In this final installment of the Nutrition Illusion, we will be looking at how the human body actually rebuilds itself. How is this possible, you ask? It is the way our bodies were designed. We not only hinder but completely shut down the process by what we put into our incredibly created bodies.
FACT: Your entire body totally rebuilds itself in less than 2 years — and 98% in less than a year.
Every cell in your body eventually dies and is replaced with new cells. Every day is a new opportunity to build a new body!
According to naturalcuresnotmedicine.com
- Your DNA renews itself every 2 months.
- Your skin rebuilds itself in 1 month. (especially at night)
- Your liver rebuilds itself in 6 weeks.
- The lining in your stomach rebuilds itself in 5 days.
- Your brain rebuilds itself in 1 year.
- Your blood rebuilds itself in 4 months.
- Your body builds a whole new skeleton in 3 months.
- (Some research says 2 years some say 10 years*)
Lorraine Day, M.D. says, “Your body is designed to heal itself. If you cut your hand – it will heal automatically, unless you deliberately put dirt in it, or you keep picking it open, or if your immune system is severely suppressed by the way you have been eating and living resulting in some very serious illness that causes delayed healing.”
We don’t realize that when we put unhealthy food in our bodies we are actually causing injury. If we continue we cause irreparable damage and disease sets in that we can’t get rid of. Doctors only know how to treat the symptom and drugs only mask them.
Many people fret about ageing, little realizing that whatever your age in years, some of your body parts are just a few weeks, even days, old. This is because they are constantly renewing themselves. Find out what Angela Epstein says about how old you really are.
Research at the Stanford School of Medicine tell us that:
- Every one of us completely regenerates our own skin every 7 days. A cut heals itself and disappears in a week or two. Every single cell in our skeleton is replaced every 7 years.
- The future of medicine lies in understanding how the body creates itself out of a single cell and the mechanisms by which it renews itself throughout life.
- When we achieve this goal, we will be able to replace damaged tissues and help the body regenerate itself, potentially curing or easing the suffering of those afflicted by disorders like heart disease, Alzheimers, Parkinsons, diabetes, spinal cord injury and cancer.
- Research at the institute leverages Stanford’s many strengths in a way that promotes that goal. The institute brings together experts from a wide range of scientific and medical fields to create a fertile, multidisciplinary research environment.
Alan Russell is a professor of surgery — and of chemical engineering. In crossing the two fields, he is expanding our palette of treatments for disease, injury and congenital defects. We can treat symptoms, he says, or we can replace our damaged parts with bioengineered tissue. As he puts it: “If newts can regenerate a lost limb, why can’t we?” Watch his video.
The information is here for us. What we do with it is up to us. We can continue on our current path and spend billions of dollars on treatments and drugs that don’t work but make the big pharmaceutical companies wealthy and keep us sick. We can take responsibility for our own health and start today on a new path to healthy living and regenerating our bodies the way God intended.