Author Archives: Michelle Ibarra

Gut and Immune System: All About The Microbiome Connection

It’s well known that your gut has a strong connection with your skin, weight, and even emotions. But did you know that your immune system is strongly linked to your digestive system as well? Today, we will analyze their relationship as well as ways to support your defense mechanisms from your inside. The Gut and […]

Mesenchymal Stem Cells For Anti-Aging

Life expectancy has steadily increased around the world for over 200 years, and staying healthy has become an important goal to promote life quality. It’s well known that after the age of 25 our collagen levels decrease, opening the door to a wide range of unwanted“aging signs” that affect our looks, energy, sleep, and overall health. […]

Anxiety Is Contagious – 5 Tips To Prevent It!

According to new studies, anxiety, just like any other viral disease, is contagious. The reason behind this is the fact that the human brain is “wired” to feel empathy towards other’s emotions, which can be the reason why we have a tendency to catch other’s feelings. So, if you turn on the news (especially with everything […]

Lyme Cases Likely To Increase This Summer: What You Can Do

Experts are expecting an increase in tick-borne illness this summer for many reasons.  Starting with isolation fatigue due to the pandemic.  The Centers for Disease Control CDC says that Lyme disease is the fastest-growing infectious disease in the US. Currently, nearly 300,000 cases are being reported annually, representing close to 34 new cases per hour. […]


We all face negative thoughts.  When things don’t happen as we expect is normal to complain and feel that life is unfair. Is normal to feel upset now and then, however, the problem with poorly managed emotions is that they can have a negative impact on both your emotional and physical health.  The Impact of […]

Anti-Aging Effects of Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy

How Can Stem Cells Treat Aging?  Stem cells act as a mechanism of repair for the body, rejuvenating and replacing aging cells to maintain optimus health. Aging cells can contribute to disease. Thus if cell aging can be prevented, slowed down, or even reversed, many diseases could be better managed or even prevented. Stem cells may […]

Stem Cell Science: 5 Myths Debunked

Stem cell therapy has been around us for the last decades. However, there are still many misconceptions about its functioning and origins. Today we will share the truth about the top 5 myths regarding SCT: Myth 1: Stem Cells Can Cure Anything False. Althought stem cells have been found benefitial for several diseases that were […]

Mesenchymal Stem Cells as a Neurodegenerative Tool By MSC Susana Reyes

Neurodegenerative diseases are characterized by the accumulation of misfolded proteins in the brain and a large loss of specific neurons. Diseases such as Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Amyotrophic Lateral Diseases have proven to be multifactorial conditions where a large variety of cellular and molecular processes are involved, inducing life-quality detrimental changes. Neurological disease can […]