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9 Ways to Make Anti-Aging a Reality!

Anti-Aging isn’t Science Fiction! Check Out These 9 Ways You Can Make It Happen Now!

What do you think of when you hear the term “anti-aging?” For many of us, anti-aging means returning to a more supple and youthful appearance. But anti-aging is so much more than simply looking good. Today, anti-aging is also about reclaiming the vitality of younger years. That’s a beauty that goes beyond skin deep.

In fact, a blotchy and sallow skin tone, the wrinkles and sagging, the graying and thinning of hair are all simply surface signs of what is going on beneath the skin as we grow older. Aging begins at the cellular level and affects our hearing, eyesight, energy levels, hair loss, and even our interest and abilities in sexual intimacy. Anti-aging, then, is the slowing down or -in some cases- the reversal of cellular deterioration.

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6 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality Never Matters More Than in the Winter Months!

Indoor air quality is about so much more than air freshener. Your health and that of your family can be significantly impacted all year round but most especially during winter, when so many of us tend to spend a lot more time indoors.

Poor indoor air quality can affect health: from eye, nose, and throat irritation to serious respiratory problems. Poor air quality has even been linked to heart disease and cancer.

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Healthy and Cheap Foods to Add to Your Diet!

It is common knowledge that healthy foods are the better choice and that fresh fruits and veggies should be in our diets daily. Many people, as they try to eat healthier are discouraged by the high cost of fresh foods and the seemingly endless array of high priced foods that claim to be all natural and healthy.

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The 3 Best Workout Routines in 10 Minutes!

Your Quick Workout can be Your Best Workout!

We all know that the best workout exercises help prevent and/or manage a wide array of health conditions like weight problems, diabetes, COPD, and arthritis. So, you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to begin working out or maybe improve your present workout routine. And you’re mentally braced to figure out a way to add hours to your week that, frankly, you don’t know how you’re going to manage. The good news is that your best workout doesn’t have to take whole hours.

The professionals in the functional rehabilitation department at National Stem Cell Institute (NSI) have terrific tips on how to get the best workout results in a ten-minute daily routine. And it can be done right at home without the need for a gym full of machines. Interested? Read on!

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Yes, a Quick Workout Right at Home can be Your Best Workout!

One of the keys to getting the best workout at home is to adopt a body weight workout. A body weight workout uses your own weight to build strength without the need for expensive equipment. Another crucial element for an effective quick workout is to alternate short rest periods with periods of focused attention and correct form. Keep in mind that –though kept brief- the rest periods between are as important as the exercises. Doing this helps ensure you’ll get your best workout.

This article looks at three different full-body routines to get the best workout in just ten minutes. They also give you nice options for a daily change up, which helps prevent monotony. As mentioned above, be sure that your focus is on the quality of each movement. This focus will boost toning and strengthening from head to toe.

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The 6 Main Exercises at the Core of An Effective Quick Workout

Before we go into the three routines themselves, let’s take a closer look at the six basic exercises that will make your home routine the best workout possible.

Squats

The classic squat works the glutes and leg muscles.

  1. Take a stance that is shoulder-width apart with the toes a little pointed outward.
  2. With your heels firmly on the floor, do a sitting motion as if getting ready to sit in a chair.
  3. Keep good posture from the waist up: chest up, shoulders back.
  4. Keep your arms extended forward to help your balance.

For the best workout experience, you may find it helpful to hold an object like a broom or folded umbrella in front of you to maintain the right posture as you perform the squats.

Core exercises

Push-Ups

This tried-and-true body weight exercise tones and strengthens the chest and arm muscles. Push-ups are excellent for improving core stability, and have long been considered among the best workout exercises.

  1. You can do push-ups from two positions. The high plank position positions you so that you are supporting your weight with your hands and toes. But if you’re a beginner at quick workout routines, you may find it better to support your weight with your hands and knees instead. In either case, the hands should be shoulder-width apart.
  2. Your core and leg muscles should be engaged to maintain a straight line from shoulders to feet (or knees, if you’re using the less intense method).
  3. Bending your elbows, lower your chest until you are just an inch or so above the floor.
  4. Keeping your gaze fixed a foot or so in front of you helps you maintain a “plank” form throughout the exercise. It also helps prevent undue strain on the neck.
  5. Return to the starting position.

Push-up Exercises

Reverse Lunges

Reverse lunges are among the best workout exercises for effective, quick routines. They focus on the legs, glutes, and abdominal muscles…

  1. Stand upright with feet together and hands on hips.
  2. Step well back with your right foot, lowering the right knee toward the ground. Go as deep into the lunge as you can without harm. Ultimately, after consistently doing your quick workout routine for a while, you may be able to deepen the lunge until your knee is about an inch off the floor.
  3. The front knee should not exceed a 90-degree angle as you go into the lunge. If the knee juts outward past the toes, re-adjust your position.
  4. Complete one reverse lunge then switch sides.

Marching in Place

Marching in place is among the best workout exercises for low-impact cardio work. To increase intensity, turn the march into a jog-in-place.

  1. Standing upright, begin with feet together and hands on your hips.
  2. Raise your right knee to approximately hip height.
  3. Lower the right leg and repeat the motion with your left.
  4. Aim for a steady tempo that raises your heart rate without making you breathless.

Double Crunches

Double crunches take no more time than single crunches, but work both the upper and lower abdominals for a much more thorough exercise that’s perfect for your 10-minute quick workout regimen.

  1. With your back on the floor, rest your hands behind your head. Keeping your hands locked behind the head throughout the exercise is very important. It keeps you from straining your neck and helps your abdominals do all the work.
  2. Raise your legs so that the knees are bent and your shins form a “table top” position.
  3. Using your abdominals to do the work, pull your chest toward the knees. Your shoulders and hips should lift off the floor at the same time.
  4. When you return to the first position, your shoulders and heels should touch the floor for only a second before repeating the crunch.

Mountain Climber

This exercise is a bit advanced, so if you’re just starting your quick workout routine you may choose to introduce it after you’ve been consistently working out for a while. Once you add it in, however, you’ll bound to rank it among the best workout exercises for low-impact cardio and terrific core conditioning.

  1. Beginning in the high plank position (see “push ups” exercise above), make sure that hands and feet are in a shoulder-width stance.
  2. Pull your right knee toward the chest, making sure you engage the abs while doing so.
  3. Now switch sides in as fluid a motion as possible without pause.

Arms and shoulders should remain stable through the whole exercise.

Three of the Best Workouts that Take No More Than Ten Minutes

When doing the quick workouts outlined below, count both the right and left positions as a single repetition. For our purposes, the intensity level of each exercise is set as intermediate level. So, if you’re just starting out, you may want to adjust them down to low. And, of course, as you gain strength and stamina, you can ramp them up beyond intermediate.

A few tips for adjusting the intensity level:

Beginners

Focus on practicing good form and introducing your body to each new exercise relatively gently. You want to avoid injury by rushing into an intensity that your body is not yet accustomed to. When learning a new routine, it is far better to get the knack of proper form and training your muscles than to press your body too hard, too fast.

Don’t worry. Your body will adjust and you’ll be up to intermediate levels far more effectively and quickly if you begin the right way. So you may want to start out with no more than five to ten reps for any given exercise. In no time, you’ll be getting the best workout that you’ve had in years.

Intermediate

Aim for thirty-second sessions per exercise with thirty-second rests between.

Advanced

Aim for forty-five-second sessions per exercise with fifteen-second rests between.

Are you ready? Let’s begin! As you go through each quick workout routine, keep in mind that a “circuit” is a series of exercises and/or rest intervals, depending on the routine. Be sure to complete all exercises and rests within the circuit.

Best Workout Routine for Lean Strength

Repeat this circuit two times

  • Squat routine: 30 seconds with a 30 second rest
  • Push-up routine: 30 seconds with a 30 second rest
  • Reverse lunge routine: 30 seconds with a 30 second rest
  • Double Crunch routine: 30 seconds with a 30 second rest
  • Mountain Climber routine: 30 seconds with a 30 second rest

Best Workout Routine for Cardio

Repeat this circuit two times

  • March in Place: 60 seconds
  • Push-up routine: 30 seconds with a 30 second rest
  • Lunge routine: 30 seconds with a 30 second rest
  • March in Place, again: 60 seconds

The “Crazy 8’s” Routine for Core, Glutes, and Legs

For the best workout results, this routine should be done with a timer set to ten minutes. All four exercises constitute one circuit. One great way to add interest to this quick workout is to keep track of the number of round you can get in during the ten minute timer. Doing so will give you incentive to meet and beat those numbers as you improve.

  • Double Crunches: eight repetitions
  • Reverse Lunges: eight repetitions
  • Squats: eight repetitions
  • Mountain Climber: eight repetitions

Yes, You Can Have the Best Workout and Not Sacrifice Hours You Don’t Have!

And there you have it, three of the best workout routines that can be done in ten minutes. You can feel fit and energized without sacrificing hours or money on expensive equipment or gym memberships. At last! A healthy New Year’s resolution you and the whole family can keep!

About the National Stem Cell Institute (NSI)

The National Stem Cell Institute (NSI) is a leading regenerative medicine cell clinic based in the United States. NSI specializes in stem cell therapy and platelet-rich plasma therapy. From diseases like diabetes and COPD to injuries of the spine and joints, NSI has helped patients recover from disease, heal from injury, and improve quality of life.

NSI is a fully licensed regenerative medicine facility that strictly adheres to FDA guidelines. NSI encourages the public to call with any questions regarding stem cell therapy and how it may pertain to any health concerns. Below, NSI offers tips on selecting the right stem cell clinic for you.

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.

4 Tips for Practicing Preventative Medicine

Practicing Preventative Medicine Improves Health & Helps Cut Health Costs

The trend for practicing preventative medicine has steadily increased, and for good reason. Health costs continue to skyrocket, bringing the need for people to be pro-active in their well-being into sharp focus.

It has always been a good idea that has been encouraged by every legitimate medical field. The National Stem Cell Institute (NSI), one of the U.S.’s leading regenerative medicine clinics, is no exception in this opinion.

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Tips For Cutting Sugar From Your Diet

Whether you are thinking about cutting sugar from your diet because of a particular health issue like diabetes or you are wanting to lose weight or you simply want to eat healthier, there are several things you can do to make your chances of being successful higher.

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11 Great Anti-Aging Foods!

Can we really slow aging? That question has driven humanity to some amazing actions through the centuries. That’s because, for most of that time, mankind was certain the answer to anti-aging always lay beyond the horizon.

We had to find the Fountain of Youth, or dine on the Peaches of Immortality, or (better send your daughter out of the room right now) eat a mermaid. Think of all the trouble that could have been avoided if our ancestors had known they needn’t look any further than their own gardens, streams, and farms.

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10 Tips for Enjoying Healthy Holiday Foods

Check Out These Great Tips on Enjoying Healthy Holiday Foods & Parties at the Same Time!

It’s official! Time for sharing love, laughter, and great holiday eating with family and friends. It can be a joyous time. But if you’re someone who has diabetes or other food-sensitive conditions, it can also a time of temptation and stress.

The nutritionists at the National Stem Cell Institute (NSI) –a leading regenerative medicine clinic based in the United States- know that navigating holiday eating can be tricky. But there’s good news. Delicious, healthy holiday foods can keep you on track without making you feel deprived!

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9 Great Ways to Get Natural Back Pain Relief

With the Right Stretches and Exercises, You Can Keep Back Pain at Bay

For decades, chronic back pain in the United States has been on the rise. It has been estimated that 80% of Americans will have significant back pain at some point in their lives. In fact, chronic lower back pain is now the leading cause of disability in the United States. This doesn’t just take a toll on the sufferer in both pain and medical costs. It also affects national productivity.

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What is Plica Syndrome?

What is Plica Syndrome and How do You Know You Have It?

So, you’ve noticed some knee pain lately. It feels achy in general and hurts when you take the stairs. Sometimes when you get up from a chair, the knee tends to “lock up.” Is it arthritis? Is it a torn knee meniscus? Or is it plica syndrome? Continue reading “What is Plica Syndrome?”

Do Good Carbs Even Exist Anymore?

The Answer is Yes! And Good Carbs Are Delicious!

Good carbs. Bad carbs. There has been an epic fight going on in nutrition for a long while now. In this corner: carbohydrates are great! They fuel us for exercise and sustain our metabolism. In the other corner: carbs are bad! They contribute to the obesity epidemic and can spike blood sugar to dangerously diabetic levels.

So which is it? The ongoing fight has knocked the general public around until we feel confused about our health and constantly punch-drunk. Well, here’s a dose of truth from the nutritional counselors at the National Stem Cell Institute (NSI). Both sides are right. There are good carbs and there are bad carbs. And understanding the difference isn’t as mindboggling as you might think.

Sorting Out the Good Carbs Hype from the Bad Carbs Hype

First off, we need to make one thing clear. Both sides in the controversy can get a little…shall we say…overly enthusiastic. Add to all that, the meteoric rise of particular diet regimens like the low-carbohydrate diet or high-fat ketogenic diet and it’s no wonder it can make your head spin.

And when your head spins, it makes it hard to know which direction to take! Should carbs be avoided altogether? Or should they be rigorously counted? By the end of this article you’ll understand the science behind good carbs and bad carbs, and how to tell the difference. We’ll do some myth busting along the way, too, to shed more light on the macronutrient known as the carbohydrate.

Carbohydrate Basics

So what is a carbohydrate, precisely? A carbohydrate –or carb, for short- is a molecule. Generally speaking, a carb molecule has a hydrogen-oxygen atom ratio of 2:1. Carbs are one of the macronutrients our bodies need to sustain metabolism and energy levels. When we ingest carbs, whether good carbs or bad carbs, our digestive tract turns them into glucose.

This conversion into glucose is critical, because it’s the actual fuel that the body burns to produce heat and make a molecule known as adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Think of ATP as the keeper of the energy storehouse. Its job is to store and release energy according to the needs of our body’s cells

Carbs come in three categories:

  • Sugars are small-chain carbs. They’re the ones that make something taste sweet. Think glucose, sucrose, galactose and fructose, for example. Sugars are frequently labeled as bad carbs.
  • Long-chain glucose. These carbs have a longer chain molecular structure that sugars (hence the name “long-chain glucose”).These get broken down into glucose as they work their way through the digestive tract. Starches in foods like rice, potatoes, breads, and pastas are good examples.
  • Finally, we come to the carbohydrate known as fiber. Unlike sugars and starches, our bodies can’t break down this carb in normal digestion. But that’s not to say they aren’t a valuable macronutrient. Our gut bacteria extract some of the fiber to use as fuel, converting fiber into short chain fatty acids.

Foods that are high in fiber are also great sources of prebiotics which are carbs that serve as food for probiotics, the microorganisms in the digestive tract that are considered “good bacteria” and play an important role in health.

Labeling these macronutrients as good carbs or bad carbs is a relatively new dietary concept.

Our bodies have basically remained the same over the past hundreds of thousands of years. By comparison, civilization as we know it came into being no more than several thousand years ago. That means that for the vast majority of human history, we could no more depend on a steady diet than the wildlife around us. So “good carbs/bad carbs” wasn’t much of an issue. The hot dietary topic for most of human history was simply not starving.

Bad Carbs and What Makes Them “Bad”

Today, however, in many parts of the world –such as the U.S. – food is so abundant and diverse it has tipped the scales toward a different kind of health crisis. In the developed nations, most people don’t have to worry about where their next meal is coming from. But our bodies don’t know that. The same urges that were essential in keeping us alive hundreds of thousands of years ago are still in full career, and show no signs of relenting.

That means we need to be much more aware of what we eat than our very early ancestors had to be. Part of that awareness is to understand the realties –not the hysteria- behind good carbs and bad carbs. A great deal of our modern day health relies on knowing the type of carbs we consume.

Whole, unprocessed foods are generally classified as healthy or “good” carbs.

Think sweet potatoes, bananas, potatoes, brown rice, yucca, legumes and dates, for example. Whole, unprocessed foods like these still have their nutrients intact. Since they’re still in their original state, they haven’t been significantly altered to the point that their nutritional value and fiber content has been negatively impacted.

Now let’s look at the opposite end of the spectrum. Refined carbohydrates are a product of modern civilization. They are foods with little to no nutritional or fiber content present. Refined carbs have gone through a processing method that strips the food product of many essential vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids. Think white flour, white rice, white pasta, pastries, and many processed fruit drinks, for example.

By and large, they’re all about selling a food product and making the consumer come back for more. In other words, refined carbs are designed to hook you on flavor and to trigger that ages-old instinct to eat while the eating’s good. The goal isn’t to nourish you. The goal is to make you buy more.

Good carbs have a very different impact on insulin levels than refined or “bad” carbs do.

A 2013 study that appeared in the American Journal of Epidemiology showed the effects of refined carbohydrates coronary heart disease. It was found that the prolonged intake of bad carbs led to an elevated risk of cardiovascular disease and obesity. This is because processed carbohydrates lead to constant blood sugar fluctuations all through the day. This blood sugar roller coaster impacts overall human performance and longevity.

Meanwhile, researchers from the American Heart Association studied the harmful effects of a high glycemic index when processed carbohydrates are consumed. Processed carbs are considered bad carbs, and are known as high glycemic-load foods.

Impaired glucose intolerance is strongly connected to the consumption of bad carbs.

When these foods are eaten consistently over a period of time, greater concentrations of insulin circulate through the bloodstream. There is little doubt today that high glycemic-load foods cause an increased risk in developing type 2 diabetes and has now also been connected to Alzheimer’s disease.

Good Carbs and What Makes Them “Good”

The news on bad carbs and the way unethical manufacturers are manipulating how we eat has caused a bit of a backlash against carbohydrates in general. The truth is that not all carbohydrates are bad. Healthy carbs (good carbs) are also high in sugar and starch, but they have vastly different effects on the body.

Take for example the purple sweet potato. This source of good carbs is chock full of complex sugar molecules, and unrefined starches. Purple sweet potatoes also have a variety of vitamins, trace minerals, and phytochemicals. They have been shown to help slow cancerous cell growth and boost overall metabolic function and cardiovascular health.

Other examples of foods with good carbs include:

  • Sweet potatoes
  • Bananas
  • Potatoes
  • Brown rice
  • Yucca
  • Legumes
  • Dates
  • Buckwheat
  • Quinoa

Is There Such a Thing As Too Many Good Carbs?

Just like anything else in life, good carbs can be overdone. After all, good carbs are delicious! So, how can you enjoy the great taste of good carbs and reap their nutritional benefits while not fearing the weight scale?

When determining your personal carb count, you’ll want to keep in mind that your nutritional needs will be unique from others. You’ll need to take into account your personal health goals, age, sex, body type, activity/training level and metabolic health. On average, however, for those looking to achieve a healthy weight, 100 to 150 grams of good carbs is ideal for weight management, supporting energy levels, and a sense of overall vitality.

100 to 150 grams of good carbs works out to approximately 15% to 30% of your total daily caloric intake.

You may find it very helpful to find a good carbohydrate calculator online like the one on Calculator.net. You’ll want to keep in mind that these carb calculators are generalized, but they can help you move into the range that brings you closer to your individual needs. For people who have a carb-sensitive disease or neurological condition, such as type 2 diabetes or Alzheimer’s disease, a lower carb regimen may be in order.

Some People Find Carb Cycling an Effective Way to Both Enjoy and Limit Carbs.

Carb cycling is a type of nutritional regimen that centers around taking in more good carbs on specific days of the week while dialing back on them during others. There are specialists in the nutritional science field that believe carb cycling can accelerate weight loss. They may be on to something. It has been shown that cycling good carb days helps in the maintenance of lean muscle mass, assists exercise recovery, and balances out metabolism and hormone regulation.

Always remember, however, that balance is key. For most people, going too low on good carbs can negatively affect health and daily performance. It can impact mood, cognitive performance, aging, hormone imbalance, sleep quality and recovery from exercise. Studies have shown that restricting good carbs can have a negative effect on thyroid function, leading to weight gain, fatigue, brain fog and low mood.

Summarizing the Good Carbs/Bad Carbs Debate

So now we know that there are such things as good carbs. In fact, the right carbs in the right amounts are crucial for optimum health. Good carbs are found in whole foods like tubers (potatoes and sweet potatoes), whole grains, whole grain breads, and fresh fruit. But, like all foods, good carbs should be eaten in moderation.

It’s the bad carbs that are largely behind the controversy and have muddied the waters over the years when debating whether there are good carbs at all. Bad carbs are largely the product of the commercial food market that is focused on profit over consumer health.

The manufacturers rely on refined sugars, carbohydrates, and chemicals to generate flavor.

They “game” the brain’s ancient pleasure centers to bring us back for more, and have little to no regard for the nutritional value of their customers. Bad carbs are in foods like refined white flours, refined sugars, candy, ice cream, the majority of packaged snacks, frozen foods, and fast foods.

While good carbs should be a part of virtually everyone’s healthy diet, the unique health needs of each person should be taken into account. For example, diabetics need to be especially mindful of carb and sugar intake. Be sure to consult with your doctor or nutritional counselor before making changes to your dietary regimen.

There’s no need to fear carbs.

But there is a need to know what kind of carbohydrates you’re putting on your plate. With just a little understanding you can bring good carbs into your life, eliminate bad carbs, and reap the nutritional benefits. So relax and enjoy!

About the National Stem Cell Institute (NSI)

The National Stem Cell Institute (NSI) is a leading regenerative medicine cell clinic based in the United States. NSI specializes in stem cell therapy and platelet-rich plasma therapy. From diseases like diabetes and COPD to injuries of the spine and joints, NSI has helped patients recover from disease, heal from injury, and improve quality of life.

NSI is a fully licensed regenerative medicine facility that strictly adheres to FDA guidelines. NSI encourages the public to call with any questions regarding stem cell therapy and how it may pertain to any health concerns. Below, NSI offers tips on selecting the right stem cell clinic for you.

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.

14 Great Hacks for Exercise that Fit into Your Schedule

Think You Have to Plan Large Blocks of Time for Exercise? Think Again!

We’re just months away now from traditional New Year’s resolution making. Will you be like millions of Americans who pledge to make time for exercise…then lose your motivation weeks (sometimes just days) after? You can take some comfort in knowing that you won’t be the only one. But instead of feeling resigned and guilty, how about learning smart, easy exercise techniques that you can actually make a part of your daily activities and routines? Continue reading “14 Great Hacks for Exercise that Fit into Your Schedule”