Regenerative Medicine

Antioxidants vs. Regenerative Cells: Explained


Be honest. You love products and foods that are high in antioxidants. If someone asks you why a face cream works or why you like a certain smoothie you quickly answer, “because it’s high in antioxidants!”

But do you really have any idea what they are? Or what they do? Or why they’re so powerful?

It’s O.K. if you’ve answered “no” to all three of those questions. Most people do. But we’ve got your back.

What Are Antioxidants?

Antioxidants prevent the oxidation of other molecules. And what is oxidation? Oxidation is a chemical reaction that produces things called free radicals. Free radicals cause cell damage and can lead to everything from cancer to a variety of premature aging conditions.

What, Exactly, Do Antioxidants Do?

Antioxidants may protect your cells from free radicals, which in turn may help stave off all kinds of diseases, including heart disease and cancer.

Why Are Antioxidants Powerful?

Antioxidants are powerful because they counteract free radicals. While free radicals do have some positive benefits (like helping our immune system) if too many are produced they can run amok and take our lives with them. An overloading of free radicals is very bad news for our bodies. Fortunately, antioxidants have the power to equalize free radicals and create a harmonious balance with free radicals in our bodies.

What, Exactly, Are Regenerative Cells?

Regeneration is a process where human tissue can heal itself following damage. Regenerative medicine is so unique because it can deliver regenerative cells to damaged areas of the body to potentially heal or improve them.

Regenerative Cells are unique cells in our body, which have the ability to become many different types of cells. These cells can be removed from the bone marrow and fat tissues and then delivered to injured or degenerated areas, such as hip or knee joints suffering from arthritis.

How Do Regenerative Cells Work?

As part of a cell-based treatment, regenerative cells can be collected from bone marrow, fat tissue, and blood with minimal discomfort.

These cells can then be processed in a state of the art laboratory utilizing the latest technology.

Finally, the regenerative cells, in combination with natural growth and healing factors, can be injected where they are needed – such as an inflamed hip or knee joint.

Over time, the cells can potentially repair and regenerate the damaged tissues, resulting in relief of pain and improvement in mobility and function.


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