At the physical level, there is only one type of disease and thats cellular disease.
As living organisms, humans are made up of approximately 70 trillion living intelligent cells which compose the human body at any one time. We generate about 200 million cells per minute, and approx 300 billion new cells every day. They are the source of the body’s energy supply and what keeps you functioning at optimal health. In fact, without cells, there would be no functioning at all. As soon as the cells lose any of their capacity to produce optimal energy for the body, the result is a decline in health and the emergence of degenerative conditions.
Cellular nutrition is a revolutionary scientific concept which explains the primary cause of disease. At the most basic level, disease and its symptoms reside first at the cellular level. In this model, unhealthy cells cause unhealthy organs, unhealthy organs lead to deficient metabolic activities, and this in turn leads to symptoms, which we name disease.
Healthy cell life produces what we call “vitality” – a healthy level of energy and resistance to stress. These cells are the most basic units of life which make up our bones, blood, tissues, brain, tissues, organs, organ systems and thus the organism.
The concept of Cellular nutrition explains that the primary cause of today’s most common chronic diseases, including various forms of cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, arthritis, cancer, and others, is a chronic deficiency of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other specific nutrients at the cellular level. Cellular Nutrition defines an optimum daily intake of specific micronutrients as a basis for supporting and promoting optimal cellular physiology and structure. This also includes microbes, or probiotic commensal cells which make up upwards of half of our body’s cells.
There are more than 70 micronutrients that are essential for cellular functions. They include; 40 minerals, 16 vitamins and 21 essential amino acids. These essential nutrients have been chosen based on scientific criteria for the nourishment of the fundamental unit of the human organism — the cell.