Aging affects responsiveness of your stem cells repair and renewal system
Now here’s the dilemma… even under ideal circumstances your cellular first responder system may only operate at 100 efficiency until you reach the age of 20. After that it becomes less efficient every single day.
Your first responder cells are still ready and willing, but because of something in your bone marrow called l-Selectin, many of them remain stuck in the firehouse and unable to get out onto the roads. By the age of 50 only about half of them may be able to respond and by the age of 65, the response rate may drop down as low as 10 percent!
Imagine that a city where only 10 percent of the fires were put out… How long before those small fires become big fires?… How long before your city burns down?