The Healthy Cell Concept

The Healthy Cell Concept 2018-01-14T20:32:00+00:00

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It is really quite simple. If you help your cells to remain healthy, your body as a whole will stay healthy. After all, your body is made up of cells. Approaching health and wellness on a cellular level, from a cell’s point of view, we learn many amazing and valuable things about our bodies.

For example, in order for your cells to be healthy, there are four contributing factors you can control:If just one of these quadrants is being neglected the result can be illness, discomfort, pain, decrease in productivity… Well, you get the idea. Needless to say, knowledge in these four areas is power:

1. Cell Food – In order for the cell to operate, it needs nutrients. You are, quite literally, what you eat. Your cellular food could improve.

2. Cell Environment – Your cells are surrounded by fluid (called interstitial fluid). Since most of it is composed of water, it is safe to say that the quality of the water you take in is critical to your cell environment. Your cell environment could improve.

3. Cell Communication – Your cells communicate and act in unison partly as a result of transmission between them and the brain. If transmission isn’t clear then the cells do not function properly. There are ways you could enhance and train your cellular communication.

4. Cell Exercise – No, the cells don’t have muscles! However, muscles are made up of cells. Did you know that many forms of exercise can actually improve the flow of interstitial fluid in between the cells? This helps create better circulation, which affects every thing else in the healthy Cell Concept. Walking, stretching, running, biking, etc all help to accomplish these benefits. Two weak to exercise much? Let our Hula Chair do the exercising for you! The rotating action of the hula chair helps get the blood flowing and effectively stimulates the lymphatic system without trauma to
the musculoskeletal system. This helps with detoxification and also strengthens muscles and ligaments.

Here is another article about the cellular effects of exercise: Do Your Cells Need Exercise?