YOU and keeping your Cells and Body Happy
Every day in your body 432 billion cells die and are replaced with new cells. This is the key to
regenerating your body and staying young. Because
functioning body next year if you want, skinner, with fewer pains and more energy. If you take
the right steps.
That 432 billion number is a just scientific estimate. Cells are so small and there are so many
in your body (somewhere between 60 – 100 trillion) that no one could every count them
individually. This is also why you do not notice your body renewing itself all the time.
Listed are examples of a new body:
Cells in our digestive system, from the stomach to the large bowels are replaced every 5
The liver is replaced every five months
A new covering of skin happens every four weeks
Our heart is replaced every six to nine months
Your liver is capable of renewing and repair from as little as 25% of itself
New studies are indicating that even brain cells may regenerate.
We know that in a fashion we are creating a new body by slowly getting new cells every day.
The question is whether our new cells will be a healthier or less healthy
The quality of the new cells is dependent on the raw material, the food that
Was available when the replacement cells were being formed. If you feed the body the proper
food nutrition, the new cells being formed can actually be stronger and healthier then the cells
This is called regeneration. If you feed the body poorly, the result will be cells of degeneration.
There are limits to this of course. Researchers estimate that 30 percent of our health is
determined by genetics.
I would say these factors make your cells happy:
And you may know other factors but those are the main ones I believe.
Here are the big 5 degeneration factors to avoid
Rancid fats and oils
Here are the big 5 regeneration factors:
Drink lots of pure water
Exercise, nourishing friendships, nature, sleep
The body was not meant to sit idle. Neighed was our mind. If you are not moving body
regularly, it will become toxic and acidic. Some health professionals say you should not be
sitting for more than one hour without getting up and moving.