The body is constantly regenerating itself, and there is much that you can do to help it. You can actually help to regulate your body’s tissues with proper nutrition.
The perpetual cell turnover that occurs within our bodies ensures that our bodies keep moving, and that we keep living. However, if you are ill, the regenerative process can become a degenerative one. In this case, proper nutrition becomes very important. We can actually help our bodies stimulate the healing process by adding certain herbs, nutrients and foods. (source)
Here is what the right nutrition can do for your body:
1. Nerve regeneration:
Adding blueberries and green tea to your diet can promote neuronal regeneration and stem-cell regeneration. Other items with these same regenerative properties include turmeric, celery, ginseng, red sage, resveratrol, coffee and Lion’s Mane Mushroom. You can take these items in supplement form, or, for foods such as coffee, green tea, blueberries and turmeric, simply add them to your diet.
2. Nerve repair:
The above compounds also have nerve healing properties as they can actually help to repair the nerves as well. The substances in these compounds will actually stimulate the repair of the protective sheath around the axon of the neurons which is known as myelin. This is sometimes damaged during a neurological injury or harmed if you have an autoimmune disorder.
3. Liver Regeneration:
One compound found within licorice, glycyrrhizin, is a powerful anti-SARS virus that has also been shown to help regenerate the liver and improve its function. So, if you love licorice, here’s your reason to indulge. If not, take a supplement! Other compounds that do the same include:
- Carvacrol, which is found in oregano
- Korean Ginseng
- Vitamin E
4. Beta-Cell Regeneration:
Your kitchen may already contain a cure for type 1 diabetes. Some compounds been shown to regenerate insulin-producing beta cells. These cells are destroyed in insulin dependent diabetes, and once they are restored, could restore the health of patients with diabetes. In fact, those patients may no longer require insulin replacement. (source)
For these amazing compounds, look to:
- Gymenna Sylvestre
- Nigella Sativa Vitamin D
- Bitter Melon
- Corn Silk
- Broccoli Sprouts
5. Hormone Regeneration
For those with hormone imbalances, look to Vitamin C. (source) This is a substance that can truly regulate the body’s ability to regenerate hormones which have degraded.
Vitamin C is actually has the power to resurrect the form and function of estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. Vitamin C can actually be the perfect pairing to hormone replacement therapy.
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