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4 Basic Elements for Body Cell Optimization

Our body consists of 4 elements that are denoted as the basic building blocks.

1. Oxygen

  1. Our body cell comprises of 65% of oxygen.
  2. It is an absolutely vital element in maintaining the cellular health of our body.
  3. Oxygen burns the glucose or sugar present in our bodies to produce energy in the form of Adenosine Tri Phosphate (ATP). ATP is then hydrolysed to release the energy when body requires it.

A. Health implications of Oxygen

Healthy oxygen counts in the body Lower oxygen Counts in the body
Better Immune functions Weaker immune function
Higher energy level Fatigue
Improved T-cell counts in the body Lower T-cell counts in the body

B. Sources

  • Fresh air: Allow fresh air to constantly pass through your rooms. Air contains more than 20% atmospheric oxygen that can be inhaled to increase the oxygen level in your body.
  • Plant-based foods: Eat more vegetables to increase the uptake of more oxygen in your body. Vegetables contain abundant vitamins and minerals that aids in absorbing oxygen more readily in your body.
  • Drink more water: Water contains more than 30% of dissolved oxygen and drinking plenty of water increases the intake of oxygen in our body.

2. Carbon

  1. Human body consists of 18% carbon complex.
  2. It is used to make proteins, fats and carbohydrates in our body.
  3. Carbon alongside oxygen is also required in breaking down of glucose to produce energy in the form of ATP.

A. Health Implications of Carbon

Benefits of carbon in the body Negative aspects of carbon in the body
Improves the metabolism in our body. Excess Carbon dioxide levels in the body can damage the cells and organs of our body.
Activated charcoal on carbon can be used to absorb toxins and gases. Intake of carbon monoxide can result in headaches, dizziness, and nausea.
Helps sustain beneficial microbes and bacteria in our body.

B. Sources

High amount of carbon can be obtained from lamb, beef, cheese, pork, turkey and chicken. Carbon can also be obtained from plant based food sources like rice, nuts, legumes and potatoes.

3. Hydrogen

  1. 9.5% of our body mass consists of hydrogen.
  2. Around 60% of our body is made up of water and Hydrogen is an important constituent of water comprising of more than 60% in a dissolved state.
  3. It helps our cells remain hydrated and free from toxins.

A. Health Implications of Hydrogen

Benefits of hydrogen in the body Negative side-effects of hydrogen in the body
Improves the metabolism of fat and glucose in our body. Excess atmospheric hydrogen can create oxygen deficiency in the body.
Helps maintain the necessary blood PH level in our body. Excess atmospheric hydrogen could lead to dizziness, headaches, nausea and vomiting.
Reduces inflammation in the body.  
Maintains stronger muscles and bones.  

B. Sources

  1. Water: Drink plenty of water to keep yourself hydrated. Each water molecule consists of more than 60% hydrogen.
  2. Fruits and whole grain foods such as brown rice, bulgur, oatmeal and pop corns are great sources of carbohydrates and hydrogen. The chemical structure of the carbohydrates consists of hydrogen. These carbohydrates are broken down by the body to produce energy.
  3. Proteins such as meat, fish, poultry and legumes are a great source of amino acid. The amino acid contains hydrogen that is broken down and used by our body.

4. Nitrogen

  1. 3% of our body mass consists of nitrogen.
  2. Nitrogen is responsible for the formation of our hair, muscle, skin and tissues.
  3. It is also responsible for the creation of our DNA and RNA that synthesise the proteins in our body.
  4. Nitrogen converts ammonia to urea. The urea is then excreted out of our body by the kidneys in the form of urine.

A. Health Implications of Nitrogen

Adequate Nitrogen in the body Inadequate Nitrogen in the body
Stronger muscles and bones Weaker DNA
Stronger DNA and RNA. Weak bones and muscles.

B. Sources

  1. Meat sources: Organ meats like heart and liver, lean cut beef and lambs steaks are good sources of nitrogen.
  2. Sea foods: Crab, shrimp and lobsters contains fairly moderate amount of nitrogen.
  3. Vegetable: Peas, all the leafy green vegetables and legumes contains great amount of nitrogen.

The elements Oxygen, Carbon, Hydrogen and Nitrogen are needed by the body to optimize the cell functioning and a healthy living. A fall in the level in any of these is sure to adversely affect your health and well-being.

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Posted by chall at November 27, 2017 10:36 am | No Comments »

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