Healing Your Body on the Cellular Level

Adenosine triphosphate

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Healthy Cells Promote Healthy Metabolic and Tissue Function

The inside of your cells determines what level of health you can experience.  

ATP (Adenosine TriPhosphate) — is what is known as the chemical energy of life.  ATP is the energy that gets the work done in the cells.  ATP is absolutely necessary for practically every life process.

Energy is Everything!  Energy is Life!

If your body is healthy and properly nourished, it can make plenty of energy.

Oprah Winfrey said it this way:  “Energy is the essence of life.”  

Cellular inflammation:

Cellular inflammation damages the cells ability to generate ATP as a result of environmental toxins or electro-magnetic radiations.  Add to that reduced intake of practical nutrients and over-consumption of sugar.  Sugar is damaging the cell’s mitochondria that generates most of the cell’s ATP.   

What happens to the cells?

They struggle to produce the proper fuel for life!

The common denominator of virtually all chronic-degenerative diseases is the shortage of fuel.

“All chronic-degenerative diseases begin with a lack of energy.”

Along with the lack of energy is the lack of electron donors known as antioxidants–glutathione, catalase, and super oxide mutase.    A shortage of antioxidants means that the mitochondrial membranes and DNA are damaged;  these membranes fail to function properly.

The cell, then, must be destroyed (apoptosis) or it can become a tumor.

The body becomes diseased!  

Basically, when you run out of energy, you die!

When it comes to human health — Energy is Everything!

We can have clear thinking

We have the ability to digest food properly

We have muscle power to walk

We have the ability to sleep well

“When [your] body has ample cellular energy, it can take care of all aspects of [your] health–general vitality, metabolic and hormonal processes, immune system effectiveness, nerve transmissions, cellular work, detoxification, repair–with radiant effectiveness.”

Inside of a mitochondrion