-aquae-AFC) have shown that immune functions
are improved.  So combining this proprietary stem cell formula with blue green algae AFC may act to promote
the proliferation of human stem cell populations. Please feel free to
email me and request articles if you want to
learn more about Stem Cell products and their therapeutic potential of Parkinson’s disease.

References

Bickford, Paula C.  Nutraceuticals Synergistically Promote Proliferation of Human Stem Cells.  Publisher:  Mary
Ann Liebert, Inc., 2006
Shytle, R. Douglas.  Oxidative Stress of Neural, Hematopoietic and Stem Cells:  Protection by Natural
Compounds.  Publisher:  Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., 2007
Rodgerson, Denis, Ph.D, Rothenberg, Ron, MD, Marasco, Wayne A., MD.  Adult Stem Cells, New Hope for
Curing Degenerative Diseases. Publisher:  Life Extension, Oct. 2007.
Stem Cell Research
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