The Human Body – Simplified


All the tissues in the human body; skin, bone, hair, etc, are made up from cells. There are approximately 100 trillion (100,000,000,000,000) cells in the human body. Each of these cells can be compared to a person, with their own individualised consciousness. These cells are, mostly, surrounded by two fluids; blood and lymph. The blood is how the cells get food and oxygen supplied to them, and the lymph fluid is used as a means of taking away the waste produced by the cells. So in the analogy where the cells are people, the cardio vascular system and the blood can be compared to the kitchen, and the lymphatic system can be compared to a toilet or sewer system. So at any given time, there are approximately 100 trillion individuals that make up your body, constantly, eating, defecating, and growing, dying, reproducing, and a lot of the other things that most people do in their daily lives.

Whether your is dealing with a 9-month old baby or a 90-year old man; the body is made of the same components and functions in very similar ways. In both cases the cells that make up the body are dying off and new ones are replacing them, this is an on-going process. As long as you have a clean lymphatic system and healthy blood you will continue to reproduce healthy new cells. Even if you have had “dis-ease” and have been medicating for many years, you can create new healthy cells and eliminate all your “dis-ease” symptoms. This is done simply by cleaning out your lymph system and creating healthy blood.

There are four basic processes that take place in the human body, as far food is concerned. These are Digestion, Absorption, Utilisation & Elimination. All of these processes must be functioning optimally in order to maintain a state of optimal health.