31. May, 2019

Fasting can actually trigger the regeneration of your body’s sleeping stem cells.

Health Is Wealth – Here is some information you can use to reverse

Aging and boost Stem Cells in Just Hours.


Studies have shown fasting to be a powerful treatment for:

Heart disease:  High blood pressure:  Diabetes: Cancer:  Arthritis: 

But fasting does something even more incredible for your health...

The latest research proves that fasting can actually trigger the regeneration of your body’s sleeping stem cells. 

As you know, stem cells are the supply of healthy “replacement cells” you were born with. Your body assigns them regularly to replace cells that are damaged, old or dying. 

And groundbreaking new research from a prestigious California university revealed that intermittent fasting could actually trigger stem cell regeneration of new immune system cells. The study is the first to show a natural trigger for the regeneration of an organ or system through stem cells.6>

Reverse Aging and Boost Stem Cells in Just Hours

Today we’re used to eating three meals a day, plus snacks. That can make fasting seem insurmountable. I recommend starting out with intermittent fasting. There are two kinds I suggest:

  1. Start with a simple 16:8 fast. This plan involves fasting for 16 hours. In other words, you have an 8-hour time period in which you can eat. Then you fast for the remaining 16 hours. Here’s an example. You eat breakfast at 10 a.m. and lunch around 1 p.m. Dinner is over by 6 p.m. with no additional food until the next day.
  2. Then move to the 20:4 fast. You can do the 16:8 fast every day. But once a week or so, I recommend doing a longer 20:4 fast. It has a four-hour eating widow followed by 20 hours of not eating. I suggest eating between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. Aim for one or two small meals during this time.

Once you’ve tackled intermittent fasting, try to fast for 24 hours — at least a couple times a month. It’s the best way to give your Second Immune System — and your stem cells — an age-reversing boost.