If your cells are fatigued so are you!

Can our cells become fatigued?

Well, the human body is made up of millions of cells each of which is fully able to perform all the processes of that define life - respiration, energy production, movement, digestion, elimination, reproduction, etc.

As the foundation of health is only as strong as it's building blocks, we are only as healthy as our cells.

Cells are like miniature bodies in that they need to take in nutrients and eliminate wastes in order to stay healthy.

Luckily, each cell is surrounded by a membrane which acts as a vigilant gatekeeper: only those nutrients needed by the cell at a given moment are allowed to enter, and only waste material and metabolic products are allowed to leave.

Cells that cannot properly assimilate nutrients or eliminate wastes could be described as fatigued or starved. When such conditions exist, cells may become "sluggish" instead of healthy and vital.

Sluggish cells are unable to efficiently produce energy for life or perform their other specialized jobs.

Lipids, sterols, amino acids, and other nutrients can help your cells maintain the discretionary power so important to their health.

If your cells "feel better" so will you!

How do I stop feeling Fatigued?

Two words...Lipids and Sterols!

These fats are essential to life. Together, lipids and sterols make up most of the two layered "blanket" that surrounds every cell in the body.

They are especially important components of the fatty tissues of the nervous system.

Without properly balanced lipid/sterol levels, cells can become malnourished, which can lead to cellular fatigue.

While all cell membranes need fats, not all fats are created equally. There are good fats and bad fats.

For example, saturated fats, such as those in beef and butter, are more rigid cellular "building blocks" than are unsaturated fats, such as olive oil.

According to the Food Guide, the average Canadian adult should be consuming 6-7 servings of grains per day. Anything, from bread, pasta, rice, etc...

Now, I'm not sure about you but I certainly cannot eat that many grain products along with all the other things I should be consuming each and every day, it's just not possible. I'd literally have to have a feed bag attached to me.

Besides, Lipids and Sterols or good fats which are located in the bran and outer layers are removed during grain processing so all we're getting is the fiber.

This is done so products will have a longer shelf life. If they didn't remove the essential fats, these oils would go rancid.

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