Since the earliest days of mankind, people have looked specialists of the time to cure their illnesses initially, and those who had knowledge of healing herbs, rudimentary procedures for treating fractures and burns, and experience in treating wounds. These people were variously called healers, medicine men, witch doctors, herbalists, etc.
Over time and across various civilizations, the formal idea of the 'doctor' developed, aided by the emergence of new knowledge relating to treatment and healing in Mesopotamia, Egypt, Persia, China and particularly in ancient Greece, thanks to the imposing figure of Hippocrates, to whom we owe the famous oath that all doctors today must profess upon their graduation.
Today, conventional medicine has at its disposal highly advanced technological tools that can see inside the human body, minimally invasive technical advances and robotic support for surgical procedures, an array of curative drugs and, above all, a very advanced knowledge of the immune system, the endocrine system, biochemistry and genetics.
However, people’s attitudes in general with some exceptions, such as preventative vaccines for infectious childhood diseases remain the same as they have always been, focusing on seeking a cure, rather than preventing, major diseases.
This quest for a cure is irreproachable and necessary for restoring health, but in many cases, there is so little that even the most modern and advance medicine can do with catastrophic diseases, such as cancer, autoimmune diseases or babies born with severe physical and mental disabilities.
Today we live in a highly polluted environment, with toxic pesticide residues in vegetables and fruits, harmful minerals such as mercury in fish and shellfish, growth hormones in the meat we consume, industrial toxins in the air and water, and unprecedented levels of ionizing radiation. This progressively contaminated environment, along with unhealthy practices such as a lack of activity, high stress levels and eating junk food, foods with preservatives and high amounts of sugar, is responsible for the increased incidence of catastrophic diseases.
Given this reality, we need to adopt an approach more focused on prevention, in order to reduce the risk of unexpectedly confronting a serious health issue.
What do I need to know to always feel healthy? What should I avoid? What should I take and when should I take it? You have to make the most important decision now in order to support your health: prevention, it’s an invaluable resource that should be regarded as essential to stay healthy throughout your life.
It is important that we pay greater attention to how prevention can help us in our 30s, taking special care of our circulatory, digestive and skeletal systems, protecting against premature ageing of the skin and muscular atrophy, paying attention to any decline in sexual or cognitive activity before resorting to medication, and being very alert to premature joint pain.
We should be aware of how people between 50 and 60 years of age can speed up their metabolisms, have their hormone levels checked, why they should be on the lookout for diabetes and think before having plastic surgery. We should also think about how we should prepare ourselves for when we are in our 70s, so that we can avoid the symptoms of a stroke, keep our memories 100% active, prevent fractures and reduce the risk of heart disease.
What if you knew that there is a way to help boost your immune system, improve your memory and cognitive abilities, increase your libido without drugs, improve the speed with which wounds heal, increase aerobic capacity, increase your muscle mass and, most importantly, reverse the progression of your "deteriorating and decaying health"? What if you knew that a therapy based on CELLULAR NUTRITION can provide a high rate of prevention against degenerative diseases, allowing you to extend your life expectancy, organically and healthy? A therapy that does “NOT” contain drugs, hormones, or harmful chemical components like those found in some prescription drugs, and that has no contraindications?
In general, a doctor’s most efficient method of figuring out the nutritional status and state of health of an individual is through a series of questionnaires that gather information on the patient’s medical history, family history, as well as current illnesses and pains.
The future is tomorrow and the people of today should regularly see a doctor to avoid getting sick. Currently, most people only turn to a specialist when a symptom appears or when they begin to suffer from some illness, but very often due to a lack of preventative measures we are exposed to catastrophic illnesses and all we can do is hope and pray for a miracle.
Nutrition of the Future to live a longer, healthier life
Generally, when it comes to nutrition, we let our desires lead, but we must also try to eat foods that provide the nutrients needed to maintain optimal metabolism and cellular health.
Usually we worry about NOT consuming too many fats in order to take care of our hearts and arteries, only allowing a little sugar for fear of tooth decay and obesity; we do not consume too much salt for fear of high blood pressure, and even opt for whole foods that contain too much fiber. Our concerns about nutrition tend to relate more to our physical appearance and not so much to the health of our organs and tissues.
The new concept of cellular nutrition, aimed at encouraging CELLULAR RENOVATION, this concept will help us understand how our health, and ultimately our cells health, depends largely on the preventative measures we take.
Over the last few years, and mainly in France, Switzerland, England, Germany and the United States, a new concept has emerged known as cellular nutrition. This new therapeutic approach is also referred to by some doctors as orthomolecular nutrition.
Orthomolecular nutrition takes into account that all tissues have a structure that depends on cooperation between different cell types, and that healthy cells are fundamental to the health of tissues and organs.
Cellular nutrition for therapeutic purposes is defined as the supply of nutrients needed to maintain the body’s cells for energy and to keep their structure and function in place.
The cell is wrapped in a thin membrane composed mainly of fat, and inside there are protein molecules that perform in specialized functions. The cell membrane plays a vital role, as it controls what can pass into and out of the cell’s interior. The cell interior, or cytoplasm, contains a number of specialized structures, among which are the nucleus, mitochondria and the Golgi apparatus. Within the nucleus is the genetic material that carries all the information necessary for the functioning of the cell. Mitochondria are responsible for ATP synthesis; or in other words, the production of energy for cellular functions and maintenance of body temperature.
Cell function and physiology may be affected due to poor eating habits (having too little food makes as much of an impact as having too much food), which cause changes in the appropriate levels of minerals, vitamins and other nutrients, just as the appearance and increase of toxins does. All these changes slow down cellular functions and take energy away from the cell.
Excess toxins inhibit or destroy enzymes, impair cellular energy production and prevent the cell from synthesizing proteins. Some toxins affect genetic material and others can damage the cell wall. For example: excess sodium and sugar also have a toxic nature and affect the cell in the same way as toxins do.
There are six major categories of toxins: pesticides, chemical fertilizers, antibiotics, hormone residues, polycyclic hydrocarbons and heavy metals. These toxins attack cells in their most vulnerable places SUCH US enzymes, membranes and nucleic acids.
The results of cell intoxication lead to a decrease in a cell's ability to produce energy and synthesize proteins, depending on the degree of toxicity. As toxins increase, the cell loses more vital energy and the cell loses its ability to properly multiply. Some toxins are more likely to affect nucleic acids such as DNA. The damage caused by toxins to a cell's DNA is much more dangerous, whereas it can alter its genetic code. The toxins that affect DNA are called mutagens and the damage to DNA is called mutation, since it is transmitted to all daughter cells. Cells have enzymes that can repair damage to DNA, replacing damaged sections with ones that have the correct structure. But this amazing regenerative capacity may be diminished by the effects of the toxins listed above and by age.
Toxins also induce increased production of free radicals during ATP synthesis in cell mitochondria. Free radicals are highly reactive molecules that are missing an electron, and which rapidly react with any other molecule in their proximity, damaging crucial proteins, enzymes and weakening cellular structures. Proteins damaged by free radicals affect metabolism, as they interfere with the production of other proteins or molecules. The greater the production of an un-neutralized free radicals in the body; the greater the rate of cellular organic and visible accelerated ageing is within a person.
The individual becomes more susceptible to all types of chronic diseases. The chronic diseases that are most associated with high exposure to free radicals are cancer, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's.
In addition to cellular nutrition for cellular balance, the cell needs…
Cellular Renovation Therapy, was developed at BIOCELL ULTRAVITAL in Switzerland and by the Biocell Laboratories in France, it is the result of over 70 years of research in cellular biotechnology. Each product line is formulated with 100% natural ingredients, clinically tested, that do not contain drugs, steroids, chemicals or any other substances that pose health risks. The composition of a CRT varies depending on the type of product and its therapeutic effect, significantly differentiating itself from other similar therapies.
Cellular Renovation Therapy is primarily a preventative therapeutic approach. It provides essential nutrients via embryonic opotherapeutic extracts such as phyto-organics, enzymes, amino acids, potent antioxidants to neutralize the action of free radicals, and other recognized non-chemical therapeutic substances that stimulate cell regeneration and revitalization. These strengthen the nucleus of the cell, the cell's cycles and specific functions in its renewal phase and subsequent mitosis. These 100% compatible components were included in order to enhance traditional organotherapy and cell therapy formulas based purely on opotherapy. The main objective is to revitalize healthy and/or damaged organs, optimizing the function of the tissues affected by possible structural changes, especially those to which they are predisposed by genetics or hereditary.
Cellular Renovation Therapy has a medium and long term effect, stimulating the body’s own mechanisms for revitalization and healing. Its therapeutic action works as it is incorporated into and accepted as intrinsic, so that it can never injure the receptor body, improving the quality of life in various types of degenerative diseases. CRT does not work like a drug, whereas drugs and chemicals only work until they are broken down by the body's metabolic processes.
The medicine of the future will be defined by three 'Ps':
Preventative: through Cellular Renovation Therapy
Predictive: by looking at each person's genetic profile
Personalized: through the participation of each individual in support of his or her health
A message for life: consult your doctor regularly. BIOCELL ULTRAVITAL Cellular Renovation Therapy.