Monday, June 25, 2012

What is Fibroblast Growth Factor?

FGF is a group of GFs that act on the fibroblast within the body. Fibroblast are basic building blocks of fibrous tissue, including the brain, nervous system, eye, blood vessels, heart, stomach, skin, liver, kidney, muscle and bone. In fact, most cells within these organs possess receptors for FGF and therefore are susceptible to its biological effect.

There are at least 19 distinct members of the FGF family, which interact with at least 4 distinct types of cell-surface receptors. It is evident that the amount of FGF is essential for optimum body function, and disruption of FGF can lead to disease states, including achondroplasia and craniosynotosis syndromes

What do Growth Factors Do?

Different GFs have different jobs to do. Generally, all of them work at the cellular level to:

Repair damaged cells
Enhance cellular proliferation
Maintain optimum function of the target organ
Rejuvenate aging tissues" ~Michael Lam, MD, MPH.

FGF is a substance that is non existent in the adult human body, nor is it found in our diets. This is the only known food source to supplement our daily diet to receive this life changing nutrient. Simply put, Fibroblas Growth Factors (FGFs) are like Architects in Building a Bridge, they tell the workers where to carry the bricks and where to place them where they are needed most to give the best support.

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