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January 20, 2017
The Benefits of Using Stem Cell Worx® Intraoral Spray To Enhance The Activation Of Stem Cells

The Stem Cell Worx® is a supplement that assists in the activation of stem cells. It is manufactured using ingredients such as Fucoidan, which is found in the walls of plant seeds such as the Japanese knotweed. Stem Cell Worx, consists of other substances such bovine colostrum and trans-resveratrol. The three ingredients have been widely studied and their findings have been published in several publications. The common finding is that these ingredients have massive benefits to the body. The major reason of the manufacture of the Stem Cell Worx® using these ingredients is to fully activate the adult stem cells. Such ingredients perform their main specific functions by opening all the pathways that lead to activation of the adult stem cells from the tissues, organs, and bone marrows thus proliferating them into the bloodstream.

January 16, 2017
Benagene - The Miracle Supplement

Backed by 70 years of research, caloric restriction has been proven to increase lifespan. But why is this? Let’s take a look at the molecular pathway of this process. When calories are restricted in your body, it leads to an increase in the NAD+/NADH ratio. NADH is used to drive the Kreb’s cycle (the process in every cell that creates ATP, or the energy currency of any living being) and is then eventually converted into NAD+. A higher NAD+/NADH ratio is strongly correlated with an increase in average lifespan (up to 40% in mammals), an up to 55% decrease in cancer incidence, protection against Type II diabetes, and a reduction in cardiovascular diseases, atherosclerosis, and autoimmune diseases. Studies have shown that 45-50 year old men, after a year of caloric restriction showed significant decreases in blood pressure, of which the end result was comparable to men in their 20’s. This NAD+/NADH ratio is now known to be increased in 3 ways. These are caloric restriction, prolonged exercise, and supplementation with oxaloacetate, an intermediate, or “building block” in the Kreb’s cycle.