A Glance At Our Health

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We all come to a time when our own image in the mirror scares the living daylights out of us. The aging process is not kind to many. In return we are not kind to our bodies. The human body is an incredible Organic Machine. Working 24hrs a day 365 days of the year. It’s working hard constantly to keep balance, heal, protect and age itself thru genetic codes implanted within each of us from our ancestors.

This genetic structure known as DNA and RNA are the ingredients that make up the recipe on how are bodies are going to function. Laying out the road map each second of the day. This structure is evolving our bodies natural ability to heal and reject toxins. It sets the course on hair loss, skin growth, muscle development and also keeps the internal and external rhythms going with strong, regular, repeated patterns of movement and sounds.

For many it seems that no matter how much the body is abused, it works to scar or heal. The liver is the only internal organ that can regenerate itself. In fact, you can lose up to 75 percent of your liver, and the remaining parts can regenerate itself into a whole liver again. Of course as long as the damage did not reach the tipping point.

Repairing Your Health

Some parts of our bodies can repair themselves well after injury, while others don’t repair at all. We certainly can’t regrow a whole leg or arm, but we can take care and feed our bodies what is needed to help speed up the healing process. Our skin is constantly being renewed and repaired.

The process is easy to see if you watch babies’ limbs grow and their bodies get bigger. It’s also obvious when our hair and toenails grow or healthy skin emerges after a burn peels away.  There are countless numbers of products that help speed up this process of human cell growth. Hair, Skin and Nails products are usually made with high contents of the vitamin Biotin. It’s an important component of enzymes in the body that break down certain substances like fats, carbohydrates, and others.

For those who don’t or cant take supplements, you can feed your body with foods such as eggs, milk, or bananas containing small amounts of biotin. Taking biotin can also prevent blood levels of biotin from becoming too low. Low blood levels of biotin can cause thinning of the hair and rash around the eyes, nose, and mouth.

Other common names for Biotin are Biotina, Biotine, Biotine-D, Coenzyme R, D-Biotin, Vitamin B7, Vitamin H, Vitamine B7, Vitamine H, W Factor, Cis-hexahydro-2-oxo-1H-thieno[3,4-d]-imidazole-4-valeric Acid.

Foods for Biotin

The function biotin serves in the development of an embryo. It makes sense that egg yolks are one of the most biotin-rich things you can eat. Almonds that are raw, salted, or roasted contain high levels of biotin. Nuts and legumes in general are a good source of Biotin. This vitamin can also be found in soybeans, peanuts, green beans, walnuts, and pecans. Grabbing a handful of almonds as a snack will give you protein and vitamin E in addition to a biotin boost.

Sweet potatoes contain the largest amounts of biotin found in vegetables. Since sweet potatoes also contain beta carotene, they’re great to eat if you’re looking to improve your skin’s appearance. Spinach contains one of the highest biotin levels among the leafy green vegetables. Freezing spinach doesn’t make it any less powerful. One serving of chopped leaf spinach that’s been frozen contains seven (7) micro-grams of biotin.

Including beef liver in the diet can boost a person’s biotin intake. A 3-ounce serving of cooked beef liver contains about thirty (30) micro-grams of biotin. Other organ meats, such as kidney, are also good sources. A 3 Ounce serving of cooked Salmon contains five (5) micro-grams of Biotin.

Taking a glance at our health on a daily basis can help determine how the RNA and DNA in our bodies are at work. We can’t reverse aging, but we can surly deter its debilitating process.

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