Cellular Function Affects How You Feel

When you are happy, sad, or angry, odds are a cell within your body is responsible for that feeling. Cellular function is profoundly connected to how you feel. Just thinking about something, automatically causes your brain to release neurotransmitters, which are chemical messengers that virtually control how your body functions[1].

Our bodies are wired to produce chemical reactions, which are often referred to as metabolism. This common process takes place at a cellular level. Even when we eat, it is cellular metabolism that breaks down nutrients to release energy, affecting how we feel in some way or another.

During the construction of cells, metabolic reactions produce molecules such as lipids, carbohydrates, and amino acids that are vital elements of life. Cellular metabolism creates an exergonic reaction that reduces fat, simple sugars, and protein so your body can release energy from these molecules.

Supporting Healthy Cellular Function

Healthy cellular function depends highly on what we put in our bodies[2]. A healthy and balanced diet will provide essential nutrients your cells need to be fueled and promote overall well-being. However, we all know that sometimes following a balanced diet can be complicated.

If you can’t or don’t follow a balanced diet, your body may benefit from supplements that can help fill in the gaps and boost cellular function. Some nutrients are essential for supporting metabolic function and energy levels. Others work closely to promote better cell functioning[3].

For support, supplements like Y-Power™ which are designed to enhance mitochondrial health, sustain youthful cell cycles, safeguard against DNA damage, and facilitate cellular metabolism, can be included as part of a regular diet to provide cellular support where needed.

Y-Power™ contains a powerful mix of ingredients that work best when they are formulated together to support telomere structure, which are considered the key to preventing the signs of aging. In addition, you have support that safeguards your body against cellular damage, while improving mitochondrial health, for an overall improvement of your well-being.

[1] http://biologicalphysics.iop.org/cws/article/lectures/52854

[2] https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/prime-your-gray-cells/201108/happy-brain-happy-life

[3] https://www.thebestbrainpossible.com/how-your-thoughts-change-your-brain-cells-and-genes/