Stem Cell 100TM is a Patent-Pending Life Code Product that will be available later this year.

Serving Size: One vegetarian capsule

Serving Directions: Two VcapsTM per day are preferred with one taken after breakfast or lunch and one taken after dinner. If you weigh less than 130 pounds, or want to get the most of the treatment benefit at lower cost, one may take one capsule per day after lunch.

Active Ingredients: There are four components that make up the patent-pending combination in Stem Cell 100TM. The first ingredient is an natural amino acid [(2S*,3R*)-2-amino-3-hydroxybutanoic acid] that is present in high concentration in sperm cells and is required for embryonic stem cell growth and pleurapotency. Three of the active components are highly extracted natural herbs that are standardized for high concentrations of active components that promote adult stem cells: Targetes erecta standardized for ß,e-carotene-3,3′-dio; Pterocarpus marsupium standardized for a Long Half Life (LHL) resveratrol analog named LHL-resveratrolTM; and Astragalus membranaceus.

Warnings: Stem Cell 100TM may lower glucose and/or blood pressure in some individuals. Pregnant, lactating, hypoglycemic or diabetic individuals should consult their physician before use.

Safety: The four substances in Stem Cell 100TM are pharmaceutical grade and have been individually tested in both animals and humans without significant safety issues. Those with pre-existing conditions of diabetes or hypertension should coordinate this product with your doctor, as lower blood glucose or reduced blood pressure can result from taking the normal dose of this product. Because Stem Cell 100TM is a potent formulation, do not take more than two capsules per day. If low-blood sugar headaches appear (which is possible if you have a tendency to hypoglycemia), cut down the dose to one capsule per day and eat some food every hour, or discontinue product use altogether.

Biomarkers for testing your health and fitness
It is very important to know if particular lifestyle change, exercise regiment, or supplement is really promoting longevity and fitness. Since aging is controlled by both environment and complex genetic traits, there is no single biomarker of aging that gives an objective measure of whether a behavioral or treatment change is really helpful or not. However, much research has suggested a basket of biomarkers that does estimate your current and future risk of morbidity (disease) and mortality (death). Below is listed our favored biomarkers of aging that can be used to track changes.

The Following biomarkers will be used to track changes:

•Blood Pressure and Pulse Rate
Time to walk a mile
•Maximum number of pushups in 2 minutes
Reaction Time
•Fat Stores: Weight, BMI, waist circumference, and standing balance test
•Lipids: TC, LDL, HDL, triglycerides
•Metabolic: Fasting glucose, hemoglobin A1c, Thyroid Stimulating Hormone
•Liver & Kidney: ALT, AST, alkaline phosphatase, BUN, creatine, micro-albumin
•Inflammation: High-sensitivity C-Reactive Protein (hsCRP)

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