The brain is a complex organ that requires a lot of energy to function properly. The energy in our brain is produced by the mitochondria, which are tiny organelles found in our cells. These organelles use glucose and oxygen to produce ATP, which is the primary source of energy for our cells. The brain consumes a lot of glucose and oxygen, which is why it requires a constant supply of blood to function properly. The energy produced by the mitochondria is used to power the electrical signals that allow our neurons to communicate with each other. This communication is essential for all of the brain's functions, including thinking, feeling, and moving.
Our mind is a powerful tool that is intricately connected to the universe. The thoughts and emotions that we experience have a profound impact on the world around us. When we focus our attention on positive and uplifting thoughts, we attract positive energy and experiences into our lives. On the other hand, negative thoughts and emotions can create a downward spiral that can be difficult to break free from. By recognizing the power of our thoughts and emotions, we can learn to harness this energy and create a more fulfilling and joyful life.
We are Energy, we need to stop thinking that we are separated, we are taught this, we grow with the belief we are disconnected from everything including our own body.
We are antenna, this is what our brain does decodes frequency all frequencies are filtered through the body system.
MAGNETITE & THE HUMAN BRAIN
In 1992 researchers identified the presence of magnetite—a permanently magnetic form of iron oxide—in human brain tissue. Iron in the body was no surprise. It is commonly found in ferritin, an intracellular protein common to several organisms, and the magnetite was thought to have formed biogenically, with some possibly originating in ferritin. But the presence of magnetite in the brain could be more than incidental. Various studies have shown that brain cells respond to external magnetic fields. There’s also a disturbing link to neurodegenerative disease: Evidence exists of elevated levels of magnetite in brain tissue from Alzheimer’s disease patients.
We are stardust. The average human has approximately 100 trillion cells and each cell is made up of approximately 100 trillion atoms each of which were originally created in the centre of a star.
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COMPOSITION OF THE HUMAN BODY
Human Body Ingredients
The four ingredients below are essential parts of the body's protein, carbohydrate and fat architecture.
Critical to the conversion of food into energy
The so-called backbone of the building blocks of the body and a key part of other important compounds, such as testosterone and estrogen
Helps transport nutrients, removes waste and regulate body temperature. Also plays an important role in energy production.
Found in amino acids, the building blocks of proteins; an essential part of the nucleic acids that constitute DNA.
(Percentage of body weight. Source Biology, Campbell and Reece, eighth edition)
OTHER KEY ELEMENTS
Calcium - 1.5% / Phosphorus - 1.0% / Potassium - 0.4% / Sulphur - 0.3% / Chlorine - 0.2% / Sodium - 0.2% / Magnesium - 0.1%
Iodine -(trace amount / Iron -(trace amount) / Zinc -(trace amount)
The human body
is a complex and intricate system made up various organs, tissues, and cells. At the most basic level, the human body is composed of cells, which are the building blocks of life. These cells come together form tissues, which in turn make up organs. Organs work together to form systems, such as the digestive, respiratory, and circulatory systems. The human body is also made up of various fluids, including blood, lymph, and cerebrospinal fluid. All of these components work together to keep the body functioning properly and maintain overall health.