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Integrated Cell Regeneration

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Our level of peace set the level of cell regeneration in our body. Our moments of relaxation are necessary to create an appropriate environment for our cells to work in an appropriate way to keep our body in state of regeneration.

The energetic processes that occur in our body are influenced by the way we integrate to reality, when we are conscious about keeping our mind in a receptive state and from our peace we decide to integrate external information received, we express our essence with the purpose of strengthening the environment of regeneration in our body and our society.

By trusting ourselves to construct from our peace, we understand that our own truth connects us to the present moment of our society and leads us to create different ways of relating with ourselves and everything and everyone around.

Our cells respond to our personal state and to each decision we make, it depends on us to recognize our state of peace and make each decision only when it is aligned to it, in order to enhance our own cell regeneration.

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Regulating Our Metabolism With Iodine

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In this journey through minerals, we have known a little more about Calcium (click here to read about calcium) and Iron (click here to read about iron), and its importance for the body. Today, the issue is the IODINE. The body of an adult contains an average of around 20 to 50 mg of iodine, and most of it is found in the thyroid gland. Iodine is essential for the formation of the thyroid hormone that secretes this gland, which is important for the regulation of metabolism. Thyroid hormones in children support normal growth and development, including mental development.

It is important to know how to optimize the absorption of iodine and foods that contain higher concentrations of the mineral.

  1. Iodine is better absorbed when our intestine is balanced, this is achieved by investing in the consumption of more natural and organic foods (if possible) and consuming enough water and enough omegas to keep our bowels moving.
  2. Foods of marine origin (like seaweed) and iodized salt contain the highest levels of iodine (a good portion of sushi, even without fish, is a good source of iodine if it’s made with seaweed and salt).

IODINE is one of the essential micronutrients we need to consume in the appropriate measure for our own body (click here to read about cell regeneration and micronutrients). We need to remember that our body has a special way of reacting to what we intake, that’s why it is very important to be conscious about what is really appropriate for us (click here to read about our nutricional consciousness) It is always time to know our bodies and give them just what’s necessary, this is part of a process of connection that leads us to develop our energetic efficiency, what allows us to increase our creativity and creation levels.

Love,
Ángel

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Nutritional Necessities: Adaptation to the Context

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As humanity evolves, eating habits are transformed. Milk and meat have been necessary, especially for people who have lived as nomads (usually blood type B) and for people who have been hunters, either due to lack of knowledge to work the land or the Infertility of the soil they inhabit (usually blood type O), but, are dairy and meat products really necessary for our nutrition? The answer is NO. The only reason why these foods are still relevant is because of the presence of vitamin B12 that can easily be found in the consumption of boiled eggs. In addition, vitamin B12 is preserved in the liver.

Currently, we have a greater stability that allows us to develop agriculture in our fertile soils and transport the natural products to several places, making possible the consumption of the nutrients that we really need. For this reason it is possible to adapt to the context so we can really give our body what it needs to nourish our cells and bring more energy to maintain our health (click here to read about micronutrients for cell regeneration), this way, and associating nutrition with healthy habits such as learning how to breathe, how to allow emotions to flow, how to get enough sleep and doing physical exercises (click here to buy the ebook 7 Levels for Personal Empowerment, which brings practical exercises to integrate and create a more integral and healthy life), we increase our energy levels and we learn to relate in a more conscious way with our own body.

Now that we have the option of acquiring habits that construct our nutrition, it is important to begin to seek knowledge, to experiment with our own body (click here to read about expanding nutritional consciousness) and to find the most appropriate way to nourish ourselves. By doing this, we are supporting the construction of a more conscious and peaceful consumption (our bodies, the animals and the planet are grateful for it). These are some actions we can take to perceive the response of our body:

  1. RESTRICTION TEST: Choosing a food to suspend for a week, first beef, then pork, then chicken, then fish (according to each case) and then milk, cheeses, prepared meat products, etc. . This same test is good for all the food we eat, since each organism reacts differently and the idea is to find the foods that really give us energy because they nourish ourselves.

  2. SMELL AND TASTE TEST: The taste of food varies a lot, especially when there is a tendency to mix food with other foods, which is very common. The proposal is to take each of the foods separately, without salt, to feel if we really like the smell and the taste of them alone, raw and cooked.

By understanding how our body works and learning to give what it needs, we perceive that we can maintain a high level of energy during the day eating less (click here to read about eating less nourishing more) and restore our organs health and integrity from the cell (click here to read about the importance of proteins for cells).

Love,
Ángel

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Micronutrients Part 2: Regenerating our cells

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Now that we understand that, in order to nourish ourselves better, we need to eat less but with more quality (click here to read the first part of the Micronutrients series), we can better understand how functional foods are integrated to enhance cell regeneration.

Our cells regenerate themselves if we give them the appropriate environment and time to do it, that is why we must avoid excesses, both of things considered “good” and those considered “bad”, all that our body really needs at a nutritional level (micro and macronutrients) must be consumed consciously in the appropriate measure for our own body, that is why it is so important to perceive the reactions that arise to each food that we consume separately, considering that there may be reactions from the moment that we smell it, until the moment it leaves the body completely (click here to read the article on expansion of nutritional consciousness).

Now, let’s imagine that every constructive habit we have (nourish ourselves, breathe better, do some physical activity, take care of our emotional health, sleep better) is promoting cell regeneration and maintaining the functioning of our body stable, and that every destructive habit we have (consume empty food, smoking, drinking excessively, staying emotional, breathing inadequately, being sedentary, sleeping poorly) is increasingly degenerating each of our cells and, consequently, our organs, causing alterations in the functioning of our body and leading ourselves to states in which we can not continue to be empowered of our own lives, because we are increasingly dependent on what helps us to recover our natural state of health (which we have created with our own destructive habits, and we can also reverse them).

Understanding better that we can assume the responsibility for really taking care of our body, as a main priority, since when having health we can perform better in what we enjoy doing, let’s see how functional foods, those full of essential nutrients that enhance our health, assist us in building an appropriate environment for our cells to continue their regeneration process bringing health to our body and higher levels of energy:

  1. CONTRIBUTION OF CLEAN ENERGY: By consuming natural foods, rich in micro and macronutrients, which are accepted by the cells, the cells can continue their process of obtaining what they need without having to fight what they can’t accept, therefore their energy is clean and focused on maintaining its functional process in our body. This is mainly done by fruits, vegetables, cereals, nuts and seeds, because of its high content of carbohydrates and healthy fats.

  2. GROWTH AND REGENERATION: While our body is growing, it needs material so that the cells can divide and form the necessary structures. When we reach adulthood, the cells need the proper material to keep themselves in constant regeneration and to renew dead cells of organs. like the skin. For growth and regeneration, the main foods are cereals, nuts, seeds and water (mineralized), due to their high content of proteins and minerals.

  3. REGULATION: Inside the cells, chemical reactions take place that need, especially, the presence of vitamins to occur. Here we find the need to consume fruits, nuts, vegetables and water (mineralized), due to its high content of vitamins and minerals.

I have a diet based on fruits, vegetables, cereals, nuts, germinated seeds, and the appropriate amount of mineralized water for my body, which is where I can find all the nutrients I need, the only thing I consume from animal sources are eggs (once or twice a month), they are my source of vitamin B12 (for now), since I prefer to feed properly than include any type of supplement in my diet. And you? On what do you base your diet? Does it work for you?

Love,
Ángel

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Cell Regeneration: 6 foods to increase protein daily intake

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We are all different and it is important that we learn to understand our body signals to feed it in a more efficient way. Following the 4 steps to expand nutritional consciousness (click here to read the full article) we are able to get in touch with the reaction food causes and integrate that into our diet. Remember that is necessary to detach from some limiting beliefs (click here to read the article about beliefs) about certain foods, as we read in the last articles, in order to transform , efectively, feeding into nutrition (click here to read about cell regeneration and micronutrients).

Let’s define feeding and nutrition to see the difference. Feeding consists on comsuming substances to keep our vital functions, is the way we give energy to our bodies. Feeding occurs, mainly, based on the awareness of macronutrients, proteins, carbohydrates and lipids (fat). Nutrition consists on providing substances necessary for our preservation and growth, here we perceive the body as an organism in constanc evolution and regeneration that needs macro and micronutrients, vitamins and minerals, to keep the balance and, consequently, create a perfect health state.

In the book Human nutrition in the developing world (available in English atFood and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations – FAO website), Professor, Michael C. Latham, talk about proteins as follows. Proteins contain carbon, hydrogen, oxigen, nitrogen and, often, sulphur. They are particularly important as nitrogenous substances, and are necessary for growth and repair of the body. Proteins are the main structural constituents of the cells, and they make up the greater portion of the substance of the muscles and organs (apart from water).

Proteins are necessary:

  • for growth and development of the body;
  • for body maintenance and the repair and replacement of worn out or damaged tissues;
  • to produce metabolic and digestive enzymes;
  • as an essential constituent of certain hormones, such as thyroxine and insulin.

Although proteins can yield energy, their main importance is rather as an essential constituent of all cells. All cells may need replacement from time to time, and their replacement requires protein.

Any protein eaten in excess of the amount needed for growth, cell and fluid replacement and various other metabolic functions is used to provide energy, which the body obtains by changing the protein into carbohydrate. If the carbohydrate and fat in the diet do not provide adequate energy, then protein is used to provide energy; as a result less protein is available for growth, cell replacement and other metabolic needs. This point is especially important for children, who need extra protein for growth. If they get too little food for their energy requirements, then the protein will be diverted for daily energy needs and will not be used for growth.

Now that we know the importance of the proteins for our body it is necessary to ask ourselves some questions to discover if we are having an appropriate daily intake of proteins:

  1. What foods do we consume every day?
  2. Do we know if they contain proteins?
  3. What is the amount of protein we consume daily?

If in our diet are missing sources of protein we can integrate these foods into our diet:

  1. Almonds (21 grams of protein per 100 grams) – ALL BLOOD TYPES EXCEPT AB
  2. Nogal Walnuts (15 grams of protein per 100 grams) – ALL BLOOD TYPES
  3. Macadamia nuts (8 grams of protein per 100 grams) – ALL BLOOD TYPES
  4. Peanut (26 grams of protein per 100 grams) – BLOOD TYPES A and AB
  5. Linseed/Flaxseed (14 grams of protein per 100 grams) – ALL BLOOD TYPES
  6. Boiled Eggs (13 grams of protein per 100 grams) – ALL BLOOD TYPES

Remember that the cleaner our intestines are the better nutrients absorption will occur, so it is important to keep a healthy diet with enough water and fiber (click here to read the article about nutrient absorption).

Love,
Ángel

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