What is Cell Support?
Did you know that the body is made up of about 73 trillion cells? Science has shown that we are only as healthy as our cells. We only grow old when our cells grow old. We become tired when our cells are polluted and undernourished. We become sick when our cells get sick. So everything about body and health depends on the condition of the cells. So it's only logical that we keep our cells clean, healthy and well nourished in order to stay healthy, energetic and vibrant for a long time.
Our cells are very susceptible to population. We are exposed to pollutants and toxins daily.
-The air we breathe is polluted with toxic, emission from vehicles, chemicals from factories, heavy metals from cigarettes, smoke and dust and chemicals from utilities such as air conditioners and refrigerators.
-The water we bathe in and drink contains chlorine, heavy metals, and organic chemicals from factories, pesticides and herbicides.
-The food we eat contains preservatives, pesticides, herbicides, hormones, artificial flavoring and coloring and even heavy metals.
Vegetables are grown in nutrient depleted soil and laden with artificial fertilizer and chemicals which are used to ensure their growth. Any nutrients present in the vegetables are further depleted during transportation and storage. Fruits are grown with artificial fertilizer and sprayed with pesticides and insecticides. They are harvested green and not matured and hence, are very low in vitamins and phytonutrients. Meat is laden with chemicals, such as hormones and antibiotics. Fish may contain mercury or other chemicals due to leakages from the sea.
Considered how we pollute our cells, it really seems like a miracle that we are still alive.
So to ensure that we do survive and survive well under these circumstances, it is of utmost importance for us to detoxify our cells daily and supplement our diet with nutrient-rich, whole foods.
Cellular detoxification is very important because cells that are 'polluted' will not function well. They are tired, unhealthy and will age faster.
The cell needs nutrients:
- To live, all living things need food.
- To duplicate, nearly all the cell in our bodies are replaced at least once a year.
- To repair, cell are susceptible to damage due to injuries.
- To protect themselves, cell are constantly being attacked by free radicals and other organisms
One of the best cellular detoxifying agents is Chlorella, a functional food, contains nutrient that can detoxify the cells that no other whole food can. Only chlorella contains a 'high fiber cell wall'. Researches have shown that this cell wall is capable of removing heavy metal such as mercury, cadmium, nickel and lead from the body. It is also capable of removing toxic chemicals such as dioxins and PCBs. Chlorella is very rich in chlorophyll, a natural cleanser. Chlorophyll is acknowledged as the best detoxifying agent for the cells of the body. Chlorophyll has been shown to remove chemicals such as pesticides, herbicides and other organic chemicals. Chlorophyll also cleanses the blood and clean healthy blood helps to keep the body cells clean. Besides its detoxifying properties, chlorella is also very rich in Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF) that helps revitalize and rejuvenate the cells. CGF, high in RNA and DNA is touted as an anti ageing factor.
It is important to note that water plays a very important role in detoxification and cellular nutrition. Our cells must be well hydrated for the proper elimination of toxins and assimilation of nutrients. Small clustered living water provides the best media for cellular hydration.
Your cells are designed to live in a healthy environment, which includes proper hydration levels, a healthy pH balance, proper mineral balance, the absence of toxins, proper oxygen levels, etc. If your internal environment balance is upset and your immune system weakened, your cells become stressed and your body can develop diseases, including cancer.
How does your cell environment become unhealthy? Many components can contribute to this imbalance in your cells' environment: an acidic pH balance, improper diet, lack of exercise, low water consumption, improper breathing, and high toxic levels.
Be sure you keep track of your pH balance. If you test your saliva pH in the morning before eating or drinking anything, you should have a reading of 7.0. If your system is too acidic, you can suffer from excessive fatigue, weak kidneys, easy weight gain, excessive stress, reluctant weight loss, constipation, aches, pains, headaches, malaise, proneness to catching colds, mental confusion, and even lack of clear thinking. Research is showing that cancer cells thrive in an acidic environment as well.
Wouldn't you like to take steps to put your body into the best shape possible for fighting this and many other diseases? As you can see, one way you can do that is to keep your body's pH balance in an alkaline range. Here are a few ways to achieve that goal:
Design your diet to produce an alkaline environment for your cells. Concentrate on alkaline-triggering foods like fruits and vegetables. (Avoid those vegetables grown in mineral depleted soils.) Limit very acid-triggering foods like meats, fish, and poultry. Eat reasonable amounts of acidic eggs, dairy products, and carbohydrates like breads, pasta, and cereals.
Relax! Learn to handle your stress more effectively. Tests have proved that strong negative emotions like pent-up anger and bad reactions to stress cause the body to produce acids that destroy proper pH balances. Get plenty of rest to refresh yourself and exercise to relieve stress's effects from your body. Remember, even your thoughts contribute to your body's environment. Research in this area suggests that lack of control over stress has negative effects on immune function and contributes to tumor growth.
Breathe deeply! It's important to manage your body's oxygen levels. Another effect of acidic pH balances is that your body falls into an anaerobic condition when body pH balances falls below 7.0, leading to organs becoming acidic. Your body now is susceptible to many diseases, including cancer. The lack of proper oxygen in the body contributes to a cancerous environment.
Nobel Prize winner, Otto Warburg proved half a century ago, that a lack of oxygen respiration in cells causes cancer. His work, "The Prime Cause and Prevention of Cancer" explains that cancer occurs when any cell is denied 60% of its oxygen requirements. Instead of normal oxygen respiration, the cells experience a fermentation of sugar, which feeds cancer cells. Research shows that cancer cells can't exist when there is enough oxygen.
So, how can you increase your oxygen levels? Start by breathing properly and deeply, increasing oxygen intake, and exercising regularly to increase cardiac flow carrying oxygen to the cells. This changes the internal environment to one that which cancer doesn't thrive in.
Drink! Drink! Drink! Another contributor to an unhealthy cellular environment is improper consumption of water. I'm sure you've heard that a great percentage of the body is made of water, but did you realize that every system in your body depends on water to function properly? Without enough water, you don't absorb nutrients and vitamins, you become constipated, have more kidney stones and urinary infections, and you can become dehydrated. If you become dehydrated, your blood gets thicker, your heart has to work harder to circulate it, your brain feels sluggish, and you can have trouble concentrating. Can you believe that water, or the lack of it, can affect your body to such degrees?
Incidentally, as you balance these areas of your lifestyle, you could reap other rewards besides maintaining a healthy cell environment. You could lose weight, sleep better, have more energy, have better hair and skin, and enjoy a greater level of wellness than you have ever experienced.
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