We have heard it all of our adult lives: diet and exercise are key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. However, did you know that how you are treating your body now can potentially have an effect on your stem cells? The impact that fatty food and processed sugars have on our bodies can harm us down to a cellular level. Certain diets are better than others when it comes to maintaining healthy cells. At Stem Cell Miami we pioneer research for highly renowned treatment methods for stem cell therapy. The health of our patients is our type priority, from FDA approvals down to instructing you on the best-balanced diet for your day to day life.

Why Do I Need Healthy Cells?

These specialized cells are found in your body tissues. Their function is to repair damaged tissues and restore tissues that turn over quickly such as blood, skin, or the lining of the intestine. It’s important to keep these cells healthy in order to keep that process going. The stem cell circulating in our cardiovascular system blood canals are constantly working to patrol, clean, and rebuild our arteries. This makes a huge impact on the overall health of our cardiovascular system.


Recent studies have shown that those with low blood sugar levels (i.e. those with diabetes) have fewer of these cells in their blood. The result of these low number of cells is a deteriorating functioning system, which can be detrimental. Especially in the event that you procure a serious disease, such as cancer, sometime later in life. By taking care of these cells now through stem cell therapy, you are building a stronger and healthier body. Similar to how we get the flu shot every year to save us from sickness, you need to work to take care of your stem cell tissues every day in order for your repairing system to continue functioning at a higher rate. You can do this by implementing and sticking to a healthy balance of diet and exercise.


Which Diets Are Good For Our Stem Cells?


Some people look at dieting as causing a huge lifestyle change that can be hard to stick to. But it doesn’t have to be like that. You can choose one of the diets below to kickstart your healthy lifestyle. If you find it difficult to keep up with, try keeping track of your MACROS (carbs, fat, and protein) to ensure you aren’t consuming too much sugar on a daily or weekly basis. Here are a few diets that we recommend for a way to start your new healthy lifestyle. These are low glycemic diets that will help to improve your cardiovascular system by lowering your blood sugar, and ultimately, preserve an copious amounts of stem cells in your body.

  1.       Weight Watchers
  2.       South Beach Diet
  3.       Keto Diet


More About Stem Cell Miami


Stem Cell Miami focuses on stem cell therapy for the vast population that suffers from painful orthopedic conditions. For over 15 years, the team at the Stem Cell Miami Institute has been heralded as true pioneers in the field of Regenerative Medicine, having performed thousands of stem cell procedures, while also delivering extremely positive results and with no adverse reactions reported to date. Contact us for more information!

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