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Cellular Science

Published on 1/8/2019
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The average adult has around 100 trillion cells in his or her body, and every day billions of these cells die. New cells are replicated daily from existing ones to replace the dying, worn out or damaged cells. In fact, every seven years, nearly all of your cells will have been replaced, which means your current self will share almost no physical matter with your future self. This fact underscores the importance of keeping your cells healthy now, to keep future generations of cells healthy. Nutrition plays an important role in sustaining your cellular and overall health because nutrients provide the raw materials for the creation of new cells.

Diet Impacts Cell Function

The power of healing foods, vis-a-vis phytonutrients, lies within a food’s broad-based ability to prevent disease by nutritionally fortifying the biochemical processes that have been naturally selected by evolution to protect us from disease and aging.

However, even with a dramatic change in diet, supplements containing concentrated forms of nutrients (usually from food sources) are needed to overcome the damaging effects of micronutrient deficiencies, pollution, radiation, and internally-generated free radicals. Since vitamins and minerals are required as cofactors for metabolic enzymes (they are essential for the enzyme to carry out its function), micronutrient deficiencies can cause profound alterations in normal cellular function. Nutraceutical supplements can also enhance DNA repair capability, a primary factor in the prevention of most diseases caused by DNA damage.

Metabolic harmony requires an optimum intake of each micronutrient: deficiency distorts metabolism in numerous and complicated ways, many of which may lead to DNA damage


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