I later wound up retiring from my day job to pursue a career promoting stem cell enhancement.
Tulsa , OK (PRWEB) August 19, 2009
Bruce Higgins is the founder of http://www.MakeMoreStemCells.com, but when he was introduced to stem cell enhancement three years ago, he was a skeptic.
"I got a phone call from a friend who thought I might be interested in stem cell enhancement, and he asked me to take a look at the product," said Higgins. "I was apprehensive at first, but after doing some research, I got a better understanding of stem cell enhancement, and decided to try it out."
In late spring of 2006, Higgins was spending twelve and fourteen hours a day crawling around in attics and crawlspaces to install air conditioners.
"The heat was miserable, and I was also suffering from lower back and hip discomfort," said Higgins. "Then I started taking a couple stem cell enhancement capsules a day, and it was like my whole life changed over the course of a week."
Higgins felt immediate relief, with fewer aches and a feeling of liveliness that had been absent from his life for a long time. "I spent the next eight months recommending the stem cell enhancer to friends," said Higgins. "I later wound up retiring from my day job to pursue a career promoting stem cell enhancement."
In order to share his unique experience with others, and promote the product that changed his life for the better, Higgins created http://www.MakeMoreStemCellsInfo.com.
"Thus far I've been talking with others face to face about stem cell enhancement, but with the blog, I'm hoping to reach out to a larger audience," said Higgins. "I'll be talking about how stem cell enhancement was revealed to researchers, the science behind current stem cell research, and how people can benefit their health and their wallet with stem cell enhancers."
Higgins believes his blog will make a big difference towards promoting his website as he seeks to field questions from others, address concerns and lift the veil on stem cell enhancement.
About the Company:
MakeMoreStemCells.com is owned and operated by stem cell enhancement advocate Bruce Higgins.
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