Total Health Stem Cell – Complete Stem Cell Activation System for Anti-inflammatory & Cellular Regeneration



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Total Health Institute’s treatment programs helps regenerate your stem cells. Our unique  

is a complete stem cell activation system. This promotes the body’s own self-healing mechanisms for cellular/tissue regeneration and repair.

Stem Cells

Mesenchymal stem cells are known to have four very important properties:

  1. They are anti-inflammatory- balancing the immune system
  2. They are anti-microbial
  3. They are regenerative
  4. They energize your quiescent stem cells

What are mesenchymal stem cells (MSC’s)?

In scientific terms, they are multipotent stromal (connective tissue) cells that stimulates your body to differentiate them into a variety of cell types, including neurons, cartilage, fat, blood (red, white or platelet blood cells), bone, muscle, pancreas and liver cells. Multipotent means they can develop into multiple types of cells, but divide a limited number of times (a built in safety mechanism). They are messengers that signal your body to activate anti-inflammatory reactions and regeneration. The MSC’s themselves do not create new tissue or healing, they signal your body to activate a cascade of cellular functions. As we age, we have fewer mesenchymal stem cells, therefore getting a boost of energized MSC’s may help many conditions.

What do stem cells do?

Stem cells have an innate intelligence and activate the body’s own self-healing mechanisms. They seek out inflammation and areas of degeneration. Our stem cells age with us and we lose a significant percentage over time. That’s why as we age. our body does not recover at the same rate as it did when we were younger.

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