It’s something your body does discreetly, and you may not know much about it. It is the act of renewal, growth, or restoration of cells involved in maturation, wound healing, tissue repair, and similar biological functions. Cellular turnover slows as part of the normal aging process; stem cells divide less quickly and less efficiently, and eventually the rate of dying cells outpaces the rate of new cells being born. Some of the most important cells in your body—those of your bones, your brain, and your heart—don’t regenerate much at all. Taking care for your cellular integrity can start HERE! Sign up for our workshop today!