Natural Eye Care Announces New Stem Cell Support Package

stem cellsStem cells are undifferentiated cells that can grow into any type of cell. In the future, stem cells may be used to make cells and tissues to treat many diseases. The adult body naturally contains some stem cells in the brain, blood vessels, bone marrow, skeletal muscle, teeth, skin, heart, gut, liver, and other organs and tissues. These cells are crucial for self-repair. Natural stem cells appear to lay dormant until they are needed to fight damage or diseases.

Natural Eye Care has prepared a special Stem Cell Support Package containing two supplements: Stem Xcell Pro and Royal Jelly.

stem cell support packageStem Xcell Pro was designed by leading university scientists. The supplement contains a blend of enzymes to help deliver essential antioxidants. The aim is to support cell regeneration and cognitive function by promoting the health, proliferation, and maintenance of stem cells. All-vegetarian and free of genetically modified ingredients, Stem Xcell Pro includes Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol) Vegetarian 2000 IU 500%, Proprietary Blend NT-020 800 mg, Biovin® Advanced Red Grape Extract ( Vitis vinifera) (5% resveratrol), Blueberry Powder (fruit) (vaccinium corymbosum), Carnosine, Green Tea Extract (Leaf), VitaBlue® Blueberry Extract (fruit), Botanical Enhance Enzymes, Hemicellulase HCU, Cellulase CU, Pectinase (w/ Phytase) Endo-PGU, Xylanase XU, Defenze™ Antioxidant Blend, Catalase, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Glutathione (reduced), Superoxide Dismutase (SOD), and Protease Thera-blend™ HUT.

You may have heard that Royal Jelly is made by bees. This jelly is fed to a female drone to turn it into a queen bee. Royal Jelly is considered a super food for humans. Studies have found that Royal Jelly supports stem cell renewal. Traditionally, Royal Jelly has been used for inflammatory and oxidative stress conditions.

The Stem Cell Support Package may be helpful for eye diseases that cause apoptosis (cell death) in the retina or optic nerve. For example, retinitis pigmentosa, rod-cone dystrophy, optic nerve atrophy, macular degeneration, Stargardt’s disease, and diabetic retinopathy cause significant apoptosis of eye cells.