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Good Nutrition & The Cell

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Good Nutrition & The Cell

Good health begins with healthy cells and healthy cells begin with healthy soil and healthy soil depends upon minerals and hundreds of diverse microbes. Inside the middle of each cell is our blueprint , the DNA Helix, our uniqueness, there is only one of us. The DNA depends on high quality nutrition, more about DNA later) I think the words Health or healthy are misused today, do we really know what its like to be in optimum health?? We think we do. When we have healthy cells and healthy DNA, what could go wrong with our health?? We are made to be in optimum health; pain, disease, sorrow, depression, stress and all these modern day symptoms we get are not meant to be, we think its normal, I guess it is normal to an extent because we are imperfect human beings. This might sound crazy to you but it is true, it is difficult to get sick if we have healthy cells and healthy DNA, now the trick is to know how to keep cells healthy, its not as difficult as we may think, its all about getting back to basics. There are around 7 trillion cells in our body, all different types of cells, such as hepatic, renal, adipose, epithelial, erythrocytes, CV, neurons, beta, different types of immune cells, sperm, muscle cells and so on. There are so many different types and they all have a job to do, we also have receptors or receptor sites, these are like doors or gates that let nutrients into the cell. It is important to put the right fuel into our body because these receptors know what fits and what doesn’t, in other words, every nutrient has a certain shape, like a key and if it doesn’t fit in the keyhole, we don’t get nutrients to enter the celland damage is done to the cell, this is important, because when we put the wrong fuel in a car it eventually breaks down, this is why so many of us think we have it right, but are still getting symptoms or disease. As I said before, the body is very complex but a simplicity in diet and lifestyle is the key to optimum health. Every cell has its job to do and without the right fuel the cells will not function the way they were designed to. Symptoms are a red flag that tells us there is something wrong or out of balance, it is all about (balance) Homeostasis. We need to balance pH / acid/ alkaline, blood pressure, blood sugar, thyroid, hormones, neurotransmitters, nutrients and so much more, it is all about balance, but let me say if we give our body the right fuel, it will balance itself. If we then think we have a balanced lifestyle, then why are we still out of balance?? The answer may surprise you later, I will continue with the makeup of the cell. The cell is a complex unit, but so amazing, we all have microscopic factories inside every cell called organelles doing their job in silence without us realizing what’s happening inside of us. Eg. The golgi complex:– processes, sorts, packages and delivers proteins and lipids to plasma membrane (cell walls) and other areas of the body. Smoothe endoplasmic reticulum :– Fatty...

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Tips You Don’t Really Hear About That Could Make a Huge Difference to Your Health

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Tips You Don’t Really Hear About That Could Make a Huge Difference to Your Health

#1. Drink only Energised, oxygenated water. The cells will recognise this and as a result your cells will be more hydrated to prevent disease, read our article at www.lifestreamhealth.net.au     #2. No snacking between meals. Many are saying that 6 small meals are better than 3 large. Research shows that this is not true. It is really common sense – a meal takes 3-4 hours to digest, then the digestion needs a little rest and time to prepare the enzymes, juices etc for the next meal. If a little snack is eaten before that time, the whole digestion stops to take care of the new food introduced and the old meal is actually fermenting in your gut. This can lead to so many digestive and other health issues! We do tend to overeat and if we don’t work hard physically 2 meals is better than 3. #3. Get some early nights. The good anti-ageing chemicals begin to increase at sunset and decline after 2 am. If you get to bed after 11pm then you are not receiving many good chemicals including melatonin which is an anti-cancer hormone, so try and get to bed by 9.30 if you can.   #4. Get some sunshine daily. Sunshine produces Vitamin D and is anti-cancer. It does not cause cancer. Many melanomas people acquire are not from the sun. It is from the diet. I am not saying to get out and get burned! NO, again it is common sense. Get a little each day early morning or late afternoon without being in the sun for too long unless it is winter. #5. Emotional & Spiritual Health are vital for good health. Positive thoughts, love, dealing with resentment, bitterness, unforgiveness and being happy are major immune builders. Jesus is The Master Physician. He is The Problem solver, speak to Him. You may be surprised at what happens.   #6. Exercise. We are made to move. If we sit in front of a TV or PC all day, we are risking our health big time. Do something daily, even if it is just walking – that’s better than sitting. It doesn’t have to be strenuous. In fact its better if it’s not too strenuous as long as you get your heart rate up a little. #7. And of course we can’t leave out nutrition. Nutrition is the fuel we need to make energy, build tissue and cells & repair tissue and make new cells every 120 days. if the nutrition is not in the food, then it is useless  dead food. Well, guess what? Fast food, sprayed food, artificial food, processed and refined food is just that –  dead food. The best thing to do is grow your own or at the very least eat organic. Read our soil article at www.lifestreamhealth.com.au  and read our book ‘Soil Dead or Alive; is your food your medicine or your...

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