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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about fasting and stem cells. A stem cell is a cell that doesn’t have a purpose yet, it turns into something when the body needs a certain cell. There are certain parts of the body that can turnover cells very quickly, some would take longer and others wouldn’t. What triggers stem cells is the prolonged fasting for 72 hours or even longer. The fat-burning effect that occurs in fasting really helps to fuel the stem cells.
Certain Parts of the Body that can Turnover New Cells:
• Hippocampus – It is a part of the brain that involves in a relay switch with memory and stress responses.
• Beta Cells (Pancreas)
• Bone – The immune cells can be replaced.
• Colon Cells
PKA – A gene that needs to shut down for stem cells to spread and rebuild. Prolonged fasting could lower PKA.
Hey guys! Today I am gonna talk about fasting and stem cells. Now, I hate to break the news, but you are going to die. Eventually. Hopefully not any time soon, but this video is about extending your life a little bit longer and increasing the quality. Now, as far as the aging goes in the cell it has to do with the inability to repair. Where the cell could not longer repair, it ages fast. If we could actually replace the old cells that can't repair then we can live longer and we do that to what its called stem cells. A stem cell is a cell that doesn’t have a purpose yet, it turns into something when the body needs a certain cell. There are certain parts of the body that can turnover the cells very quickly, others would take longer and others never turnover any new cells. But the hippocampus in the brain, it is a part of the brain that involves in a relay switch with memories and stress responses and this is a one area which you can turnover new cells and can actually regenerate cells in this part of the body. Thank goodness for that! Even beta cells, there has been studies in mice that you can actually have stem cell replaced in the beta cells that where the insulin is produced and if you have insulin type 1, you have severe damage to that cell. Even bone, the immune cells in bone can be replaced. Colon cells, they replace very very quick, the skin cells get replaced pretty quick. So what triggers stem cells is the prolong fasting. I am talking about 72 hours or even longer. If you are going to do periodic prolong fasting, you are gonna greatly improve stem cells. The fat burning effect that occurs with fasting really helps to fuel this stem cells. There is something called PKA, this is a gene that needs to be shut down for stem cells to spread and rebuild. And, guess what would lower this? Prolonged fasting. And there's a few reason why fasting would increase your lifespan, the stimulation of stem cells is definitely one of them. So I am gonna covering a lot more of this in upcoming summit. I put a link down below for more information. Hope to see you there!
Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University.
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