5 R's of Cellular Healing
In order for our genes to express health, and for the human body to naturally heal, we must remove toxins from within the cell. When I coach patients through natural healing, I refer to cellular detoxification as “The 5 R’s of True Cellular Detox” or “5 R’s of Cellular Healing” These 5 R’s are the roadmap towards health. As you pass from R1 to R5 your cells will truly have the ability to detoxify naturally and your health will return.
The following five fundamental steps are not a quick-fix band aid for fast results, but a road-map for long-term healing, supporting all health challenges. The interrelated steps are not applied in any particular order, and are often addressed simultaneously depending on the case. The goal in sharing this life changing information is not to address a specific condition, but to support the body’s God-given ability to heal itself. The 5R’s is a revolutionary and proven strategy which has helped thousands finally recover their health.
Remove the Source – The protocol begins by determining which toxic sources are causing body-wide damage and removing them as soon as possible. If the sources of toxicity are not removed, there will never be a lasting solution to a health challenge. We need to determine which toxic sources (heavy metals, biotoxins, environmental toxins and/or toxins inside your home) are causing body-wide damage. When identified, these sources can then be safely ushered out of the body using our crafted protocols.
Regenerate the Cell Membrane – The membrane holds the intelligence of the cell and plays a major role in detox, turning genes on and off, regulating hormones, and is truly where healing begins. The membrane acts as the inroads to a city that lets in what is needed for the city to function and survive. If the inroads are shut down, the city will eventually deteriorate. In healthy individuals, the supple bi-lipid fat layer of the cellular membrane allows both nutrients to flow inside easily and toxins and free radicals inside the cell to leave unimpeded. If inflamed, nothing can come in and nothing can come out, so our cell becomes a toxic wasteland. Inflammation can also compromise our cell’s ability to function properly and truncates our ability to “hear” the hormonal impressions through the hormone receptors that reside on the outside of the cellular membrane.
Restore Cellular Energy – Cellular energy effects how a person feels; and since I was chronically fatigued, restoring cellular energy was initially the most vital task. Cellular energy is the gasoline of the cell, and nothing runs or functions without it. As nutrients flow into the cell, they feed the powerhouse called mitochondria, which produce ATP (energy). Without adequate production of ATP, cells are unable to detoxify or regenerate properly. Individuals lacking ATP have become an epidemic in America and suffer from symptoms like fatigue, brain fog, digestive problems, and hormone conditions. As nutrients flow into the cell, they feed the powerhouse called the mitochondria, which produces ATP (energy). Without adequate production of ATP, our cells are unable to detoxify or regenerate properly.
Reduce Inflammation – (NO/ONOO Cycle) – Common sources of cellular inflammation include dietary sugar and grains (even whole grains), bad fats (especially vegetable oils), and toxins from mercury fillings, and home and body products. Living in a toxic world, it’s no wonder so many are sick, but few recognize inflammation lies at the source. Understanding how inflammation affects the cell and the way to down-regulate it is essential to heal most any condition. Needless to say, inflammation and oxidative stress can wreak havoc and is at the root cause of all disease processes that we see in our office.
Reestablish Methylation – Methylation is a biochemical process that affects many essential body functions including DNA repair, detoxification, fighting infections, removing environmental toxins such as lead and estrogen, and more. The body needs methylation to turn stress hormones on and off, and when unable to methylate, remains in a state of constant stress. Methylation can also turn good genes on and bad genes off, thus regulates whether a disease of genetic weakness is expressed. The body needs methyl groups to turn stress hormones on and off, if depleted, our body stays in a constant state of stress. In addition, if our methyl groups are non-existent or in short supply, the important roles they play in detoxification, DNA protection, hormone metabolism and epigenetics are unable to be performed.
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