Cracking the Stem Cell Code:
What’s New, What’s Real & What’s next in Stem Cell Science
Christian Drapeau is America’s best known advocate for Adult Stem Cell research and the health applications of Adult Stem Cell science. He gained worldwide recognition when a Nobel Prize winning discovery in 2008 affirmed what Christian had been advocating for years: the role of Adult Stem Cells in the body is nothing less than its natural healing system.
He is credited as the founder of the field of Stem Cell Nutrition.
Stem Cell Theory of Renewal:
Demystifying the Most Dramatic Scientific Breakthrough of our Time
Are the functions of Adult Stem Cells really the most dramatic scientific breakthrough of our times?
Visionary Stem Cell Scientist and Stem Cell Nutrition expert Christian Drapeau says ‘Absolutely Yes’ as he explains the science and implications behind the body’s natural renewal system.
Adult Stem Cells in your bone marrow constitute the natural healing system of your body. Wherever there is an injury or damage to any organ, stem cells are released from the bone marrow. They migrate to that organ and become healthy cells of that organ, literally repairing the damaged tissue.
The implications of new developments in Adult Stem Cell science for health and wellness are mind boggling.
ALLAN SOMERSALL, PHD, MD
Cracking the Stem Cell Code demystifies the most important scientific breakthrough of our times. It reveals the far reaching potential of Adult Stem Cells in human health and wellness and looks at what’s new, what’s real and what’s next in stem cell science. One of the most important books of this generation. Adult stem cells are now front and center in human physiology. The author demonstrates why they now impact everybody, every day. He argues from scientific literature why they now constitute the natural renewal system in health and disease. Christian Drapeau makes his case brilliantly.
The author has taken complex scientific studies and made them understandable to everyone. For the scientist , there are ample citations of peer-reviewed published papers. For the non-scientists the biological activities associated with adult stem cells are clearly and simply laid out. Is a quality piece of work and will convince the reader of the importance of stem cells for optimal health.
J. S. Veitch
This is a readable but also technical description of new research that explains in detail how our own blood keeps us healthy. Of course you’ve always known that, haven’t you? No you didn’t, and neither did I. What I was taught, what is still being taught in some universities, is not wrong, it’s just incomplete. Stem cells are only a tiny part of your blood, perhaps as little as 0.005% of the blood, and they’ve been ignored, because until a few years ago nobody could prove that they did anything.
Christian Drapeau explains what bone marrow stem cells do in your blood, and in your tissues. This new knowledge is changing the understanding of the human body and creating a revolution in medical science. Well worth a read.