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Cellular Regeneration

Published on 1/10/2019
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Cell Regeneration Timeline: How Long It Takes for Body Parts to Regenerate


Cellular regeneration is evident in the fact that, throughout our lives, we get:

a new heart every 20 years
new bones every decade
new hair every 3-6 years
new nails every 6-10 months
new red blood cells every 4 months
a new liver every 5 months
a new outer layer of skin every month
new lungs every three weeks
new taste buds every two weeks
new stomach lining every 2-3 days

In a perfect world, these amazing regenerative cycles would keep us all in tip-top, youthful shape forever. But we don’t live in a perfect world: our bodies eventually age, fall apart, and die, as I’m sure you well know.

I realize it’s somewhat of a morbid subject, but it’s the sobering reality that we all face. It’s one that, apart from a concerted effort to stave it off for as long as possible through life-giving diet and lifestyle habits, is going to rear its ugly head sooner or later.

And that’s the kicker: there are ways to help support your cellular system and its regenerative cycles to keep them functioning at their best. Cell regeneration is something that’s programmed in our DNA. The glitches and abnormalities that keep the cells that are supposed to die, alive (and conversely, that terminate cells that are meant to live), can be corrected with precise intervention.

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