Every day, your body sloughs off 300 billion old cells—and grows 300 billion new ones.
If the cells you are growing right now are superior to the ones they are replacing, you become more energized. But if the cells you are growing are inferior to the ones you are replacing, you become more depleted.
There are two kinds of metabolism occurring in your body: catabolic metabolism (breaking down the body) and anabolic metabolism (building up the body).
Superior cell growth is about minimizing catabolic and maximizing anabolic metabolism.
Get energized! Here’s what you can do right now:
You’re probably now asking yourself, “So how do I grow superior cells?”
It’s all about taking in superior-cell food and drink:
Organized H20. Stop trying to drink eight glasses of water a day. Instead, drink organized water. Every living thing organizes (clusters) water within its cells. The most potent sources of organized water are fresh organic fruits and vegetables. So hydrate with your fruit and veggies and supplement this intake with 3 glasses of water: first-thing in the morning, mid-morning, and mid-afternoon.
Healthy fats. You need good fats to produce superior cells. Embrace avocado, almonds, coconut oil and, yes, butter.
Helpful carbs. It’s the insulin-spiking glycemic load in foods—not carbs—that are bad for you. Stay away from anything white (e.g., rice, bread, pasta, potatoes) and get your slow-burning carbs from yams, carrots and squash.
Clean protein. Protein is “clean” when it is accompanied by as little bad fats (e.g., marbled meat) and bad carbs (e.g., sweetened granola) as possible. Clean protein provides you essential building blocks for producing superior cells.
True colours. Reduce acidity, inflammation and free radicals by eating organic, colorful veggies: especially greens. The darker the green, the better.