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Your Cellular Health

August 10, 2020

The cells in our bodies were designed to automatically function, reproduce, repair, remove and communicate properly. When we are young the cells in a healthy body have ample nourishment and protection and are capable of completing the thousands of processes necessary for total and complete health.

Unfortunately as we age this process becomes naturally impeded and aided into problems by the toxic world we live in. High-stress lifestyles, processed foods, chemicals in cleaning and personal care products, and excessive use of prescription drugs bombard our cells and make it difficult for these tiny—yet essential parts of our total health to perform properly.

We have different types of cells for each body system from nervous system function to elimination of toxins and bi-products. Each cell is dependent upon other cells in other systems to do its job, communicate, and collaborate. We don’t feel these processes and often don’t realize our cells are not working properly until major illness or disease sets in.

Unfortunately, many of the life-stages we consider as a normal part of aging are in fact signs of cell degeneration and distress. The good news is that the ASEA cell signaling supplement, proper and the right supplements can make a huge positive impact on your overall wellness by igniting a healthy cellular function once again. These efforts to support cellular health also create an alkaline or pH environment which opposes the conditions and organisms that spark illness and imbalance.


Mineral Requirements for Cell Health

What exactly to our cells need to function well? Cells have very specific nutrition requirements that in turn lead to the ability to produce energy and eliminate toxins. This is a highly complex process that in part depends on the minerals magnesium, calcium, potassium, and sodium.

Magnesium

Present in every cell type of every organism on the planet, an absorbable form of magnesium is required for every one of the 50+ trillion cells within our bodies. Among its many functions, magnesium is necessary to synthesize DNA and RNA, is vital for cellular function, and contributes to an alkaline environment. It also helps to maintain potassium levels in cells.

Calcium

Calcium works with Vitamin D for essential bone cell health and must be in an absorbable form from foods or supplements which do not hinder absorption.

Potassium

An electrolyte, potassium is vital for cellular function and the “electrical” processes within blood cells. Potassium works with sodium to regulate water balance and the acid-base balance in blood and tissues. It helps to generate nerve impulses in nerve cells, and is crucial for metabolizing energy and contributing to amino acid protein synthesis.

Ionic Trace Minerals

Though our cells only need small amounts of trace minerals, ionic trace minerals are charged in a way that allows for bioavailability and immediate benefits. Trace minerals also promote pH balance. Additional cellular health benefits of specific ionic trace minerals include:

Selenium is essential for brain cell function*

Zinc is a part of every living cell, supports enzyme function*

Copper fights cellular damage, supports enzymes responsible for antioxidant reactions

Glutathione peroxidase supports thyroid cells


Cellular Nutrition

In addition to the need for major and trace minerals, cells also require the variety of nutrients we’ve all come to know as the basics for our body. But understanding how each impacts individual cell health can help in understanding how easily the lack of one or more of these can lead to health compromises.

If we think of how many cells need to be impacted before we actually “feel” the difference, we can quickly see how what we don’t know can hurt us, and how it may take time to reverse the effects unhealthy cells can have on our overall health and well-being.

Antioxidants

Antioxidants support cell defense against free radicals and keep DNA intact. Includes the benefits of Vitamins C & E listed below.

Vitamins

Vitamins such as B-Vitamins support energy production, Vitamins E & C protect against free radical damage, Vitamin D works with calcium and magnesium to support bone cell health.

Phytonutrients

Optimize cellular communication and function, phytonutrients are found in key “superfoods” such as kale, avocado, spinach, and blueberries.

Carbohydrates

A primary source of energy, carbohydrates are essential to forming healthy glucose levels which impact cells responsible for maintaining blood sugar levels, brain health, liver function, and hormone regulation.

Proteins

Outside the cell wall, proteins make up bone and muscle tissue cells, digestive enzymes, antibodies, and support a variety of other functions. Inside the cell wall, proteins provide the means for energy production, repair damaged DNA, and support cell membrane integrity.

Essential Fatty Acids and Healthy Fats

The structural components of cell membranes require both Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids in the proper ratios.


Cellular Detoxification

In addition to what cells need to execute a variety of functions and processes, cells are also responsible for removing waste and toxins from the body. Waste is whatever the body doesn’t need to function, and toxins can actually hinder healthy cellular function and reproduction. Waste can include excess nutrients and byproducts of cellular function.

Toxins come in many forms and include chemicals from environmental factors such as pesticides, medication binders and fillers, excess or harmful metals, Antioxidants, nutrients that provide healthy pH levels, and minerals or plant-based phytonutrients support cells in the elimination of waste and toxins.

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