Did you know the cells in your body are the smallest living units capable of reproducing themselves?

Don’t let their size fool you though.

Cells may be small, but they’re also smart…like really smart. In fact, each cell in your body was made from an already existing cell, and there are around 200 different types of cells in the human body. Each one contains about 20 different types of structures or organelles.

Organelles work together to keep the functions of your body running smoothly, and they’re extremely efficient with their individual duties. It’s almost like they’re grade-A factory workers running the assembly line of the human body.

Let’s investigate the warehouse of cellular biology by taking a closer look at the individual roles of these all-star cellular employees.

The following infographic was designed by Social Media Design Specialist Taylor Romney.

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The Warehouse of Cellular Biology - Infographic
Now you understand just how hard these organelles work to keep your cells performing at peak condition. It takes a lot of communication that eventually leads to actual conversations between individual cells.

And guess what? You can totally influence these cellular conversations in your favor. Yes, you can activate the process of cell signaling—with the right nutrients, of course.

Consuming powerful, proven nutrients that communicate with your cells has been found to enhance their natural renewal response. This purification process removes the harmful byproducts of cellular-energy creation, which is key to the health of your cells.

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    • Sarah Flinn
      Sarah Flinn says:

      Hi Ann! We review comments before they’re published so that’s the reason you didn’t see your comment immediately. If you don’t “do” Facebook, you can submit comments just like you did. We appreciate the engagement! Thanks, Sarah

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  1. Lovelly Valencerina
    Lovelly Valencerina says:

    Very informative in a way that not only those on medical field can understand it. Hoping more of this will come out soon?
    Thank you so much!

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