“Your Body Tomorrow = What You Put In It Today“
Medical science tells us “your entire body has the miraculous ability of rebuilding itself every 10 years!”
Doctors of health and nutrition know, “Every cell in your body dies and is replaced by new cells,” Your body builds…
- New blood in 4 months… Red blood cells live for about 4 months before they are removed and recycled by the spleen. White blood cells, by contrast, only last an average of 18 to 36 hours before they are removed. Occasional white blood cells last for up to 1 year before they are removed. Platelets, which help to form clots, only survive about 10 days before they are removed from the blood stream
- An entire skeleton in 7-10 years/ 7-10% new cells replaced every year
- The cells lining the stomach last only five days. The red blood cells bruised and battered after traveling nearly 1,000 miles through the maze of the body’s circulatory system, last only 120 days or so on average before being dispatched to their graveyard in the spleen.
- The epidermis, or surface layer of the skin, is recycled every two weeks or so. The reason for the quick replacement is that “this is the body’s saran wrap, and it can be easily damaged by scratching, solvents, wear and tear,” said Elaine Fuchs, an expert on the skin’s stem cells at the Rockefeller University.
- As for the liver, the detoxifier of all the natural plant poisons and drugs that pass a person’s lips, its life on the chemical-warfare front is quite short. An adult human liver probably has a turnover time of 300 to 500 days, said Markus Grompe, an expert on the liver’s stem cells at the Oregon Health & Science University.
Which Of The Following Describes You?
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You’re someone who has been living an unhealthy lifestyle—and wants to “start over” with a clean slate… erase the “ghost of your body’s past”… and usher in a new healthier you.
You suffer from a chronic or degenerative disease, and are seeking complete health restoration.
You’re seeing and feeling the symptoms of “getting older”—such as aches and pains, debilitating diseases, wrinkles and saggy skin, loss of vitality, poor memory—and wish to regain your lost youth — and look and feel young again.
You’re someone in fairly good health who wants to maximize your health and well-being, slow down your aging process, and live a long life.
“Your body has the power to literally rebuild itself from the way it is today… to a brand new body tomorrow,” It all depends on the foods you ingest and digest.
Join me Saturday November 8 and 15th for dinner, cooking and lots of good information on your choices.
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