What is Aging?
Aging is a natural process when the number of cells dying each day start to outweigh the number of new cells is being created to replace the former. New cells are formed from mother cells which in turn are formed by stem cells. Stem cells dwindle with age and therefore the effects of aging are really the effects of reduced stem cells. Thus, adult stem cells have the ability to regenerate the tissue from which they are derived over the lifespan of an individual. When we age at the cellular level, particularly stem cells, we are changing our approach to the aging process in general. Stem cell therapy holds great promise as a key agent in reversing aging damage and restoring some degree of youthful health.