You are made up of trillions of cells which are the building blocks of your body.
They provide structure for your body and carry out specialized functions important for your health and wellbeing.
Cells also contain your body’s hereditary material and can make copies of themselves.
Cells are organized into specialized tissues and organ systems that all work in concert together.
There are about 200 different kinds of specialized cells in the human body.
Tissues: Many identical cells organized
together. (e.g. muscle tissue, nervous tissue). Organs: Various tissues organized together for a
common purpose (e.g. the stomach, the skin, the brain)
The Twelve Body Systems
Traditionally there have always been eleven body systems:
→ Nervous System
→ Skeletal System
→ Circulatory System
→ Integumentary System
→ Endocrine System
→ Digestive System
→ Respiratory System
→ Immune System
→ Muscular System
→ Renal System
→ Reproductive System
SRW have added a twelfth body system: The Cellular System Many cells make up the original systems, but we believe that by specifically supporting your cells, this will have a flow-on effect to the eleven other systems in the body.
Your cells are the best place to start for overall support for healthy aging.
We believe that when you support your cellular health, you are also supporting your eleven other body systems.
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