I work in the senior healthcare space. Seeing people and their families suffer with Alzheimer's and dementia is a scary prospect. Knowing there are stem cell therapies for this alone was enough make me think a few thousand dollars was well worth avoiding years of anguish not just for me but my loved ones as well.
I also see a lot of post op rehab patients recovering from a knee or hip replacement. Patients that have utilized stem cell therapy seem to recover at a rate that would be considered a miracle not long ago. I can only imagine having access to your own younger stem cells would greatly compound the effects of the thearapy.
Two other reasons are longevity and quality of life. At 41 with a 7, 4 and 2 year old I want to do anything I can to be a part of their life and hopefully get to be around to play with my grand children. Not just being the old grandpa in the rocking chair but being active with them as I am today. I feel like Forever Labs provides the best path to make that a reality.
Another factor was simple economics. Having access to my younger stem cells will help me avoid many of the health issue that plague the aging. Staying healthy is better and more cost effective than dealing with issues after they arise. Just avoiding just one year in a skilled nursing facility (which is very likely) could save me over $100k. That makes the $3,500 seem like the best value in world and a no brainer.