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Cell Death, Cellular Toxicity, and Gout

By August 28, 2022No Comments5 min read

Could all diseases share common origins and cures given that they all arise at the molecular and cellular level?

When cells are damaged by toxins, they die, which in sufficient numbers can cause tissue and organ failure. While some tissues and organs have the ability to regenerate on their own, others do not. For instance, whereas the nervous system’s tissue is unable to regenerate, the liver may mend damaged areas by replacing them with fibrous tissue. Of course, if the damage is severe and/or the usage continues, even the liver will experience problems.

For the damage that has already occurred to be reversed or at the very least partially repaired, stress on the cells, tissues, and organs must be reduced. Only because cancer cells are no longer able to die fast and effectively can they become lethal. Cancer cells become renegade, leaving behind others and reproducing freely. Apoptosis, or programmed cell death, is a process that only healthy cells go through naturally. Although some of the well-known and chronic diseases afflicting our society today are caused by increasing apoptosis. Unfortunately, using modern medicine to treat these chronic diseases is actually making deficiency, toxicity, and disease worse. The excessive use of antibiotics, pointless operations, x-rays, prescription medications, etc. all lead to cellular malfunction and exacerbate our significant health problems.

Diseases that previously primarily plagued the elderly have started to impact considerably younger people. Only 2.5% of the population had a cancer diagnosis a century ago. According to some estimates, 50% of the population will develop cancer at some point in their lives. HALF!

Inflammation is a prevalent factor in almost all diseases, as we’ve covered extensively on this website. Free radicals produced by inflammation harm our DNA and cell membranes. Electrolyte shortages and imbalances, excessively acidic or alkaline bodily conditions, and other factors can all cause inflammation. Diet, dehydration, use of prescription or over-the-counter medications, exposure to toxins, and other factors create unfavorable bodily conditions that gladly support chronic inflammation. It can quickly spiral out of control.

The fact that a minor portion of uric acid originates directly from the purines in food is another topic covered extensively on our website. In fact, the majority of uric acid—roughly 70%—comes from dying cells. This area of worry not only relates to the excess uric acid that is produced by these dying cells, but also to the danger that significant cellular die-off poses to your overall health.

When a person takes a holistic approach, both physically and emotionally, the body can regenerate. A healthier lifestyle includes stress reduction and all-around healthier choices. We do have the ability to restore and rejuvenate the essential bodily functions, but doing so requires the correct amount of work.

From a diet perspective:

– Substitute healthy fats for the unhealthy ones. GMO oils, hydrogenated oils, and trans fats are poisonous. Instead, use coconut oil, cold-pressed olive oil, grass-fed butter and ghee, and palm oil.

– Steer clear of animal products from factory farms. Eat meat, eggs, and dairy products that have been pasture-raised and grass-fed. USE ONLY FISH CARRIED FROM THE WILD, NOT FARMED! Salmon, sardines, mussels, trout, and mackerel are examples of low mercury options.

– Steer clear of inflammation and ALL processed grains! Crackers, spaghetti, and breads all convert to sugar in the body quite quickly. In actuality, a can of soda and two slices of whole grain bread had the same effect on blood sugar levels. The majority of cereals available today are genetically altered as well, and our bodies cannot digest them. All of this helps to cause cellular inflammation.

Take a look at your food. Mostly fresh vegetables, herbs, spices, some fruit, and fermented foods should also be present. Try to keep your protein to no more than 30% of your plate.


– Hydration is important! You should consume at least 1/2 ounce of water per pound of body weight. Do not drink chlorinated (city) water.

The body’s natural regeneration process can be greatly accelerated by food, water, spices, vitamins, herbs, and therapeutic activities (such as meditation, exercise, and music). They can help you take charge of your health and start the healing process together. There are many areas where an overhaul can provide you the quality of life you’ve been missing, even though some components will stay permanently damaged.

Diet and lifestyle have a MASSIVE impact on how well the body heals. Your cellular health also depends on nutritional supplements to fill in the gaps left by even the most ideal diet. Anti-inflammatory (natural) substances and antioxidants work to protect DNA from damage caused by free radicals. By separating their essential ingredients and providing them in a way that is easily and quickly absorbed, herbs and spices can provide benefits beyond what dietary antioxidants can. The quality of manufacture, purity, potency, and extraction are the only factors that affect this. There are variations among supplements and vitamins.