Our bodies are made up of billions, even trillions of tiny biological machines called cells. If each of those little machines is operating optimally (hopefully), then the whole system will feel better, look better, and perform better. Right? In short, cell function is a direct indicator of cellular health. If a cell is not functioning correctly, the metabolic processes necessary to sustain life are compromised, thus increasing a person's risk for disease. A Disease can manifest subtly with symptoms like weight gain or general fatigue, or it can manifest more acutely with signs and symptoms like tumors or infections.
Here are the recommended nutrients you need to treat, or mitigate some of these illnesses and conditions listed below.
How can we ensure our cells are functioning optimally?
By nourishing our cells with the micronutrients they need to sustain good health, and by measuring our cells' capacity to utilize these nutrients to carry out their intended functions. Virtually all biochemical reactions that happen every second throughout the entire body occur inside of our cells (intracellular) and are dependent on micronutrients.
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