What exactly is a human cell?

Your cells take in food and oxygen and give off waste.  They have the ability to excrete, be productive and reproduce themselves.  Cells that have completed their life cycle are replaced by new cells… this process is called regeneration.

Basically every year, your body renews itself.  For example, heart cells live about 90 days.  Red blood cells, 120 days.  Liver cells, 300 days.  Stomach lining cells 5 days.  Even the DNA which contains millions of years of genetic information is different every 6 weeks.  The innate intelligence of the body renews our cells at the rate of 500,000,ooo,ooo per day.  We actuality change our bodies more rapidly than we change our clothes!

AMAZING ISN’T IT?

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2 lungs to breathe? (2)

With every breath you inhale, you breathe 10 to the power 22 physical atoms which will become part of your brain, kidneys, spleen, gallbladder, etc…  That’s an astronomical  number of atoms.  

Each time you exhale, you breathe out 10 to the power 22 physical atoms also, ridding yourself of parts of your brain, spleen, heart, liver, etc…  so, we literally breathe each others’ body parts. 

We are more intimately interconnected that we believe, physiologically and physically at least!

AMAZING ISN’T IT?

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Tell me more about this innate intelligence again.

Everyone has an innate intelligence and no one can willingly control it.

Suppose you had a pretzel for a snack.  Just how much water would you have to drink to neutralize the salt?  How much faster must your heart beat, should you run to catch a bus, chop some firewood or do any kind of exercise?  How much sugar must be burned within your body in order to maintain it at 98.6 degrees of human temperature?

Well, now, these questions need not bother you a bit.  There is not a chemist or a scientist in the world who can tell you.

But that liver of yours can handle the sugar problem if you never saw the inside of a textbook of chemistry.

Your heart, the number of heartbeats and the stomach will call for its water and tell you when it gets enough.

Your innate intelligence uses your nerve system to communicate and control every function of every system, organ, gland and cell know and unknown within your body.

Amazing isn’t it?