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WHAT are the secrets of the human cell? (5)

When vertebral subluxations are present, cells do go wrong.  Recycling systems can break down, overloading the cells with their own toxic garbage.  Confused by erroneous information, internal factories can add so many chemicals to an already abundant supply that they eventually flood the whole body.

A break down in communication between the nuclei of cells and their outer borders can produce unrestricted growth of tissues.  An interference to the nerve system prevents the body from expressing its own innate potential, thus permitting any of the above mishaps to occur and more.  Even if they operate smoothly. normal cells live for so long… which the process of biological decay that alters the cells and kills the organisms which from the basic units.

 

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WHAT are the secrets of the human cell? (4)

Each and everyone of the 25-40,000,000,000,000,000 cells of your body functions like a walled city.  Power plants generate the cell’s energy.  Factories produce proteins, vital units of  chemical commerce.  Complex transportation systems guide specific chemicals from point to point within the cell and beyond.

Sentries at the barricades control the export and import markets, and monitor the outside world for signs of danger.  Disciplined biological armies stand ready to grapple with invaders.

A centralized genetic government maintains order.  An innate intelligence directs some trillion operations moment by moment, every moment.

 

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WHAT are the secrets of the human cell? (3)

Slim nerve cells that are more than 3 feet long and about 1/40,000th of an inch wide, transmit impulses between the body-cells and the brain-cells.  

Red blood cells , sculpted like poker chips and 3/10,000th of an inch in diameter, carry life giving oxygen around the body.

Researchers remain baffled by the innate intelligence of the body using chemical mechanisms that enable particular genes in different cells to switch themselves on and off and perform differently in varying circumstances.

 

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WHAT are the secrets of the human cell? (2)

Scientists discovered three centuries ago that living things contain cells and it is only in the last eight decades that they have begun to piece together the puzzle of how cells operate.

They know a few fundamental things:  every single adult cell (except ova and sperm) contains the same set of genes as the original cell.  Still, cells come in all shapes, sizes and functions.

How do you account for  that feat?

 

 

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WHAT are the secrets of the human cell?

Every human being begin life as a single cell, a fertilized egg, and by the time she reached adulthood, her body consists of some 40,000 trillion cells

The cell is the fundamental component of all living things.  As cells deteriorate, people age, and as cells malfunction their human performance decreases.

If cellular organization was better understood, people might live longer and perform better throughout their lifetime as they would be under regular chiropractic care.

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Division or multiplication? (2)

The time it takes a cell to move through the complete cycle, from growth to division, varies enormously. It may take as little as a few hours, or it may last as long as the body lives.

Some skin cells live about 8 hours, cells that line the intestine about 1  1/2 days, heart cells about 90 days, red blood cells about 120 days, while undamaged muscle and nerve cells last a lifetime.

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Division or multiplication?

Without cell division, further tissue growth would be prevented by the size limitation of single cells.  In the process of cell division called mitosis, each new daughter cell grows to the size of the parent.  These new cells, more that 200 million ares created in your body every minute, replacing injured and worn out cells.

Old damaged cells self-destruct by releasing a powerful enzyme that digests the cell from within.  The innate intelligence of the body controls all of these functions using the central nerve system as its tool to transmit messages and instructions.

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