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Becoming Your Own Stem Cell Producing Machine

Updated 1/24/2020

Medically Reviewed by Dr. Vibhuti Rana, PhD - Written by Dan Jackowiak Nc, HHP

Dr. Vibhuti Rana, PhD says... the information mentioned in the article below about stem cells is medically correct.

What do stem cells have to do with yeast infections? Actually, they can have a lot to do with this condition.  More often than not, the presence of another disease has weakened the bodies’ immune system to the point that it allows the yeast infection to develop and spread. So what if we could repair this old damage and treat the underlying disease while simultaneously getting rid of the yeast? Wouldn't that restore the body to complete health or at least let you achieve the best health possible for you?

We now understand that much healing occurs when generic adult stem cells migrate from the bone marrow to replace sick or damaged tissue by growing into new healthy new specialized cells. Evidence is documented to show that Glyconutrients significantly enhance this process.

These are NOT embryonic stem cells, human embryos are not involved at all. Matter of fact, embryonic stem cells don't work, it is a failed science. These are adult stem cells, which do work, and are already in our bodies and it is estimated that by taking Glyconutritionals daily, ONE adult alone can produce more stem cells than all the research embryos currently in all of North America combined!

What if you could "get" your own "stem cell therapy" with all the potential regeneration benefits, and do it at a fraction of the conventional medical cost ($100,000+), and do it without any risk?

According to Dr. Reg McDaniel, the body is able to do its own natural "stem cell therapy" when it receives enough Glyconutrients. Evidently, according to Dr. Reg, there are numerous free floating stem cells in your blood that are available to do "stem cell therapy" wherever it is most needed in the body, and they are ACTIVATED and enabled to do their work by Glyconutrients.

About Dr. Reg McDaniel

Dr. McDaniel is a graduate of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School & has spent 30 years practicing anatomical & clinical pathology, including positions as the Director of Pathology & Laboratories and Director of Medical Education at Dallas-Ft Worth Medical Center. In 1981 he began research at Fisher Institute for Medical Research using bean extract to stimulate the immune system. In 1985, he took the work of scientists that had isolated the active principle of the Aloe Vera Plant, and conducted the first government-monitored studies in humans using this Glyconutrient, aloe polymannose (manapol®), the results were without precedent. He devoted his attention to the potential of Glyconutrients and other plant micronutrients in order to restore health for numerous conditions mediated by the nutritional support of normal gene-regulated biochemistry.

In 1996, the American Naturopathic Medical Association recognized this work with their annual “Discovery of the Year Award”. Also, Dr. McDaniel was a consultant to Carrington Laboratories for nine years. Currently, he has taken on the role of Medical Director of MannaRelief Ministries. Dr. McDaniel assists in the mission to get micronutrients to children whose parents could never afford the products ( He has published numerous educational papers on the effects of glyconutritionals in relation to various disease conditions.


Published Research Papers

Adult stem cells effective in tissue repair

Stroke—Adult stem cells from brain, bone marrow, and umbilical cord blood provide therapeutic benefit after stroke. The cells appear to "home" to sites of damage.

*Arvidsson A et al.; "Neuronal replacement from endogenous precursors in the adult brain after stroke"; Nature Medicine published online; 5 August 2002

*Riess P et al.; "Transplanted neural stem cells survive, differentiate, and improve neurological motor function after experimental traumatic brain injury"; Neurosurgery 51, published online October 2002

*Li Y et al.; "Human marrow stromal cell therapy for stroke in rat"; Neurology 59, 514-523; August 2002

*Chen J et al.; "Intravenous administration of human umbilical cord blood reduces behavioral deficits after stroke in rats"; Stroke 32, 2682-2688; November 2001

Spinal Cord Injury—Adult stem cells capable of re-growth and reconnection in spinal cord.

*Hofstetter CP et al., "Marrow stromal cells form guiding strands in the injured spinal cord and promote recovery", Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 99, 2199-2204; 19 February 2002

*Sasaki M et al., "Transplantation of an acutely isolated bone marrow fraction repairs demyelinated adult rat spinal cord axons," Glia 35, 26-34; July 2001

*Ramón-Cueto A et al., "Functional recovery of paraplegic rats and motor axon regeneration in their spinal cords by olfactory ensheathing glia," Neuron 25, 425-435; February 2000.

Diabetes—Liver or pancreatic adult stem cells can form insulin-secreting islets.

*Horb ME et al.; Experimental conversion of liver to pancreas. Current Biology, 13, 105–115; 21 Jan 2003

*Abraham et al.; "Insulinotropic hormone glucagon-like peptide-1 differentiation of human pancreatic islet derived progenitor cells into insulin-producing cells"; Endocrinology 143, 3152-3161; August 2002

*Yang L et al.; "In vitro trans-differentiation of adult hepatic stem cells into pancreatic endocrine hormone producing cells"; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 99, 8078-8083; 11 June 2002

*Ramiya VK et al.; "Reversal of insulin-dependent diabetes using islets generated in vitro from pancreatic stem cells," Nature Medicine 6, 278-282, March 2000.

Adult stem cells effective in tissue repair Heart Damage—Bone marrow and muscle stem cells repair damage after heart attack.

*Stamm C et al.; "Autologous bone-marrow stem-cell transplantation for myocardial regeneration"; The Lancet 361, 45-46; 4 January 2003

*Tse H-F et al.; "Angiogenesis in ischaemic myocardium by intramyocardial autologous bone marrow mononuclear cell implantation"; The Lancet 361, 47-49; 4 January 2003

*Strauer BE et al.; "Repair of infarcted myocardium by autologous intracoronary mononuclear bone marrow cell transplantation in humans"; Circulation 106, 1913-1918; 8 October 2002

*Menasché P et al. "Myoblast transplantation for heart failure." Lancet 357, 279-280; 27 January 2001

*Toma C et al.; "Human mesenchymal stem cells differentiate to acardiomyocyte phenotype in the adult murine heart"; Circulation. 105, 93-98; 1/8 January 2002

*Orlic D et al., "Mobilized bone marrow cells repair the infarcted heart, improving function and survival"; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 98, 10344-10349, 28 August 2001.

*Orlic D et al.; "Bone marrow cells regenerate infarcted myocardium"; Nature 410, 701-705; 5 April 2001

Parkinson’s Disease—Neural stem cells can form all neuron types, migrate throughout brain to repair damage, and prevent loss of neurons associated with Parkinson’s disease.

*Åkerud P et al.; "Persephin-overexpressing neural stem cells regulate the function of nigral dopaminergic neurons and prevent their degeneration in a model of Parkinson’s disease"; Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 21, 205-222; Nov 2002

*Ourednik J et al.; "Neural stem cells display an inherent mechanism for rescuing dysfunctional neurons"; Nature Biotechnology 20, 1103-1110; Nov 2002

Using the patient’s own adult neural stem cells, a group at Los Angeles Cedars-Sinai Medical Center report a reversal of symptoms in the first Parkinson’s patient treated. American Association of Neurological Surgeons meeting, 8 April 2002

Current Clinical Uses of Adult Stem Cells

  • Cancers—Lymphomas, multiple myeloma, leukemias, breast cancer, neuroblastoma, renal cell carcinoma, ovarian cancer

  • Autoimmune diseases—multiple sclerosis, systemic lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, scleromyxedema, Crohn’s disease

  •  Different forms of Anemia (including sickle cell anemia)

  • Immunodeficiencies—including human gene therapy

  • Bone/cartilage deformities—children with osteogenesis imperfecta

  • Corneal scarring-generation of new corneas to restore sight 

  • Stroke—neural cell implants in clinical trials

  • Repairing cardiac tissue after heart attack—bone marrow or muscle stem cells from patient

  • Parkinson’s—retinal stem cells or patient’s own neural stem cells

  • Growth of new blood vessels—e.g., preventing gangrene 

  • Gastrointestinal epithelia—regenerate damaged ulcerous tissue 

  • Skin—grafts grown from hair follicle stem cells, after plucking a few hairs from patient

Medical Review by Dr. Vibhuti Rana, PhD

I am not endorsing the use of any glyconutrient supplements. However, the information mentioned in the above article is correct.

It has now been widely accepted and understood in the scientific as well as non-scientific community that the advent of stem cells has brightened the future of therapeutic sciences like never before. As mentioned in the article, use of adult or differentiated stem cells from your own body could help in recovering from numerous infections and health conditions.

In a recent study conducted by Schneider et al in 2018, it has been shown that stem cells from the female vaginal walls (human uterine cervical stem cells cultured medium) can be efficiently used to treat fungal infections brought about by Candida albicans, in addition to its previously known roles of antitumor and antibacterial properties. Apart from showing an inhibitory activity ranging from ranged from 57.5 to 96.6% for fluconazole-susceptible Candida species of Candida albicans, Candida glabrata, and Candida parapsilosis. (1)

According to María Luisa Gil, Professor, Microbiology, University of Valencia, "When stem cells interact directly with the Candida albicans microorganism, it quickly leads to the conversion of these cells into mature myeloid cells -neutrophil, monocyte, macrophages and dendritic cells-, which are what fuel our natural immune system, our first defense against infections." (2) Thus, hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells initiate the process of recognizing C. albicans in vitro and preparing inflammatory macrophage based attack to tackle the same. (3)

As far as glyconutrients are concerned, they are not drugs, but healthy supplements. In fact, according to expert author Spencer Hunt, the eight essential glyconutrients have been clinically shown to be the ONLY supplement that has boosted the number of stem cells in the body. (4)

1. Schneider J, Mateo E, Marcos-Arias C, et al. Antifungal Activity of the Human Uterine Cervical Stem Cells Conditioned Medium (hUCESC-CM) Against Candida albicans and Other Medically Relevant Species of Candida [published correction appears in Front Microbiol. 2019 Jun 11;10:1297]. Front Microbiol. 2018;9:2818. Published 2018 Nov 21. doi:10.3389/fmicb.2018.02818.
2. Javier Megías et al. TLR2, TLR4 and Dectin-1 signalling in hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells determines the antifungal phenotype of the macrophages they produce, Microbes and Infection (2016). DOI: 10.1016/j.micinf.2016.01.005.
3. Using stem cells to boost immunity against Candida albicans infections. Asociacion. October 26, 2016  RUVID, Spain
4. Stem Cell Research and Glyconutrients Supplements. December 08, 2008

Produce your own stem cells by taking Glyconutrients

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