Remarkable ability to repair, renew and replenish
Your adult stem cells are unspecialized, which means they have the potential to develop into many different cell types. Unspecialized stem cells can replicate and each new cell has the potential to either remain a stem cell or become another type of cell with a specialized function, such as a red blood cell or a brain cell.1
Stem cells can continue to divide for a long period of time to repair and replace worn out tissue. Because stem cells can divide many times, they can produce many cells. Most of the time, however, stem cells are at rest, and are only activated by messages from cell DNA to mount a strong, rapid response to tissue stress and injury. This restorative ability is important in maintaining the youthful functions of all of the tissues and organs in the body.
Because stem cells can repair and replace your body’s damaged cells and tissues, storing them can provide you with access to cutting-edge technologies to combat the effects of aging and treat numerous diseases or injury in the future. However, since your stem cells age as you age and lose their power to repair, the healthiest they will ever be is right now