A Surprise Ingredient of Your Tummy Fat
Fat contains stem cells! Lots of them. Perhaps someone should be saving fat after lipo, not trashing it–What say you? I will donate mine-to myself!
Of all the scientific advancements of the last decades, nothing is more promising than that harvesting stem cells. Embryonic cells are the best, because like a computer chip, they can be programmed to be whatever your body needs them to do.
I personally would like one of my stem cells to give me thick hair. This has become an obsession with me. While I was in Nursing school, at times, we were seated in a large auditorium. Sure enough, I could look in the lower rows and see someone with long, thick, beautiful hair.
After the lecture, the students would head for the exits. I saw many unattractive women who could have been hair models, if, the photo erased their faces. This made me want to cry.
So, am a I raving beauty? No, very far from it. But, under the tutelage of my dear Aunt Ruth, I developed charm. She schooled me as only she could. During her youth in a mostly Switzer-Deutch neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pa, she was called, “The Ava Gardner of Mount Troy.”
I took this lesson to heart and snared my husband of thirty-two years with it. While sitting at the bar in my favorite Philadelphia happy- hour joint, he said, “It’s not that I find you, unattractive; it’s your charm that won my heart.”
So, perhaps you have an Aunt Ruth in your family who can steer you the correct way. So, when you get liposuction, perhaps your doctor will keep a test tube full of your fat. Does this sound farfetched? I prefer to see this as visionary.
The future is already here. Enjoy! Also, as for the hair part of the stem cell revolution, I predict that the first practical use will be a commercial cure for baldness. Think about it, our economy is fueled by capitalism, not socialism, a fact that I am grateful for.
Invent it and they will come!
Also, this fits my fantasy of cruise ships with liposuction. Eat, Lipo, Repeat!