The golden years.

The golden years means different things to different people.

Some people view their childhood as the best years of their lives, while others look at their teens or maybe even their later years, such as their 50ties or 60ties.

Few are fortunate enough to look back over their lives and be able to say “they were all golden years”.

Many unfortunate things can happen to us to make life difficult, however most of us succeed in putting them behind us as a better things arrive and we look forward to a happier future.

However one of the greatest difficulties we have to overcome is ongoing sickness and it is a great day when we succeed in restoring our health and with it the golden years.

Unfortunately, when we have to resort to medical drugs this means we are committed to their use into the future as drugs do not cure anything and commonly only hide the real cause of our problems.

Often the drugs result in side effects and then we have to put up with these or otherwise resort to taking more drugs to overcome these side effects.

“According to medical associations, the notorious side effects of medical drugs have become the fourth main cause of death after infarction, cancer, and apoplexy”. (Journal of the American Medical Association, April 15, 1998.

I can assure you it hasn't improved since.

However there is good news now arriving due to progress now being made with stem cells.

We now know that stem cells are the body’s own natural repair system and if we can do anything to improve the body’s ability to increase its own supply of stem cells, this will materially improve our health.

To understand this we now know that by the time that we reach around 30 the body’s ability to produce these stem cells starts to deteriorate and as time goes on, we start to experience various physical problems and illnesses.

This is due to the fact that the body cannot maintain the supply of these important cells and our ability to remain healthy deteriorates.

Our stem cells are largely derived from our bone marrow and when we were young these cells were what is known as red cells, but as we get older these cells become yellow and are unable to maintain their ability to adequately maintain our health.

There has been a great breakthrough in improving our body’s ability to sustain these important cells and if you would like to find out more on this, leave the golden years – go to Stem cell breakthrough.

To the future golden years.