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CELLULAR EXERCISE

AIDS IN DISEASE PREVENTION AND HEALTHY AGING

Brian L. Schwager, C.M.R.

Newly Revised 2007-08 Edition

Science has long proven that aging and disease occur at the cellular level.

As far back as the early 1800’s scientific research indicated the importance of a clean cellular environment in the fight against illness. French Physiologist, Claude Bernard, believed it was the cellular environment or what he referred to as the “milieu interior environment1 that needed to be clean in order to promote health and prevent illness. This “biological terrain” or “cellular environment” inside the body consists of 70% water and the brain is up to 80% water. This fluid plays an important role in the cells function. These fluid rich environments, the arterial blood and lymphatic systems, both represent biological terrains. Both of these systems represent an important aspect to the health and well-being of the human body. These two systems need to be clean of pollutants and other cellular waste that can cause illness. The arterial blood system is very important, as it provides us with all the living matter we need to survive.

 

Then there is the much ignored and misunderstood lymphatic system, this network of vessels and lymph nodes that runs throughout the body, transports lymph fluid, eliminates toxins, and helps keep the cellular environment clean. It is the sewage system of the entire body. The lymphatic system is responsible for the removal of toxins, and other cellular waste products of the body that need to be removed. This will have an affect on every cell and organ in the body. The lymphatic system is where some of the immune cells function. If this system gets overly polluted and toxic, it can make it is very difficult on the immune system. This in turn leaves the body more susceptible to what I refer to as “health challenges” (diseases/illnesses).

 

Claude Bernard also suggested that, “disease was a by-product of imbalance in the interior environment.”2 The cellular environment needs to remain free of excess pollution or toxicity; if it does not the cells begin to lose their function. As cells lose their function, they gradually succumb to health challenges. “There is only one disease: malfunctioning cells.”3

 

There are over 70-trillion cells in the body and they all have specific functions. Some of their functions include tissue rebuilding, cellular defense to illness, oxygen & water utilization and transportation. There are immune cells that constantly defend our bodies against foreign invaders and cells that rebuild tissue. “Our bodies produce more than 10 million new cells every second, as we constantly rebuild our tissues. How healthy are each of these new cells? If we replace sick cells with sick cells, we will never recover.”4

 

When the cells of the body are not functioning at their best, the results are health challenges. It is very important that the cellular environment stay as clean as possible so it can properly nourish each cell. It has been said that the cellular environment or biological terrain can be compared to that of a fish aquarium. Like an aquarium, the inside of the body is mostly water and like an aquarium, it is vitally important that the water remains clean, oxygenated, and has food available.

 

Fish must have a clean environment in which to live healthfully, so like the fish swimming in their clean and healthy aquarium, your cells swim in their cellular environments and like an aquarium, the fluid needs to be clean, oxygenated, and have food available for the cells. What would happen to the fish in an aquarium if the water became toxic, low in oxygen, and you did not give them any food?

 

I think you know what would happen.

 

With that in mind, if your cellular environment becomes overly polluted the cells begin to lose their functional ability to do what they are suppose to do. Remember each cell has a specific function; muscles, tendons, bones, and nerves cells will all start to lose their functionality. Now think of how many functions of the body your cells are in control of; this would be devastating to the life of your body.

 

Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Alexis Correl states, “The secret to life is to feed and nourish the cells and let them flush their waste and toxins.  If this does not happen, the cells will die of their own waste products.”

 

Dr. Alexis Correl, like Physiologist Claude Bernard and other physicians have shown repeatedly that the cellular environment should be our primary focus in reducing the chances of health challenges.

 

Amazingly, there is an exercise that actually assists in not only cleaning the cellular environment, in addition, it will strengthen every cell in the body; it is called “Cellular Exercise,” or what has been commonly referred to as “Rebounding.”

 

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