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After Few Days Yor Liver, Skin And Heart Will Be Regenerated

Written By Admin on Friday, May 13, 2016 | 7:04:00 AM

Old cells must be replaced with new cells in order to prolong the lifetime so the good regeneration of organs is quite significant and important for the overall health. For this kind of regeneration the food is very important and it is useful to know which foods can help you most.

The liver can regenerate. Its cells live for around 150 days after the new ones replace the old and the liver continues with its function – discharge of toxins from the body.
Until recently, it was taught that the heart cannot be regenerated but recent studies have shown that organism’s pump also can be regenerated up to 3-4 times in a lifetime.
The cells of the intestines are renewed on every 4-5 days, the skin is renewed in every 28 days, the red blood cells in every 4 months, it takes 10 years to bones and when it comes to brain cells – they do not regenerate, so, what we need to keep that what we received after birth.
Nerves renewal- there are many natural compounds that act regenerative on nerves. Recent study showed that the combination of blueberries, green tea and carnosine helps in nerve regeneration of the stem cells in animals with neurodegenerative diseases.
Other substances with similar effects are:
  • royal jelly
  • red sage
  • green tea
  • blueberries
  • celery
  • parsley
  • coffee
  • turmeric
Regeneration of liver – in the sweet root there is the compound glycyrrhizin. According to study, it is proved that it can be great stimulus for regeneration in animals at which surgically one part of the liver was removed. Other substances that help in the regeneration of liver are: artichoke, turmeric, oil of oregano, vitamin E (spinach, tofu, fish, avocado, sunflower, almond, olive oil and broccoli)
Regeneration of beta cells – These cells produce insulin in the pancreas. With these following compounds were done out successful experiments to help diabetics: vitamin D (fish, eggs, cheese, caviar), curcumin (turmeric root), arginine (red meat, seafood, sesame, eggs and soy), sulforaphane (kale, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower).
Hormonal regeneration – one of the compounds that regulates hormones is vitamin C. This vitamin can retain the form and function of estradiol (and estrogen, E2), progesterone and testosterone, so it could be a good supplement or replacement for hormonal therapy.
Regeneration of cardiac muscle – compounds that stimulate cell building blocks in cardiac muscle are: siberian ginseng, resveratrol (black grapes, genoa wine, dark chocolate) N-acetil-cistein (chicken, pork, young cheese, oatmeal, wheat germ).
Regeneration of cartilage, joints and spine – At recoveries in case of spine injuries, curcumin and resveratrol are excellent, while in case of osteoarthritis, degenerative disease of joints, there is wide spekar with potentially regenerative substances found in foods rich in vitamin E.