What is the purpose of restoring my cellular communication pathway?
According to Dr. Stephen Atkins, an integrative medicine specialist, your brain and body work better together if your cellular communication pathway is working correctly. Watch this video to learn how you can help your body function better.
Then finally, we want to make sure that you have kidney and liver function opening. This kind of like opens up the drainage pathways
of the system, kind of like the plumbing in a body. [MUSIC PLAYING]
Well, the cellular communication pathway is the way that the body drains itself. So in other words, you want to first balance
the digestive system. And this involves balancing the upper gastrointestinal system, using the mouth, esophagus, stomach, then your liver
and gallbladder, small intestine, and then large intestine. Those four areas make up the digestive system. Then you want to balance what's called
the neuroendocrine system. And this is the relationship between the hypothalamus, the pituitary, and the axis that they create.
Then finally, we want to make sure that you have kidney and liver function opening. This kind of like opens up the drain drainage pathways
of the system, kind of like the plumbing in a body, so all the toxins can be removed efficiently. So when the cellular communication pathway
is open and functioning, your brain can actually talk to the entire body. All the cells can communicate with each other
and the hypothalamus is what's in charge of making all the information go in and out of cells. So when the cells are working properly,
the body is working properly. [AUDIO LOGO]
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