Stem Cell Nutrition for Pets and Horses

Plant-based stem cell enhancers have been shown to support the release of millions of stem cells from the bone marrow very quickly. These stem cells can then migrate and attach to any cells, tissue, bone, muscle, cartilage, organ anywhere in the body needing repair. Once they attach, they become that tissue and multiply 3 to 5000 times. When there is an injury or a stress to an organ of your beloved pet or horse, compounds are released that reach the bone marrow and trigger the release of stem cells. Stem Cells can be thought of as “master” cells and circulate and function to replace dysfunctional cells, thus fulfilling the natural process of maintaining optimal health. 

As they do in humans, adult stem cells reside in animal’s bone marrow, where they are released whenever there is a problem somewhere in the body. Looking back on stem cell research, we realize that most studies have been done with animals, mostly mice, but also with dogs, horses, pigs, sheep and cattle. These studies have revealed that animal stem cells conduct themselves the same way human stem cells do.

The recent advance in stem cell research was listed as one of the most significant health-related stories in the past 25 years by CNN. According to the New England Journal of Medicine, the number of stem cells circulating in the blood stream is one of the best indicators of health. Traditional health supplements nourish existing cells; they do not renew tissues.

Why Do Pets need Stem Cell Nutrition?

As your pets grow older, the number of circulating stem cells gradually decreases, leaving your furry friends more susceptible to injury and other health challenges. By supporting the natural release of adult stem cells from the bone marrow, stem cell nutrition supports your pet’s ongoing health.

Stem Cells, Animals and Arthritis

Arthritis is painful inflammation and stiffness of the joints. Inflammation is part of the body’s response as a protective mechanism to remove damaged cells, irritants, and infection from an area to start a healing process. The major complaint by people and animals that have arthritis is joint pain and stiffness.

How Can Adult Stem Cells Help Arthritis?

Research now shows that the body heals itself via the migration of adult stem cells from the bone marrow. When cells are damaged they release a compound that calls adult stem cells to the damage. Providing the adult stem cells can get to the damaged tissue the adult stem cells can turn into that tissue and become more of that tissue, therefore renewing and healing the damage.

For example in Arthritis:
  • Adult stem cells can become Chondrocytes. Chondrocytes are the cells that produce new cartilage.
  • Adult stem cells can become new bone cells; Adult stem cells have been linked with an increase of Lubricin (a protein found in joint fluid that acts like a shock absorber). So, adult stem cells can be very beneficial in the prevention and management of Arthritis.

What the Future Holds..........

Adult stem cell therapies are here to stay and are showing even greater promise than originally believed possible. Now being offered in many countries, they are playing a larger role in overall health, wellness and performance, not only in the equine world, but for the benefit of humans and their companion animals. With advances occurring almost daily, research in veterinary medicine currently conducted on horses, dogs and cats, shows great promise (for animals and humans) for many common health issues such as neuromuscular and ligament/tendon issues to organ repair and regeneration.

New Hope for Animals with Stem Cell Nutrition

Lynn Peck, DVM. I have been a veterinarian for nineteen years and have 26 years of research experience. For the last 11 years, I have been learning, practicing, and doing research in alternative therapies, such as homeopathy, acupuncture, bodywork and nutrition. In researching stem cell nutrition, I use it on both myself and on the animals in my care. I noticed a lighter, happier frame of mind and increased energy within two days of starting the product myself. I am currently treating a dozen or so dogs, and several horses with stem cell nutrition. 
One of my canine patients, around 14 years of age, had gone into a mental decline. She was lethargic, antisocial, and incontinent. After 3 days of taking stem cell nutrition, the dog became perkier and her general attitude improved markedly. She stopped having “accidents” in the house. After a month, the owner commented that the dog seemed several years younger. The stem cell nutrition had a positive effect on every level – mental, physical and emotional. I treated one horse five months after it had been bitten by a poisonous insect, possibly a brown recluse spider, on the right hind leg. The leg was still swollen to three times its normal size and was covered by open wounds and granulation tissue. Various treatments brought some improvement, but the healing seemed to accelerate when we introduced stem cell nutrition. I am enthusiastic about the early results of my experiments with stem cell nutrition.