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  Cell Info
Life is both wonderful and majestic. Yet for all of its majesty, all organisms are composed of the fundamental unit of life, the cell.
From Journey Into the Cell at About.com

  Homeostasis
"Dynamic Equilibrium" is the narrow range of circumstances which must be present for cells to live and reproduce while maintaining homeostasis (a steady state). Once there is too great a change in the set of conditions required for functioning, the cell dies and the organism can lose its equilibrium and also die. Homeostasis cannot be maintained under unfavorable cell conditions."

Dr. Paul Brand & Philip Yancey
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made


Cell Health

Good health starts at the cellular level.  Your whole body can only be as healthy as it's parts, down to each cell.  You want to make sure that you know what your cells need to be healthy.  Cells reproduce.  Are you making healthier cells or unhealthier cells.  Remember your tomorrows depend upon what you eat today! 

To maintain wellness, we must first understand how we are made, how our body is designed, and what foods were created for our bodies to function properly.

Our goal is to give you some basic fundamentals. We can't cover the whole range of this subject.  But if you want more information, visit our Resources page.

Basic Fundamentals of Cell Health:

Cell Functions
Cell Environment
Cell Food/Nutrition
 

 



 

 

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The Key to Health is in the Cells
"If it could be expected that all scientists in the world agreed on a single fact, I believe they would agree on this, 'Life begins, is maintained and ends at the cellular level.' The health of single cells holds the key to the health of the whole organism. Why is this? Because single cells clump together to form tissues and tissues cluster to form organs. Thus, to keep individual cells healthy is to experience health in the whole body. In reverse, when individual cells become unhealthy, tissues can become unhealthy, and if unchecked, disease can result in the death of the whole person."
Dr. Mary Ruth Swope
Green Leaves of Barley
 
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