Cells That Refuse To Die
|Our 70 Trillion Cells In The Human Body All Have A Life Span||Darrell Miller||08/18/16|
August 18, 2016 04:03 PM
Author: Darrell Miller
Subject: Our 70 Trillion Cells In The Human Body All Have A Life Span
All the cells in our body have a life span, they live for a short time and then diet. When the DNA in these cells get damaged, the cells sometimes do not die, but instead they start replicating their damaged DNA over and over causing cancer and tumors. Every time a cell replicates it makes a copy of itself, we do not want damaged cells replicating them selves.
Cells get damaged from free radicals. Just breathing causes free radicals. Eating large amounts of food causes free radicals. The only thing that can protect the body from free radicals is antioxidants. This is why it is important to eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables. fruits and vegetables are packed with antioxidants.
Many herbs are also consider antioxidants, one in particular has been getting a lot of publicity lately. Curcumin from turmeric is that herb. Research is discovering that the curcumin has a lot of health benefits. The ORAC value of curcumin makes it the strongest antioxidant gram for gram compared to any other natural substance out there.
If you want to protect your body from free radical damage, eat lots of fruits and vegetables, also cut back on the size of your meals. Smaller meals means less free radical production, and by all means take curcumin daily to help fight free radical damage and help your cells replicate the right way.