Out From Under the FDA’s Heel

A medical revolution is happening as we speak…

And the great state of Texas is leading the charge.

It started because people like you finally got fed up with the chokehold the FDA has on medicine.

Let me explain…

The FDA is controlled by bureaucrats who were hired from Big Pharma and the medical establishment.

They refuse to approve life-saving therapies without years of tightly controlled clinical trials. In the meantime, real people are suffering. And even dying.

But Texas is on track to become the first state to explicitly back stem cell therapies.

And it’s about time states took this power away from the FDA.

Texas just passed a bill allowing clinics and companies to offer therapies even if they haven’t been approved by the FDA.

It’s called the “right to try” law and more than 30 states are considering following suit.

The Texas bill will allow people to choose miraculous stem cell therapy.

One legislator pleaded with his colleagues to pass the law so his paralyzed wife could have a chance to walk again.

Of course, the medical establishment is up in arms. They don’t want you to have access to stem cell therapy. They call it experimental and unproven and unsafe.

The FDA claims stem cells are drugs. And they want to regulate them like a drug…

And if the FDA can’t control stem cells, they can’t profit from them!

Stem cells are your body’s master cells.

They can be transformed into virtually every cell type. They allow your body to regenerate damaged tissue in any organ from your brain to your heart to your liver.

They can even make your face and skin look 15 years younger.

Decades ago scientists thought stem cells had to be harvested from embryos. But now we know that your body has its own supply of these regenerating cells. They are stored in your body’s adipose or fat tissue.

Studies show these stem cells can:

  • regenerate brain circuits and reverse severe stroke damage1
  • reverse degenerative disc disease in the spine2
  • activate your immune system
  • relieve arthritis and knee osteoarthritis3
  • repair tendons, torn muscles, injured ligaments and damaged joint cartilage
  • stimulate new collagen in the skin
  • increase skin thickness and reduce wrinkles

But here’s the problem. You lose stem cells as you age.

This makes your body’s recovery process longer and harder. Injuries don’t heal as fast. Illnesses linger. Chronic problems develop.

Stem cell therapy can turn that around. It restores your body’s natural healing ability.

Stem cell therapy promises to transform modern medicine. It could put Big Pharma and most doctors out of business. No wonder they’re up in arms.

I already use stem cell therapy in my own practice. If you’re interested in learning more about these therapies, please call 561-784-7852. My staff at the Sears Institute for Anti-Aging Medicine will be happy to answer all your questions. You can also visit www.searsinstitute.com.

But you don’t need to wait to start turning on the power of your own stem cells.

3 Steps to Activate Your Stem Cells Now

Here are a few things I recommend to my patients to get their stem cells active.

1. Exercise intensely 4 to 6 days per week. Researchers at the University of Palermo in Italy reviewed the effect of high-intensity exertion on stem cells. They pored over dozens of peer-reviewed studies. And they found that a high-intensity exercise routine like my PACE program can dramatically increase the number of adult stem cells your body generates on its own.4

2. Add carnosine: I recommend getting 1,000 mg of carnosine every day. Grass-fed, pasture-raised meat is the best way to get carnosine from food. A typical 7-ounce serving of beef has about 250 mg of carnosine. If you can’t get enough by eating red meat, I recommend you supplement with natural L-carnosine. Take 500 mg twice a day.

3. Take 350 mg of green tea extract twice a day. The active ingredient in green tea, EGCG, can prevent and repair cell damage, including stem cells. And green tea stimulates the genes that activate stem cells.

To Your Good Health,

Al Sears, MD

Al Sears, MD, CNS

1. Ariana Eunjung Cha. “Stanford researchers ‘stunned’ by stem cell experiment that helped stroke patient walk.” The Washington Post. June 2, 2016. (Accessed June 3, 2016).
2. Victor Y. L. Leung, Danny Chan and Kenneth M. C. Cheung. “Regeneration of intervertebral disc by mesenchymal stem cells: potentials, limitations, and future direction.” Eur Spine J. 2006.
3. Sampson, S., et al. “Injection of platelet-rich plasma in patients with primary and secondary knee osteoarthritis: A pilot study.” American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.” 2010.
4. F. Macaluso, K. H. Myburgh. “Current evidence that exercise can increase the number of adult stem cells.” Journal of Muscle Research and Cell Motility. August 2012.