Our skin is the largest organ of our body, and protects us from harmful elements in the environment. Environmental pollution, poor nutrition, and excess stress can result in the dehydration and premature ageing of the skin, which is evidenced by wrinkles, lines, stretch marks, acne, rashes, liver spots, blemishes, rough and dry skin, bruising, and dark circles under the eyes. (p.632 & pp.688-689)

Cellfood:A Nutritional Breakthrough


by Dr. Laz Bannock, Ph.D., Director The Centre for Integrative Medicine, London Published in Functional Nutrition— August, 2003 IT’S BEEN SAID that “we are what we eat.” But a much more accurate definition is “we are what we can get out of food.” For health and well-being depend not just on the nutrients we take in, but on what the body can absorb from those nutrients. Simply put, nutrients need to be biologically available to the cells, and the cells need to be in optimum condition to absorb the nutrients— this, in truth, is the key to successful nutrition.

Free radicals and oxidative stress


Free radicals are normally present in the body in relative small amounts. An excess can be produced by different factors such as exposure to radiation (sun rays or medical x-rays), exposure to environmental pollutants such as vehicle exhaust fumes and tobacco smoke, exposure to medicines, toxins, chemicals and foods high in fat and unhealthy oils. A free radical can be defined as an individual or group of atoms that posses at least one unpaired electron thus making it highly reactive and unstable. It interacts with key cell components causing irreversible damage to a cell resulting in the increased development of diseases such as cancer,...

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