Stem cells have received a lot of media attention in the last few years. What we know is that every human being has them, in varying amounts, depending on several factors. I think the important question is, “How do we increase our bodies’ production of these cells when we need them?“
Tuesday, April 27th
US Time: 6pm PT, 7pm MT, 8pm CT, 9pm ET
Here’s what to expect from tonight’s webinar:
“In this presentation, we will describe stem cells and explain the differences between embryonic stem cells and adult stem cells, thus giving viewers a more accurate understanding of the information shown in mainstream media pertaining to stem cells.
The core of the presentation will focus on the natural roles of adult stem cells in the body and what we can do to support those roles. Finally, we will describe the discovery and development of the first stem cell enhancer and the implications of this discovery to health and wellness.”
~ Christian Drapeau, Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer,
About Christian Drapeau:
Mr. Drapeau is an author (Cracking The Stem Cell Code), research scientist and neurophysiologist with over thirteen years of research experience in the fields of natural foods and nutrition. While pursuing scientific research in collaboration with various universities and research centers on the health benefits of certain botanical raw materials, he has lectured on nutrition to thousands of people since 1994, presenting profound health information and insights with clarity and humor.
Mr. Drapeau has been the Director of Research and Development at Cell Tech International and then Desert Lake Technologies, before co-founding STEMTech HealthSciences and becoming its Chief Science Officer. Based on research he produced and information he researched produced by numerous scientific teams, Mr. Drapeau and his collaborators proposed in 2001 a breakthrough theory on adult stem cell physiology. He is the co-inventor of the revolutionary product StemEnhance and author of the Stem Cell Theory of Renewal, detailed in his new book Cracking the Stem Cell Code.