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2 Real World Steps To Boost The Immune System

2 Simple But Important Steps That Can Help Make The Immune System Healthier

Did you know that for many people with an autoimmune condition, relief can be had by following two simple but very important steps? It’s true! These fixes for the immune system hold a variety of benefits, including improved digestion, radiant complexion, boosted energy and much more. You probably already know that the immune system is a major player in helping protect your body from bad bacteria and other microscopic attackers. But did you know how significantly it impacts almost all other systems within the body? From hormones to the nervous system, the immune system has an indispensible role.

Autoimmune disorders like lupus and fibromyalgia are among the most commonly seen illnesses at the National Stem Cell Institute (NSI), a leader in the U.S. regenerative medicine field. So they know a thing or two about restoring health to the immune system.

To understand how far-reaching the health of the immune system is for virtually all aspects of body function, it’s important to keep the following in mind:

  1. Diagnosing immune problems can be tricky. Even the most dedicated medical professionals can find it difficult to pinpoint the roots of a specific immune problem. Issues with the immune system are notorious for their variety and how they affect each individual. Chronic fatigue, severe nerve pain, motor impairment, brain fog, and other symptoms of immune disorders can be identical to those of other types of disease.

But…

  1. Boosting the health of the immune system can utterly change your health outcome. It has been shown that even a slight improvement can have a positive and dramatic affect on your appearance, feelings of well-being, and even how clearly you think.

With the 2 real world steps you’ll learn about in this article, you’re more likely to notice:

  • Clearer thinking
  • Better energy
  • And improved quality in sleep

sleepPeople who have adopted these two steps in tackling immunity issues report remarkable transformations. They have gone from sluggish to lively, from mentally unfocused to attentive and sharp, from physically weak and unfit to lean and strong.

Basics About The Immune System

At its core, the immune system is comprised of white blood cells that are spread all through the body. The two primary objectives of these cells are:

  • Addressing problems that arise within your cells.
  • Combating infections that attack the outside of cells.

Generally speaking, all healthy people have immune cells that are fully functioning and performing. However, both external and internal causes can arise that interfere with the immune system’s capacity.

In our modern world, pesticides and heavy metals are contributing to immune problems all too often.

Fortunately, there are steps that everyone can take in order to reduce exposure. A tweak or two to your grocery list and lifestyle habits hold keys to reducing the effects of environmental toxicity. You’ll begin feeling the difference almost immediately, as well as in the long run.

But the even greater issue means looking with more detail into our diets and the workings of the digestive system.

Follow These Two Steps To Optimize The Immune System and Your Health

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A well-functioning digestive tract is essential to fighting possible immune problems. Below are the two most critical steps to take:

  1. Heal Leaky Gut Syndrome

Leaky gut syndrome is a condition that is being rapidly recognized by medical professionals. It can happen when tight junctions in the digestive tract -which control what passes through the lining of the small intestine- don’t work properly. When this happens, bad bacteria and other substances can leak into the bloodstream. Some experts believe that millions of people have leaky gut syndrome, but go undiagnosed.

Based on the name of the syndrome, it may seem that leaky gut would only affect the digestive system. But, in actuality, this condition can influence a number of health problems. These include:

  • Food allergies
  • Low energy
  • Joint discomfort
  • Thyroid issues
  • The immune system

But there’s good news. You can be proactive in repairing the junctions that are allowing bacteria and toxins to leak into the bloodstream. The number one weapon available to you is a change in what you eat.

Begin by dropping these toxic foods from your eating regimen. There are types of food that are notoriously toxic to the immune system. They include:

  • Sugar and artificial sweeteners. Too much sugar wreaks havoc on the immune system, and it is quicker to do it than virtually any other consumable. Artificial sweeteners are not a healthy substitute for refined sugar, either. In fact, it has been shown that artificial sweeteners can be just as hard on the digestive tract.

sugar and artificial sweetenersYour very best defense against the unhealthy affects of sugar and sweeteners is to stop using them. That means avoiding them in foods that have them added, as well as retiring that sugar bowl. Once you begin reading nutritional labels on your food, you’ll be surprised how pervasive they are. Sugar is even used as an additive in many breads, condiments and dressings. Knock out as much as you can from your diet.

  • Processed and microwaved foods. Virtually all highly processed foods have enormous amounts of preservatives and fillers. And all of them are difficult to digest. Over time -as your body works hard to get rid of them- energy levels are eroded, the digestion cycle struggles, and the immune system is overtaxed.

Whenever you can, go fresh and organic. There are farmers’ markets and other healthier options available to replace what you find in the grocery aisles. Cooking fresh at home as often as possible instead of reaching for the pre-packaged meals in the frozen section or grabbing that sack full of fast food will pay off in how you feel and look!

  • Hydrogenated oils. Not all vegetable oils are created equal. Oils made from soybean, canola and corn oil can lead to joint and cellular inflammation. Look instead for “good fat” oils like those made from coconut, olive, or –if you don’t have a nut allergy- peanut.

When it comes to butter, select a product known as ghee or organic butter. Ghee is a class of clarified butter that is commonly used in South Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines. Both ghee and organic butter are far more soothing to your digestive tract and terrific for the immune system.

  1. Make Your Diet Regimen Probiotic Rich

Vitamins D and C get most of the attention when the topic of immune system health comes up. And it’s well deserved. But to really care for the immune system, making probiotic-rich foods a major part of your diet regimen is every bit as important. Maybe even more so!

You might have heard probiotics called “good bacteria.” Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that have a healthy impact on health, most especially the digestive system. They aid in the digestion of nutrients, detox the colon, and balance and support the immune system.

The best probiotic foods include:

  • Fermented veggies, such as sauerkraut and kimchi. While fermented cabbage and other veggies don’t have the diversity of probiotics that other foods might have, they are abundant in organic acids. It is these acids that give foods like sauerkraut and kimchi their sourness. It turns out that these same organic acids that support the growth of good bacteria.

fermented foodsSauerkraut originated in Germany, while kimchi has its roots in Korean cuisine. But whichever type of fermented veggies appeal to you, you’ll be getting high amount of enzymes that are known for aiding digestion. This, in turn, boosts the immune system.

  • Fermented dairy, such as kefir and goat milk yogurt. Kefir and yogurt are fermented dairy cousins to one another. Both have great probiotics content, but kefir is higher in them than yogurt. In fact, “kefir” comes from the Russian language and translates to “feeling good” in English.

Goat milk yogurt, also known as “Greek yogurt,” is thicker and less tart. Whichever way your preference runs, consuming goat milk yogurt or kefir, either is a tasty and great way to promote “good bacteria” in your gut.

  • Kombucha tea is an effervescent, fermented drink. Kombucha itself is a symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast, which gives this black tea beverage its fizzy tang.

There are several unsubstantiated claims surrounding kombucha tea and what diseases and disorders it fights, but it is primarily used to aid digestion, boost energy levels, and support the immune system.

  • Bone broth. This broth is usually made from beef bones. Frequently the bones are roasted prior to simmering. This process enhances the broth’s flavor. Bone broth is a premium source of collagen, which is the protein the body uses to form tissue. In the case of using the broth for immune health, the focus is how the collagen source helps the lining of the gastro-intestinal tract.

This makes bone broth a great ally in healing leaky gut syndrome. Upping your consumption of bone broth helps in the strengthening of the GI tract’s mucus membranes. It helps in “plugging” the tiny leaks at the intestinal junctures, and prevents undigested food particles and chemicals from seeping from the intestines into the bloodstream. It is a powerful ally for the immune system.

You Can Make A Big Difference In Promoting The Health Of Your Immune System

Even if you already have a strong digestive system, using these two steps to boost the immune system will result in health benefits. Of course, it is understood that eating every one of the foods mentioned and being able to avoid every toxin day in and day is not always realistic.

That is why taking advantage of particular, high-quality immune-supporting supplements is important as you embark on your new regimen of eating probiotic and anti-inflammatory foods. These include:

  • Echinacea. Echinacea is a group of herbaceous flowering plants in the daisy family.
  • Elderberry. Elderberry is a genus of flowering plants in the family Adoxaceae.
  • Astragalus root. Astragalus root is in the family of beans or legumes. It has a very long history as a booster for the immune system, as well as a disease fighter.
  • Ginger root. Ginger is a flowering plant. In its root form, it has been used for centuries to aid digestion, decrease nausea, and help the immune system.
  • Ginseng. Ginseng’s role in regulating immune cells has long been established. In addition to this and other medicinal qualities, ginseng helps to control inflammation and microbial infections.
  • Vitamin D. Vitamin D facilitates normal functioning of the immune system. The very best way to absorb vitamin D is through a few minutes of daily sunshine, but getting vitamin D through a supplement form is also recommended.
  • Oregano. Already popular in many American kitchens, oregano in its oil form is also used to promote respiratory and immune system health. Among other benefits of oregano oil is its effectiveness in helping fight urinary tract infections.

echinacea and herbsThe Immune System And Digestive Tract Connection

Once you understand how interconnected the robustness of the immune system is to a healthy digestive tract, it’s easy to see that caring for your gut is one of the best things you can do for increasing your energy, fighting disease, and managing autoimmune disorders.

Among the most frequent reasons that patients come to the National Stem Cell Institute (NSI) is a struggling immune system. Regenerative medicine therapy for autoimmune disorders like lupus and multiple sclerosis is on the rise as modern medicine’s first defense in fighting and/or managing these diseases.

Regenerative medicine facilities are commonly called stem cell clinics.

There are many, now, practicing across the U.S. If you’re considering regenerative medicine as a therapy for your own health condition, keep in mind that stem cell and platelet-rich plasma therapies are legitimate medical procedures that must be administered by a licensed medical professional in the United States.

With that in mind, NSI offers tips below to help you ensure you’re working with an FDA guidelines-compliant regenerative medicine facility.

What to Look for in a Stem Cell Medical Clinic

When searching for a qualified stem cell therapy center it’s important to remember that not all of them are created equal. Stem cells, when used properly, are your body’s most powerful means for healing that can repair everything from ligaments, tendons, and cartilage to organs including your liver, pancreas and lungs and even neurological tissue like your brain, nerves and spinal cord.

Unfortunately, the majority of so-called “regenerative medicine clinics” in the world aren’t trained in the latest, most technologically advanced procedures and will, therefore, provide poor results if any.

The good news is the National Stem Cell Institute (NSI) has established the most advanced stem cell and platelet rich plasma procedures on the planet which has drawn patients from all over the world as well as professional athletes and celebrities because they are recognized as the best in the world at stem cell therapy.

 

What makes NSI Stem Cell the top stem cell clinic in the world is demonstrated in 5 key areas:

1. Highly trained and experienced, board-certified doctors and team members who have performed stem cell procedures on thousands of patients with incredible results.

2. Cutting edge procedures utilizing all that regenerative medicine has to offer for many chronic degenerative conditions.

3. Leading scientific researchers who follow the advanced guidelines to maximize the healing potential of your stem cells and to maintain compliance and ethics

4. Use of only the most potent and viable resource of living, viable stem cells and harvested on the same day. No vial that you can purchase will contain living stem cells. If there is no harvest then there are no stem cells.

5. Post-operative guidance for supporting stem-cell growth including rehabilitation, diet and supplement protocols. NSI is a full-service healthcare center focused on patient outcomes. Stem cell therapy is only one tool used to help improve patients’ lives.

Patients have raved about their experience at NSI Stem Cell Clinics testifying that it was their unique cutting-edge procedures that helped them experience a breakthrough when nothing else worked.

If you want to learn more about NSI Stem Cell Clinics, you can set up a complimentary consultation today to see if you are a candidate. You can contact the National Stem Cell Institute at (877) 278-3623.

7 Ways To Help Autoimmune Disorders

These 7 Ways To Help Autoimmune Disorders Make A Difference!

Did you know that a critical element in managing the symptoms of autoimmune disorders is a healthy lymphatic system? This important network that branches throughout the body protects us from disease and the inflammation that illness can cause. You can think of the lymphatic system as the body’s internal “drainage system.”

Lymph is a colorless fluid that bathes the body’s tissues with infection-fighting white blood cells. Lymph vessels route the fluid through nodes that are clustered at various area in the body. These nodes contain immune cells that attack and consume germs brought to them via the lymph fluid. That’s why a healthy lymphatic system is so important in helping control the symptoms of autoimmune disorders. Continue reading “7 Ways To Help Autoimmune Disorders”

Top 5 Tips For Your Fibromyalgia Diet

Reduce FMS Symptoms With These Top 5 Fibromyalgia Diet Tips

If you have found that controlling your fibromyalgia symptoms with medication only hasn’t been effective, you’re not alone. According to Dr. Kathleen Holton’s scholarly article published on ScienceDirect, “Fibromyalgia symptoms are only about 30% amenable to current pharmaceutical strategies on the market.”

Population studies estimate that at least 5 million people in the United States are diagnosed with fibromyalgia symptoms. The majority of Americans who suffer from FMS are eighteen years old and up. Most of them are women, usually middle-aged. However, approximately ten to twenty percent of Americans affected by fibromyalgia are men and children. This means that fibromyalgia is a nationwide concern that cuts across the board.

fibromyalgia stem cell tipsFibromyalgia diet changes often reduce symptoms to zero or near-zero

The good news is that there are dietary habits that can be adopted by people suffering from fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS). The National Stem Cell Institute (NSI) regularly pairs regenerative medicine methods with sound nutritional counseling at their medical facilities. NSI has found that there are five dietary elements that are especially helpful to patients for dramatically reducing their fibromyalgia symptoms. Paired with stem cell therapy, patients at NSI regularly report that these fibromyalgia diet changes often reduce symptoms to zero or near-zero.

Making A Fibromyalgia Diet Work For You

Did you know that as many as 42% of FMS patients report that their symptoms get worse after eating particular foods? Research is showing that the evidence for this isn’t just anecdotal. Certain simple changes in diet can cause a significant reduction in the intensity of fibromyalgia symptoms and flare ups. The fixes aren’t complex, yet they can make a world of difference in planning a good fibromyalgia diet.

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Being pro-active in managing fibromyalgia makes a difference

Today, more FMS patients than ever understand the need to be pro-active partners with their doctors in managing their fibromyalgia symptoms. That’ why nutritional counseling is such an important part of patient treatment at NSI. Let’s take a closer look at the top five tips that NSI patients have found work best for their auto-immune and fibromyalgia diet regimens.

Top 5 Tips For Your Fibromyalgia Diet

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1. Vitamin D is Your Friend

A lot of people have a deficiency in vitamin D. But for people who have FMS, the “sunshine vitamin” is often absolutely vital. According to Dr. Holton, a deficiency in vitamin D frequently mimics some fibromyalgia symptoms. Adding the right amount of vitamin D to your fibromyalgia diet regimen just may result in reducing symptom flare-ups.

Get screened to check for Vitamin D deficiency

NSI recommends that all fibromyalgia patients undergo testing to see if they have a deficiency in vitamin D. A lack of this essential vitamin can lead to bone and muscle pain, one of the most common fibromyalgia symptoms. A groundbreaking study conducted in 2008 showed that people with a vitamin D deficiency needed near-double doses of pain medication, compared to people who had sufficient vitamin D levels.

So when planning your fibromyalgia diet regimen, be sure to check to see where your own vitamin D levels are. Your nutritional counselor can advise you on the right amount of supplement to add.

2. Food Additives? Avoid Adding Them!

There are several common food additives that can be classified as “excitotoxins.” Sure, the “excito” part is nice, but the “toxin” element…not so much! An excitotoxin is an amino acid that excites our neurons. The three most commonly used as food additives are glutamate, aspartate, and cysteine. They have been added in large quantities to foods for many years now, and are a primary reason behind our cravings for so many unhealthy foods. Excitotoxins aren’t good for anyone, but they are especially problematic for people wanting to follow a beneficial fibromyalgia diet plan.

Foods that often contain excitotoxins include:

  • Processed Foods
  • Frozen Meals
  • “Diet” Foods
  • Diet/Lo Calories Beverages
  • Artificial Sweeteners
  • Processed Snack Products

Excitotoxins ramp up pain sensitivity in fibromyalgia sufferers

These toxins belong to a chemical group that can cause neurons to become hyperactive, which can ramp up an FMS sufferer’s pain sensitivity. Throttling back your intake of excitotoxins like MSG, aspartate, and cysteine can go a very long way in developing a fibromyalgia diet that helps you manage your symptoms.

Keep in mind that some amino acids, like cysteine, are considered semi-essential to nutrition. However, controlling how much you take in is the key. Like so many things in life, moderation works wonders for a fibromyalgia diet regimen. So ease off foods that have been boosted with excitotoxins: like Asian takeout or diet drinks.

3. Something’s Fishy. And It’s a Good Thing!

Omega-3 fatty acids are excellent for reducing inflammation everywhere in the body, from the cellular level on up. Omega-3 is also a powerful ally in the prevention of cardiovascular disease. So it should come as no surprise that this healthy fat can be beneficial in reducing fibromyalgia symptoms related to joint and muscle pain. Omega-3 fatty acids should be a major element in any good fibromyalgia diet regimen.

Foods that contain Omega-3 include:

  • Lake Trout
  • Salmon
  • Mackerel
  • Fresh Albacore Tuna
  • Whole Grain Breads
  • Whole Grain Cereals
  • Peanut Butter
  • Walnuts
  • Pumpkins Seeds
  • Flaxseed
  • Eggs
  • Milk Yogurt
  • Spinach
  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Avocadoes

Omega-3 can be a game-changer in multiple fibromyalgia symptoms

Omega-3’s soreness-reducing traits can be a real boon in the reduction of several fibromyalgia symptoms. People who have added Omega-3 to their fibromyalgia diet regimen have reported an easing of the joint stiffness that many FMS patients experience in the morning. It also relieves the discomfort of inflamed joints.

Many people with FMS also suffer from other chronic conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome, or dysmenorrhea (severe, chronic menstrual pain). Adding Omega-3 to their fibromyalgia diet plan will provide added benefit for those who must also contend with the symptoms of these additional health complications.

There are many delicious foods that contain Omega-3 fatty acids, from fish to vegetables to dairy to grains and cereals. So find your favorites and add them guilt-free to your new fibromyalgia diet regimen!

old woman fybromyalgia4. Cut the Caffeine

It can be a vicious cycle. Your FMS interferes with sleep. You gulp down caffeinated beverages like coffee, tea, or Red Bull so you can make it through the day. By the time you’re ready to go to bed, the very thing that fueled your day now adds to one of your primary fibromyalgia symptoms: sleep problems.

A classic set-up for energy crashes

NSI sees this regularly with fibromyalgia patients. Caffeinated drinks for many FMS sufferers is a classic set-up for energy crashes, especially when drank late into the day. Ultimately, caffeine doesn’t compensate for FMS-related sleep problems. It adds to them and, all too frequently, makes them chronically worse.

It may take a little discipline in the beginning. Caffeine withdrawal can lead to temporary headaches and irritability. But cutting out caffeine when you switch to a healthy fibromyalgia diet plan can pay off big time. Many FMS patients find that they don’t have to go cold turkey. They steadily decrease their caffeine intake over a week or two. Consult with an experienced nutritional counselor like those at NSI for advice on how to best kick the caffeine habit. When you begin getting better sleep, even with your fibromyalgia symptoms, you’ll be glad you did!

5. Radical Thinking: Eat Your Veggies

Many studies indicate that lack of antioxidants may well aggravate, or even cause, fibromyalgia symptoms. When the body doesn’t produce enough antioxidants, oxidative stress occurs. Antioxidants are what the body uses to combat cell damage caused by free radicals. A free radical is a molecule that is unstable.

When a molecule is unstable, it “robs” electrons from molecules around it in order to stabilize itself. This, then, causes the molecule robbed of its own electrons to become unstable, so it attacks stable molecules around it. It’s a classic case of chain reaction, which results in damage to living cells that can potential cause illness and cancer.

Oxidative stress can trigger or increase the severity of fibromyalgia symptoms

A well-planned fibromyalgia diet plan helps combat the oxidative stress that can trigger or increase the severity of FMS symptoms. Virtually any fruit or vegetable that you can think of is loaded with potent antioxidants; among them, vitamins A, C, and E. Vitamins like these help control free radicals and work to stabilize molecular functions. Some studies indicate that a raw vegan dietary plan works well for controlling FMS symptoms. However, many people would find it very difficult to maintain this as a fibromyalgia diet regimen.

Fortunately, FMS patients who might feel going strictly raw vegan is too intense as a fibromyalgia diet have options. You still want to load up on veggies and fruits that are rich in antioxidants. The trick is to not overcook vegetables. Lightly steamed veggies retain plenty of nutritional content, including their antioxidant qualities. They taste a lot better, too, when not overcooked.

Vegetables and fruits rich in antioxidants include:

  • Spinach
  • Brussel Sprouts
  • Kale
  • Broccoli
  • Beets
  • Red Bell Peppers
  • Onions
  • Eggplant
  • Strawberries
  • Plums
  • Raspberries
  • Blackberries
  • Cherries

Understanding Gluten Connection In A Sound & Healthy Fibromyalgia Diet

The goal of any proper fibromyalgia diet should be aiding the control of inflammation, the reduction of toxicity, and promotion of nutrient absorption. It’s not actually about vegan versus paleo, ketogenics versus calorie counting. Instead the focus should be on sticking to some basic, time-proven dietary principles.

“Holistic” is a word that gets tossed around a lot these days, and can be easily misused. The best way to understand holistic is to know that it literally stems from the word “whole.” So approaching a fibromyalgia diet regimen with a holistic attitude simply means considering the whole of your body. For someone with FMS, a focus on whole health equates to a focus on eating in a way that helps in the management of his or her fibromyalgia symptoms.

fibromyalgia pain reliefThe complexity of fibromyalgia requires a stronger dietary foundation

Fibromyalgia is a complex syndrome. So establishing a strong dietary foundation goes a long way in helping with medical treatment. This, too, is a way of thinking holistically about FMS symptoms and a sound fibromyalgia diet.

The nutritionists at the National Stem Cell Institute know that understanding what foods to avoid is as essential to a holistic approach in a healthy fibromyalgia diet regimen as knowing what foods to include. Not only that, but when to eat certain foods is also important.

With that in mind, let’s now turn our attention to this part of an overall, healthy fibromyalgia diet.

Going Gluten Free

Much has been made of going gluten free these days, so much so that it’s quickly becoming little more than a fad. But if you suffer from FMS, consider eliminating gluten from your diet as much as possible.

The gluten-free campaign began because of people who have a gluten-sensitive digestive system. There are many people who had no trouble with gluten prior to being diagnosed with fibromyalgia. So, for them, it may come as a surprise when their doctors and nutritionists tell them that gluten can worsen fibromyalgia symptoms. If this has happened to you, heed the advice of your medical professional and include a gluten-free or low-grain plan in your fibromyalgia diet regimen.

Gluten can worsen the symptoms of several types of diseases

Gluten, especially when derived from wheat protein, can worsen the symptoms of a wide variety of disease, including leaky gut, osteoporosis, and fibromyalgia.

Most gluten is found in grains and starches. Avoid products that include:

  • Wheat and Wheat Derivatives
  • Malt and Malt Derivatives
  • Brewer’s Yeast
  • Wheat Starch

Happily, gluten-free choices are easier to make today than ever. Look products that are made with the following:

  • Rice
  • Cassava
  • Corn
  • Soy
  • Potato
  • Tapioca
  • Beans
  • Sorghum
  • Quinoa
  • Millet
  • Buckwheat Groats
  • Arrowroot
  • Amaranth
  • Teff
  • Flax
  • Chia
  • Yucca
  • Gluten-free oats
  • Nut flours

When crafting your fibromyalgia diet plan, however, it’s important to keep in mind that FMS sufferers should not attempt to eliminate gluten-based foods too quickly. Going “cold turkey” can stress the body and even have a backlash effect that aggravates fibromyalgia symptoms.

The goal is to have a fibromyalgia diet enhance and support your therapy by retaining more nutrients and reducing symptoms such as inflammation. This means that choosing to go gluten-free is a positive step in managing and, even helping to reverse, your fibromyalgia symptoms. But doing so should be done correctly. That’s why NSI nutritionists advise FMS patients to taper off gluten on a well-planned, steady basis.

fibromyalgia treatment nsi stem cellWhere To Find More Information On Fibromyalgia Treatment & Management

It is estimated that five million people in the United States alone suffer from fibromyalgia symptoms. The majority of Americans who have FMS are eighteen years old and up, with most of them being women. But ten to twenty percent of those affected by fibromyalgia are men and children. So fibromyalgia is a nationwide concern that cuts across the board.

Fibromyalgia treatment is one of the most common therapies practiced at the National Stem Cell Institute. The physicians, nutritional counselors and medical professionals at NSI are happy to answer any questions you may have about safe, effective treatment for fibromyalgia. NSI also recommends the following links to learn more about fibromyalgia and how to plan a sound fibromyalgia diet.

What to Look for in a Stem Cell Medical Clinic

When searching for a qualified stem cell therapy center it’s important to remember that not all of them are created equal. Stem cells, when used properly, are your body’s most powerful means for healing that can repair everything from ligaments, tendons, and cartilage to organs including your liver, pancreas and lungs and even neurological tissue like your brain, nerves and spinal cord.

Unfortunately, the majority of so-called “regenerative medicine clinics” in the world aren’t trained in the latest, most technologically advanced procedures and will, therefore, provide poor results if any.

The good news is the National Stem Cell Institute (NSI) has established the most advanced stem cell and platelet rich plasma procedures on the planet which has drawn patients from all over the world as well as professional athletes and celebrities because they are recognized as the best in the world at stem cell therapy.

 

What makes NSI Stem Cell the top stem cell clinic in the world is demonstrated in 5 key areas:

1. Highly trained and experienced, board-certified doctors and team members who have performed stem cell procedures on thousands of patients with incredible results.

2. Cutting edge procedures utilizing all that regenerative medicine has to offer for many chronic degenerative conditions.

3. Leading scientific researchers who follow the advanced guidelines to maximize the healing potential of your stem cells and to maintain compliance and ethics

4. Use of only the most potent and viable resource of living, viable stem cells and harvested on the same day. No vial that you can purchase will contain living stem cells. If there is no harvest then there are no stem cells.

5. Post-operative guidance for supporting stem-cell growth including rehabilitation, diet and supplement protocols. NSI is a full-service healthcare center focused on patient outcomes. Stem cell therapy is only one tool used to help improve patients’ lives.

Patients have raved about their experience at NSI Stem Cell Clinics testifying that it was their unique cutting-edge procedures that helped them experience a breakthrough when nothing else worked.

If you want to learn more about NSI Stem Cell Clinics, you can set up a complimentary consultation today to see if you are a candidate. You can contact the National Stem Cell Institute at (877) 278-3623.

Best Fibromyalgia Treatment For You

Medical Experts Say Stem Cells For Fibromyalgia Treatment May Be Best For Most

Anyone who is living with fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) knows what a complicated medical condition it is. Falling under the category of autoimmune diseases, fibromyalgia is frequently linked with other conditions. This can make finding the underlying causes very tricky which, in turn, can make finding the right fibromyalgia treatment equally difficult.

This is precisely why so many medical professionals are excited about the development of stem cells for fibromyalgia treatment. Regardless of what underlying conditions may trigger this often elusive-to-pin-down disease, stem cell therapy has helped thousands of patients across the United States gain remarkable relief from symptoms and substantial improvement in quality of life. In some cases, it has been reported that the damage caused by fibromyalgia may even be reversed. Continue reading “Best Fibromyalgia Treatment For You”

Fibromyalgia Treatment

A Highly Effective Fibromyalgia Treatment

fibromyalgia painFibromyalgia is a syndrome that is known as FM or FMS. It is technically categorized as a musculoskeletal disorder. However, the syndrome is now known as a problem that is also related to the central nervous system. It is a common condition in which the person suffers from chronic and generalized pain and also tenderness in the muscles, joints and also other soft tissues. It is also linked to sleep problems, fatigue, headaches, anxiety and depression. Prior to the revolutionary arrival of stem cell fibromyalgia treatment, it was often difficult for those suffering from fibromyalgia pain to find significant relief.

NSI Stem Cell in Florida has effective fibromyalgia treatment through stem cell therapy available today. NSI Stem Cell has extensive experience with a wide variety of cutting edge stem cell treatments that range from progressive diseases like Diabetes to conditions that are injury related like Hip Conditions. * Continue reading “Fibromyalgia Treatment”

Fibromyalgia Stem Cell Therapy News

Profound Results Possible With Fibromyalgia Stem Cell Therapy

stem cell treatment for fibromyalgiaTraditionally, fibromyalgia syndrome has been very difficult to diagnose and treat. That’s because fibromyalgia (FM) presents in a variety of symptom combinations that are often as unique as the individual who is suffering from this disease. Conventional treatments, mostly based on medication and advice on how to manage symptoms, have marginal effect at best in alleviating the symptoms. But medical clinics in the U.S., like NSI Stem Cell in Florida, are dramatically changing the lives of FM sufferers for the better through fibromyalgia stem cell therapy.* Continue reading “Fibromyalgia Stem Cell Therapy News”