Look Younger, Feel Better and Improve Your Health with
Stem Cell 100TM Anti-Aging Supplement

Based on recent anti-aging discoveries involving stem cells, telomeres and genes Stem Cell 100TM is designed to slow the aging process and help your body function more like a young person. This can help you feel better, look younger and improve your health. Most of the cells in your body lose function with age. Everyone has special cells called adult stem cells which are needed to rejuvenate damaged and old tissues, but adult stem cells themselves are also aging. Until now there was not much you could do about it. Stem Cell 100TM rejuvenates adult stem cells and their micro-environments.

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

Testimonials

SK of Santa Fe, NM

I have been using Stem Cell 100TM for about one year. Initially I noticed a boost in energy level, which now remains steady-hence not noticed. Over this period my HDL level has increased about 50%. My TC/HDL and LDL/HDL ratios have improved significantly despite having an increase in dietary fat. My situation is a bit unusual because I am recovering from surgery and neck radiation three years previous, and these caused adverse dietary changes. Amazingly, Stem Cell 100 actually improved my cholesterol profile during this trying period when I needed to eat a high fat diet. I have experienced no adverse effects from taking this product. I heartily recommend Stem Cell 100 and plan to continue on it.

Joey of San Diego, CA

I am a 48 year old working woman. A friend of mine introduced me to Stem Cell 100TM. After taking Stem Cell 100 for about 4 months, my total cholesterol level went down and my HDL cholesterol level has gone up. Most importantly, my anxiety level has really been diminished. It’s a great supplement and I would recommend it to everyone!

Paul of San Diego, CA

I am an active 61 year old man in excellent health, but had experienced a serious drop in my energy level at the time I enrolled in a 4-month trial of Stem Cell 100TM. Within a month, my energy increased noticeably and I began to take to my physical activities (running, cycling) with a renewed enthusiasm and intensity level. My mood began to elevate steadily, and soon I had even lost those few stubborn pounds that had eluded me for years. My HDL cholesterol went from the high 60s-low 70s up to the low 80s, where it has remained. My blood pressure is 20% lower than it’s been in the past three years of record keeping. I am very enthusiastic about Stem Cell 100TM. I look forward to continuing with the new, improved formulation, and would not hesitate to recommend it.

Mike, Texas

After taking the Stem Cell 100 for the last month, a friend and I, who are both diabetic, have seen a dramatic decrease in blood sugar levels. My sinuses have also cleared, unplugging my ears for the first time since mid September. I think it is also helping with my gum disease, I’ll find out for sure when I see the dentist in a couple of weeks.

Tom, Australia

Only after about 2-3 weeks of taking Stem Cell 100 my eye sight returned back to a level where I did not need glasses to work on my computer monitors. My eyes had always been good but had started to deteriorate about a year ago where 50% of the time I had to wear my glasses. I was shocked to find the improvement so quick. I found I was less stressed. No other changes to lifestyle yet a measureable difference. My fingers would sometimes get stiff in the mornings after long days on the keyboard. This stiffness disappeared... Some of my hair is getting darker. I have a full body of hair that had virtually all turned grey but I noticed that some of my hair was starting regrow brown - my original colour. I had some age spots in my left leg that are disappearing. Generally, I feel great.

Harness the Power of Your Own Stem Cells

Millions of people suffer from chronic conditions of aging and disease. Based on international scientific studies in many academic and industry laboratories, there is new hope that many of the conditions afflicting mankind can some day be cured or greatly improved using stem cell anti-aging medicine. Stem Cell 100TM offers a way to receive some of the benefits of stem cell therapy today by improving the effectiveness of your own adult stem cells.

Stem Cell 100TM Helps to Support:

  1. Adult stem cell rejuvenation [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 100TM is not a preventive or treatment for any disease.

Anti-Aging Benefits from Boosting Your Own Stem Cells

As a child, we are protected from the ravages of aging and can rapidly recover from injury or illness because of the ability of the young regenerative stem cells of children have a superior ability to repair and regenerate most damaged tissues. As we age, our stem cell populations become depleted and/or slowly lose their capacity to repair. Moreover, the micro-environment (i.e. niches) around stem cells becomes less nurturing with age, so cell turnover and repair are further reduced. This natural progression occurs so slowly that we are barely aware of it, but we start to notice the body changes in our 20s, 30s, 40s, and especially after 50 years of age. Stem Cell 100TM helps adults regain their youthful regenerative potential by stabilizing stem cell function.

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 100TM is about improving the effectiveness and longevity of your stem cells as well as preserving the stem cell micro-environment. That should be the goal of any effective stem cell therapy and is what Stem Cell 100TM is designed to do and what other stem cell products cannot do.

Stem Cell 100TM Extends Drosophila (Fruit Fly) Lifespan

In extensive laboratory testing Stem Cell 100TM greatly extended both the average and maximum lifespan of Drosophila fruit flies. The study (see Charts below) included three cages of Drosophila fruit flies that were treated with Stem Cell 100TM (Cages T1 to T3) and three cages which were untreated controls (Cages C1 to C3). Each cage started with 500 fruit flies including 250 males and 250 females. The experiment showed that median lifespan more than doubled with a 123% increase. That would be like the average human being living to be 167 years old. While fruit flies are not people they are more like us than you might think. Drosophila have a heart and circulatory system, and the most common cause of death is heart failure. Like humans and other mammals (e.g. mice), it is difficult to increase their lifespan significantly. These observed results outperform every lifespan enhancing treatment ever tested - including experiments using genetic modification and dietary restriction.

The longest living fruit fly receiving Stem Cell 100TM lived 89 days compared to the longest living untreated control which lived 48 days. That is an increase in maximum lifespan of 85% which is the equivalent of a person living to be 191 years old. It is possible that the single longest living fruit fly lived longer for other reasons such as genetic mutation, however, there were many others that lived almost as long so it was not just an aberation. The oldest 5% of the treated fruit flies lived 77% longer than the oldest 5% of the contol group. It is also important that the study showed an improved ability of the fruit flies to survive stress and illness at all ages not just during old age. Even after the first few days of the study there were already more of the Stem Cell 100TM treated fruit flies alive that survived youth than the control group of untreated fruit flies. For additional information about the study please go to our Longevity page.

Drosophila Lifespan with Stem Cell 100

Projected human lifespan with Stem Cell 100

Supplement Facts

Stem Cell 100TM is a Patent-Pending Life CodeTM Nutraceutical. All Life CodeTM products are pharmaceutical grade and provide the best of science along with the balance of nature.

All Life CodeTM products are pharmaceutical grade and provide the best of science along with the balance of nature.

Serving Size: One type O capsule

Servings Per Container: 60 Capsules

Recommended Use: Typical usage of Stem Cell 100TM 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 100TM 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.

Recommended Users: Anyone from ages 22 and up could benefit from Stem Cell 100TM. Those in their 20s and 30s will like the boost in endurance during sports or exercise, while older users will notice better energy and general health with the potential for some weight loss.

Active Ingredients: There are four herbal components that make up the patent-pending combination in Stem Cell 100TM. The herbal components are highly extracted natural herbs that are standardized for active components that promote adult stem cells and lower inflammation:

1) Polysaccharides, flavonoids, and astragalosides extracted from Astragalus membranaceus, which has many positive effects on stem cells and the cardiovascular and immune systems;

2) Marsupsin and pterostilbene, which are two stable resveratrol analogs found in Indian Kino tree (Pterocarpus marsupium) extracts, which promote stem cells, lower inflammation, and stabilized metabolism;

3) Flavonoids and oligo-proanthocyanidins (OPCs) extracted from Pine Bark, which greatly reduce oxidative stress, DNA damage, and inflammation.

4) L-Theanine, which is a natural amino acid from Camellia sinesis that reduces mental stress and inflammation while improving cognition and protecting brain cells from ischemic or toxic injury.

Safety: The four extracts 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 recommended dose of this product.

Warnings: may lower glucose and/or blood pressure in some individuals. The supplement is not recommended for pregnant, lactating, or hypoglycemic individuals.

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