Stem Cell 100+

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Stem Cell 100+
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Stem Cell 100+® is a natural multi-pathway stem cell activator that acts on many critical mechanisms of anti-aging and natural healing. More powerful and faster acting than the original Stem Cell 100® it promotes:

(1) Stem Cell Support. Adult stem cell function declines with age. Healthy stem cells are a key to good health, youthful vitality, natural healing and longevity.

Stem Cell 100+® is an innovative first-in-its-class stem cell activator. It is a synergistic herbal supplement containing natural nutrients for stimulating your stem cells. Stem Cell 100+® has nutraceutical grade components and is backed by multiple genetic studies on both animals and human stem cells.

(2) Telomere support. Research indicates that the ends of chromosomes (i.e. telomeres) play a vital role in aging. Stem Cell 100+ helps support longer telomeres.

(3) Chronic Stress is strongly correlated with aging and disease. In the modern world and our overly active lives, it is hard to avoid repeated stressful situations. Stem Cell 100+® has a major component that stimulates the anti-stress parasympathetic nervous system to help reduce the effects of excessive stress.

(4) Stem Cell 100+® has components to help maintain healthy inflammation levels.

(5) Modulating IGF and energy metabolism. Research shows that high levels of IGF and energy metabolism promote rapid aging. Stem Cell 100+ has several natural substances that stimulate the genes AMPK, SERT1 and FOXO, which reduce IGF and modulate energy metabolism so as to help slow the aging process.

(6) Inhibiting the mTOR gene. As one ages, your cells lose much of their ability to get rid of damaged proteins and fats. In mouse experiments involving inhibition of the mTOR gene, lifespan increased some 28%. Stem Cell 100+® contains an inhibitor of the mTOR gene, which enhances lifespan.

(7) Helps maintain youthful vascular circulation by promoting genes like endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS) that protect the arteries, capillaries, and veins of the cardiovascular system.

(8) Activation of AMPK. Stem Cell 100+ has several herbal components that activate AMPK, which is an enzyme that plays a key role in energy metabolism and has been shown to greatly extend lifespan in mice when activated.

(9) Activation of SIRT1. SIRT1 is a sirtuin factor that acts epigenetically on genes and genetic repair. Stem Cell 100+ promotes SIRT1 function, which is associated with life extension in various animal models of aging.

(10) Protection of neural function and neural connections, which tend to decline with age.

(11) Lowers oxidative stress by modulating Nrf2 and NFkB, which are the master genes regulating the levels of oxidative stress and cell survival.

Developed by experts in the anti-aging field, patent-pending Stem Cell 100® is the only supplement proven to double maximum lifespan of an animal model[49]. No other product or therapy including caloric restriction even comes close.

Harness the Power of Your Own Stem Cells

Stem Cell 100+® Helps to Support:

  1. Adult stem cells [1-4]
  2. A healthy cardiovascular system [5-8]
  3. Healthy blood glucose levels for those already in the normal range [9-13]
  4. Healthy blood pressure levels for those already in the normal range [14-15]
  5. Healthy cholesterol levels for those already in the normal range [9, 16-17]
  6. Younger looking skin [18-24]
  7. Better learning and focus [25-30]
  8. More endurance with vigorous exercise [31-35]
  9. A healthy immune system [31-32, 36-39]
  10. Healthy breasts, colon, pancreas, and prostate [40-46]

The statements above have not been reviewed by the FDA. Stem Cell 100® is not a preventive or treatment for any disease.

Stem Cell 100® works differently than other stem cell products on the market

You may have seen a number of products that are advertised as stimulating or enhancing the number of stem cells. Each person only has a limited number of stem cells so using them up faster may not be a good strategy.

Stem Cell 100® is about promoting the health and longevity of your own stem cells as well as preserving the stem cell micro-environment. That should be the goal of any effective and natural stem cell supplement.

Supplement Facts

Stem Cell 100+® is a patent-pending Life Code® dietary supplement made with all natural ingredients.

All Life Code® supplement ingredients are nutraceutical grade and provide the best of science along with the balance of nature.

Supplement Facts Panel

Serving Size: One type O capsule
Servings Per Container: 60 Capsules

Recommended Use: Typical usage of Stem Cell 100+® is two capsules per day, preferably at meal times. While both capsules can be taken at the same time, it is preferable to separate the two capsules by at least 4 hours. Since Stem Cell 100+® is a potent formulation, do not take more than three capsules per day. One capsule per day may be sufficient for those below 110 pounds. Taking one capsule with breakfast and one capsule with lunch or dinner may be optimal.

Recommended Users: People over age 21 could benefit from Stem Cell 100+. Those in their 20’s and 30’s will like the boost in endurance during sports or exercise, while older users generally notice better energy and health with the potential for some weight loss.

Stem Cell 100 Plus+® is a more powerful and faster acting version of Stem Cell 100®.

Active Stem Cell 100+ Ingredients: In addition to the herbal extracts in Stem Cell 100+ there are two nutraceutical grade coenzymated vitamins Methyl Folate (5-MTHF) and Methyl B12 that are more bioavailable and highly potent than the form of these vitamins found in most nutritional supplements. Stem Cell 100+ also gives 2000 Units/day of Vitamin D3, which is a hormone-like factor required for youthful vitality.

The highly extracted natural herbs promote adult stem cells. They have been tested as a synergistic herbal formulation with the most effective quantity of each component:

1) Astragalus membranaceus extract contains polysaccharides, flavonoids, and astragalosides, which has many positive effects on stem cells and the cardiovascular and immune systems. Astragalus has been used for thousands of years in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to promote cardiovascular and immune health. Astragalus is also known as a primary stimulator of Qi (Life Force). Life Code uses a high quality proprietary TCM extract that tested highest in our longevity experiments.

2) Rodiola Rosea extract contains Rosavin flavonoids. Clinical studies with Rodiola Rosea have shown improved mood and reduced levels of fatigue and C-Reactive Protein, while boosting cognition and subjective well-being.

3) Proprietary natural bilberry contains flavonoids and other compounds from a stabilized nutraceutical grade Vaccinium extract. Helps produce healthy levels of cholesterol for those already within the normal range. Also has anti-fungal and anti-viral activity.

4) Tulsi leaf extract (Holy Basil) is an adaptogenic herb used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine to promote healing, support the body’s natural immune system, improve a person’s ability to tolerate stress and improve neural health.

5) Pine Bark extract with flavonoids and oligo-proanthocyanidins (OPCs) which promote the vascular system and reduce oxidative stress.

6) L-Theanine, which is a natural amino acid from Camellia sinesis that reduces mental stress and promotes relaxation, and helps improve cognition. Life Code tested the ingredient with a Mass Spec to verify high purity.

7) Genistein, which is an isoflavone phytoestrogen, activates telomerase, metabolic PPARs, autophagy (cell waste disposal), and smooth muscles. It also inhibits DNA methylation and the carbohydrate transporter GLUT1. Life Code tested the supplement with a Mass Spec to verify high purity.

8) He-Shou-Wu is one of the most widely used Chinese herbal medicines to restore blood, kidney, liver, and cardiovascular health. He-Shou-Wu is claimed to have powerful rejuvenating effects on the brain, endocrine glands, the immune system, and sexual vigor.

Legend has it that Professor Li Chung Yun took daily doses to live to 256 years and is said to have outlived 23 wives and spawned 11 generations of descendants before his death in 1933. While it is unlikely that he really lived to such an old age, there is scientific support for He-Shou-Wu as beneficial for health and longevity. Life Code uses a proprietary TCM He-Shou-Wu root extract.

9) Rubus Chingil fruit is known in TCM for promoting liver and kidney health.

10) Drynaria Rhizome is used extensively in TCM as an effective herb for promoting the natural healing of bones, ligaments, tendons, and lower back problems. Eastern martial art practitioners have used Drynaria for thousands of years to help in recovering from sprains, bruises, and stress fractures. The active components of Drynaria protect bone forming cells by enhancing calcium absorption and other mechanisms.

Drynaria is also reported to act as a kidney tonic and to promote hair growth and wound healing. Life Code uses a proprietary TCM Drynaria rhizome extract.

Warnings: This supplement is not recommended for pregnant, lactating, or hypoglycemic individuals. 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 recommended dose of this product.


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