Most people are unaware that our own cells produce most of the chemicals, which ultimately kill us.
There are approximately 75 trillion cells in our body, containing 25 liters of water. It is these cells, and this water that keeps us alive. It is also these cells that kill us!
Every minute of our lives, cells throughout our body, in response to the demands of every day living, and also in response to the many extreme stresses not uncommon in modern living, produce tiny quantities of chemicals which are lethal to the cells that produce them. More importantly, to a larger number of surrounding cells.
MICRO–CIRCULATION WITHOUT CELLS
Part of these lethal chemicals produced by our cells are meant to kill off invading bacteria and viruses. Another part is simply the “pollution” given off by cells as they go about their business of producing the products that are needed by other parts of our body.
Yet, these are the chemicals that cause our cells to die. As time passes, that cellular dying is referred to as “aging”. Fortunately, the amount of cells involved in producing these harmful chemicals is, initially, quite small and the “aging process” which begins when life begins, is not noticeable.
But, as time lapses, more and more cells are producing harmful chemicals, since more and more cells have been damaged by their neighbors. Ultimately, enough harmful chemicals are produced and enough cells die so that organs no longer function and the entire organism or body dies.
This is one scenario of the many scenarios that ultimately bring about everyone’s demise. No one dies when all of their cells are healthy. Everyone dies when their cells are incapable of carrying out the functions for which they were intended. When we die slowly, we call it aging. When we die rapidly, we call it a “disease state.”
In the “disease state”, there are large number of cells dying rapidly. In general, one vital organ such as the heart or the brain or the liver is the location of the cellular death. This vital organ when it becomes incapacitated, brings about the death of cells in other organs throughout the body and ultimately the patient dies.
In the “aging state”, there are a small number of cells dying slowly from the inability to continue the functions that maintain cellular fitness.
In the “aging state”, the cellular death occurs throughout the body. Ultimately, however, one vital organ fails from lack of cellular support in this generally brings about the deaths of the cells and other vital organs and the entire body dies.
In the “disease state”, the causes of cellular deaths are extremely varied and make up long chapters in the fact medical books that doctors love to read.
In the “aging state”, the causes of cellular death are remarkably simple: they are the toxic chemicals given off by the cells themselves as they carry out their normal functions.
These toxic chemicals are analogous to the pollutants given off by people as they go about their business and society, rarely thinking of the poisonous gases emanating from their vehicles or the affects their bug sprays are having on the ground water.
We live in a large planetary environment, and we cannot readily discern the damage being done to our living surroundings.
Cells lived in a micro environment. Because we cannot see this micro environment and because we have 25 trillion cells in our bank account we ignore the destruction of the cells for decades until our weak tissues tell us that the end is nearing.
Over the years, toxins within this micro environment managed to kill off more and more cells until at a certain age, the remaining cells can no longer carry on the functions needed to keep the entire body alive. Ultimately, we are aware of the destruction that has been taking place.
Fortunately, we can do something about the cellular distraction. We can rid our body of the cellular toxins and maintain ourselves in a state of optimal fitness.
This book will explain how the micro environment or, Micro Circulation as it is known in physiology, can help rid the cells of these noxious chemicals..
The process of improving your Micro Circulation is not difficult, either to understand or to perform. Once you understand the Micro Circulation you will be able to clean the environment that surrounds your cells with little effort. In that way, you will help prevent the degradation of the cells and help preserve your own health.
The earlier you start improving your Micro Circulation, the greater your chances of prolonging the life of your cells. However, no matter when you start, there will be some benefit to the cells remaining in your body.
I think you will enjoy the experience of learning how your Micro Circulation functions and how you can help it to function better.