For someone with chronic illness, eating packaged food is like putting water in a gas tank and expecting the car to run. What we put in our body is what the body uses to create our cells. The body replaces cells every so often, depending on the cell. For example, the normal life span of a red blood cell is about four months (meaning that four months from now every red blood cell in your body will have died and been replaced with new ones). The lining of the gut is rebuilt approximately every 28-29 days. It is said that, after 7 years, the body has replaced every cell. Think about how powerful that is.
If we potentially have 70-85% influence influence on whether or not the disease process is triggered in our body, and we know the body replaces every cell after a seven year period, then just think of how much influence and power we have over the direction of our own health! So what does the body use to rebuild these cells? » Read more..
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