Cells are constantly engaged in internal biochemical reactions. From the cell membrane to external environment to absorb nutrients excrete metaboilc wastes in order to maintain the body’s normal life activities. Different cells in human body possess different lifespan. Intestinal cells have lifespan of 3 days, 28 days for skin cells; lifespan of liver cells is 500 days while the brain and bone marrow cells have a lifespan for decades that is almost equal to a human’s lifespan. The lifespan of red blood cells is 120 days and some white blood cells only live a few hours. In the whole body, there are about 100 million cell deaths in every minute. However at the same time, it also has the same number of new born cell reproduction, replacing the aging and dying cells to maintain the body’s growth, development, reproduction, and repair after injury. As the age increases, the death of cells surpasses the regeneration of cells leading to gradual decline and aging of tissues, causing aging in humans. When there is more than 70% of cell death, life meets its end. Every minute there will be millions of intracellular biochemical reactions and each of the biochemical reactions must involve activated peptides.
The body needs to intake protein from food, but usually the protein that we consume from food are large molecular weight proteins. Some food protein may even have the molecular weight of 100 million and these molecules are composing of criss-cross protein amino acid. These macromolecular protein are complex with repeated overlapping against one another. After consumption, enzymes such as pepsin, tripsin, amylase, and the body’s acid-base enzymes will degrade the material, which is usually know as “digest”. However, these protein macromolecules are very difficult to be digested by the body and after consuming it, will only manage to break them down into a few thousands molecules while the other are not being digested and broken down to be excreted out from the body. The ones that managed to be digested are broken down into small peptides and amino acids. Finally, they are absorbed mainly in the form small peptides and secondary amino acid residues, entering the body to synthesize human protein. They are used by cells, tissues, and organs to play a role in physiological activity. the steps above describe the normal absorption mechanism to synthesizing peptides in the body. However, for unhealthy body especially people having problems with their digestive system, consuming large molecule of proteins will greatly reduce the ability to break them down normally for synthesizing peptide. Therefore, we need to supplement peptides.
American author Raymond Francis presents a new point of view in his book “Never Be Sick Again”. He believes that since a human body is made up of 60 trillion cells, then there should not be hundreds of human diseases. The one and only disease that the human should have is the disease of cells. Any problem occurs in an organ’s cell metabolism will cause the death of cell to a certain level, hence causing the organ to be ill. If all the cells are healthy, how could our organs be ill? In other words, take good care of your cells and diseases will not come knocking on your body.
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