Take good care of your cells
You don't see them, you don't hear them, you don't feel them, but still they determine what you look like and whether you're healthy. Your cells are the building blocks of your body. But what do they need to function well and what can we do to keep our cells as healthy as possible?
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Our body consists of about 37,2 trillion cells. You might think in cells of some kind of Lego, that stay in the same place all the time. But that's where you're wrong. A person renews himself continuously. On cellular level, we are a completely different human every three months. So, cells are continuously moving. How this cell renewal works, is partly determined by the biology of our cells. But also the way you live, exercise, eat and relax will influence the health of your cells.
In an ideal world, cellular health would automatically allow each of our cells to function, reproduce, and communicate properly. Cells would have ample nourishment and protection and be capable of completing the thousands of processes necessary for total and complete health.
Unfortunately, we live in a toxic world and the natural mechanisms designed to ensure cell health have been damaged. High-stress lifestyles, processed foods, chemicals in cleaning and personal care products, and excessive use of prescription drugs bombard our cells and make it difficult for these tiny—yet essential parts of our total health to perform properly.
We have different types of cells for each body system from nervous system function to elimination of toxins and bi-products. Each cell is dependent upon other cells in other systems to do its job, communicate, and collaborate. We don’t feel these processes and often don’t realize our cells are not working properly until major illness or disease sets in. Unfortunately, many of the life-stages we consider as a normal part of aging are in fact signs of cell degeneration and distress.
The good news is that modern science and nutrition understandings reveal that diet changes, frequency therapy, (digital) supplementation and efforts to reduce toxicity and increase overall wellness can ignite a healthy cellular function once again. These efforts to support cellular health also create an alkaline or pH environment which opposes the conditions and organisms that spark illness and imbalance.
All chemical reactions in the cells together are called cell metabolism. The main purpose of cell metabolism, is to produce energy. Every cell has a power plant. These are called the mitochondria. The power plants ensure the conversion of nutrients such as sugar, fats and proteins into all kinds of chemicals.
ATP is such a chemical and one of the most important sources of energy, which takes care of reactions in the cells. Without energy, the cells can't work, because this allows them to deliver labor. For example, a neuron can cause contraction of a muscle and exercise muscle power.
It is therefore important that those cells are always able to function well. Food plays a big role in this. The combustion and build-up of cells goes on continuously, just not at the same pace. If you jog, for example, more energy should be produced than when you lay down on the couch. That's why it's also so important that you ingest enough nutrients to continue to renew and restore the cells. Your lifestyle is playing an important role here. Can you feed the cells in your body? Yes! Choose healthy foods. A beautiful directive with this is the Mediterranean diet: eat masses of vegetables, lots of fruit, fish, a large portion of legumes and healthy fats such as olive oil.
Also good for your cells: go into the sun. More and more chronic disorders are linked to a deficiency of vitamin D. Vitamin D is an engine that keeps your body in action on cellular level. Another engine for your cells is exercise. So exercise at least thirty minutes every day. But also take care of much needed relaxation. Stress can cause damage to your cells at DNA level. Prevent it by channeling stress in its own way. Whether it's via yoga or mindfulness, kickboxing or painting - for your cells it's important that you find a way of relaxing that suits you.
Finally, there are, of course, tools to support your cells. Even though you may exercise enough, you eat healthy and take enough rest, there are always influences on our body that we don't have under control. Think about, for example, stress at work or at home, air pollution or all kinds of added substances in our food that are not always good for you. It is therefore wise to offer your body a little extra support with, for example, Protandim nrf2, the yellow pill that lowers oxidative stress in our body with an average of 40 % and may reduce the effects of all kinds of diseases. But also adding energy to your cells with frequency therapy or bioresonance with Healy is an excellent way to both preventively and reactively make your cells and thereby make and to keep your body and mind as strong and healthy as possible.
If you want to know more about lowering your oxidative stress, go to our supplements (nrf2) page.
If you want to know more about frequency therapy or bioresonance, go to our frequency therapy page.