Our life, at least the bodily and mental aspects, depends on our cells, that is, on these microscopic units we depend on to exist. Cells allow all vital functions: from growth to mobility, from procreation to metabolism. More than 80-100 billion cells are present in our body. Genetic information is stored and encoded in the cell nucleus. Just to cite one example among many, these cells contain multiple power plants, called mitochondria, which ensure continuous energy production. If these power plants do not fully fulfill their functions, we suffer a loss of energy and our cells are no longer able to duplicate optimally, thus, allowing disease and malfunction of other cells and then to the organs and vital systems. A cellular malfunction can produce a series of symptoms that vary from weakness and lack of energy, to functional problems of specific organs, which lead over time to multiple cellular disorders that are the causes of endless diseases. The life cycle of our cells can last only a few days or our entire life, as in the case of nerve cells.
To protect them we need a correct Cellular Renewal that provides optimal nutrition to the cells. In the event of a shortage of these important substances, cells lose their effectiveness and can no longer perform their functions properly.
It’s not just about living more, but living better
In ten years, about one in five people in the United States will be over 65, and three in four will have two or more serious health problems. At least one in four can expect to have memory lapses and reasoning confusion, while one in ten will suffer from dementia.
Currently, doctors do not finish solving the chronic diseases of older adults: you treat one and another appears. Instead, the goal is to combat aging itself, the main risk factor for almost all serious diseases.
Although these therapies could extend longevity, the experts at Schweizer Klinik say that this is a side effect and not the real objective, as we strive to make treatments so that people are basically out of the red zone for as long as possible, the years when health and quality of life deteriorate considerably.