Thanks to stem cells, our body lives and functions.
The human body begins with a single stem cell-the zygote. In the future, its rapid division begins, resulting in new organs and tissues.
Research scientists have made it possible to conclude that at a young age, a person has one stem cell per 100 thousand standard cells. It is from it that 100 thousand cells are constantly updated and replaced with new ones.
When you reach the age of 50, 500 thousand normal cells are held on a single stem cell. A single stem cell is no longer able to cope with this load, and the body stops updating its organs and tissues at the right pace. As a result, the body wears out, becomes decrepit, and the person himself faces all the troubles of old age – reduced performance and endurance, chronic fatigue, forgetfulness.