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World-First Trials Have Been Launched to Treat Parkinson’s and Blindness With Embryonic Stem Cells

Surgeons in China are using human embryos in a science experiment aimed at treating Parkinson’s disease and vision loss. According to Science Alert, this is groundbreaking in that these scientists are using actual embryonic cells, as opposed to unfertilized ones used in similar studies. However, some scientists believe the research is uncertain because the cells aren’t specialized enough.

Stem cell therapy is an ongoing science that has fascinated researchers for at least two decades. While the ethics of using embryonic cells are still in question, it’s already known that stem cells — embryonic or adult — have immeasurable uses in human health. For example, stem cells precisely injected can be effective interventions, capable of regenerating damaged tissue. They can even transform destructive cells into helpful repair cells.

To that end, it’s possible to use your own stem cells as a safe treatment option in some cases. But it’s also known that this same stem cell therapy is ideally incorporated as part of a comprehensive treatment plan that includes a healthy anti-inflammatory diet, exercise, and other lifestyle factors that can influence inflammation, such as sleep.

On the whole, your chances of success are radically improved if you eat real food, eliminate processed foods, and focus on high-quality fats while minimizing net carbohydrates (total carbs minus fiber), along with moderate protein. This kind of diet helps upregulate your body's innate repair and regenerative systems. Most importantly, you radically downregulate inflammation, which is one of the core variables contributing to much of the pathology generating the damage.

Certain nutrients and supplements can help stem cells grow more efficiently, too, such as vitamins C and D, glucosamine and chondroitin, curcumin, resveratrol, bitter melon, and the amino acid l-carnosine.
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