StemFlo delivers triple-defense response to support your body’s ability to naturally renew itself. Comprised of a propriety blend of all-natural herbs, nutrients and botanicals, StemFlo helps to support blood circulation by offering the following:
Reduces Oxidative Stress: StemFlo contains powerful antioxidant ingredients available helping to lower oxidative stress, StemFlo helps keep oxidative damage and fibrin production in check.*
Breaks Down Excess Fibrin: StemFlo contains proteolytic enzymes that help digest fibrin. Reducing excess fibrin buildup ensures optimal blood flow in smaller blood vessels and capillaries.*
Oxidative Stress Reduction – Detoxification – StemFlo contains ingredients which have been shown to assist in the elimination of toxins from the body.*
In one study, StemFlo was documented to support optimal blood flow; supporting blood circulation in capillaries by reducing blood markers associated with fibrin production and oxidative stress. Fibrin is a protein that can buildup and impede optimal blood flow.*
The process of cellular regeneration is essential to helping you maintain optimum health. Many people do not realize that adult stem cells play a key role in the natural renewal of your body and are essential for the maintenance and repair of organs and tissue throughout your lifetime. Factors such as daily exposure to environmental toxins, physical activity, poor diet, stress and the aging process may cause a decline in your body’s ability to renew itself – putting your wellness at stake.
Your Body’s Natural Renewal Process
Science has shown that the most important parameter is the number of stem cells circulating in the bloodstream. However, to be able to play their reparative role, stem cells must be able to circulate in every parts of the body. Allowing stem cells to freely flow through the circulatory system maximizes their ability to reach tissues in need.
Better Blood Circulation
In addition to cellular regeneration, our health depends upon our circulatory system’s ability to deliver life-sustaining nutrients and oxygen to every part of the body, while at the same time, removing detrimental toxins and waste that can potentially lead to a variety of health problems. Maintaining good circulatory health is paramount for optimal health throughout the entire body.
Among other factors there are three key areas that are important to maintaining a good circulatory health:
1. Reduce Oxidative Stress : Antioxidant ingredients are important to help reduce oxidative damage and fibrin production. Antioxidants neutralize the production of damaging free radicals in the body.
Mangosteen : An extraordinary fruit originally from Southeast Asia that is well known for its antioxidant properties. Antioxidants neutralize the production of damaging free radicals in the body.
Grape : Grape contain a variety of molecules like proanthocyanidins and resveratrol that have been documented to be among the most potent antioxidants.
Cat’s Claw : Also known as the “sacred herb of the rainforest”, this tropical vine, found in the jungles of the Amazonian Basin, provides potent antioxidant support and increased circulation.
Lemon Extract : A great source of bioflavonoids, especially Hesperidin, which is
well documented to support collagen and connective tissue formation, supporting the proper functioning of fine microvasculature.
2. Break Down Excess Fibrin : Fibrin is a protein that can build up and impede optimal blood flow in the microvasculature. Reducing excess fibrin buildup ensures optimal blood flow in smaller blood vessels and capillaries. The presence of Fibrinolytic enzymes helps digest fibrin.
Fibrinerase (Enzyme Blend) : A proprietary blend of active enzymes that help digest excess fibrin in the blood, supporting optimal blood flow.
3. Purify the Blood : This involved the elimination of toxins from the blood.
Curcumin : Curcumin comes from the turmeric plant and has been used for centuries in Asia to help purify the blood and detoxify the body.
Warning : Like with any dietary supplement it is recommended that you consult your physician if you are pregnant, nursing, and anticoagulant medications or being treated for any medical illness or taking medications.