Did you know that there are some cells in your body that are the hardest working?
They are called Stem Cells.
They reproduce again and again so you don’t have to look ugly.
1 Peter 3:3-4English Standard Version (ESV)
3 Do not let your adorning be external—the braiding of hair and the putting on of gold jewelry, or the clothing you wear— 4 but let your adorning be the hidden person of the heart with the imperishable beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which in God’s sight is very precious.
O.K. To start with something, you know how I said Stem Cells are the hardest working cell in your body?
They are the hardest working because we
lose 400,000 Skin Cells an HOUR! So we need something or someone to replace them right?
There is so much to learn about Stem Cells, so it would probably be better if we got started.
If you have too many proteins in your body, Stem Cells can’t reproduce or differentiate.
They reproduce into daughter cells or mother cells.
In adults, Stem Cells are also called “Embryonic”.
If you look at the slide show above^^^, you can see that if you keep looking, one of the captions say “Adult Stem Cells/Embryonic.”
Cord blood comes from the umbilical cord of a woman that is done conceiving.
Cord blood has more than enough Stem Cells in it and has saved many lives from Stem Cell loss.
(Stem Cells that turn into blood are called “hematopoietic.”)
I hope this is helpful.
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Stem Cells can also carry notifications to the brain.
(They act like nerves in a way.)
And help your body, too!
So, now do you see how Stem Cells are so important in our everyday lives?!?!
That’s all for now!