Adult Stem Cell Function - Are the functions really the most dramatic scientific breakthrough of our times?
Visionary Stem Cell Scientist and Stem Cell Nutrition expert Christian Drapeau says 'Absolutely Yes' as he explains the science and implications behind the body's natural renewal system.
Adult Stem Cells in your bone marrow constitute the natural healing system of your body. Wherever there is an injury or damage to any organ, stem cells are released from the bone marrow. They migrate to that organ and become healthy cells of that organ, literally repairing the damaged tissue.
The implications of new developments in Adult Stem Cell science for health and wellness are mind boggling.
About the Author
Christian Drapeau is America's best known advocate for Adult Stem Cell science health applications and the founder of the field of Stem Cell Nutrition.
When Christian Drapeau first posited that Adult Stem Cells were the very foundation of the body's natural healing system, scientific study in the field was in its infancy.
His hypothesis that Adult Stem Cells, created by bone marrow, flowed to any tissue or organ needing regeneration and morphed into healthy cells of that location, was initially ridiculed by medical science.
Since 2006 however, and at a geometrically increasing pace, Christian Drapeau's position gained not just momentum but widespread interest in scientific circles as study after study reveals that Adult Stem Cell science holds phenomenal promise in all areas of human healing.
Christian's theory that Adult Stem Cells are nothing less than the human body's natural healing system has profound implications for every area of modern medicine. The idea that heart disease, diabetes, liver degeneration, and other conditions could be things of the past is no longer science fiction; because of recent Adult Stem Cell research breakthroughs, these are real possibilities in the short term.
Adult Stem Cell scientist Drapeau is a frequent speaker at scientific and business events worldwide with recent presentations in Africa, South America, Asia, Europe, Mexico, Canada, and the United States. A featured Mensa national event speaker, he holds a BS in Neurophysiology from McGill University and a Master of Science in Neurology and Neurosurgery from the Montreal Neurological Institute.