Is it true that stem cells are healthier when one is younger?
Posted on June 22, 2016
Yes, younger cells are best. In general, cells in fat are much more durable and stable with age in comparison to bone marrow derived cells where the quantity of stem cells and proliferative potential (vitality) decreases every decade of life. However, even in fat derived cells, the quality of the stem cells does diminish gradually with age and the best cells are stored when you are younger but it’s never too late if you plan.