which make up our bodies do not live long. Our body has to replace them at least once within every seven
years, depending on their type or the function they perform. Our body seems to stay the same, nor do we feel different, yet this process goes on every day!
Proper digestion must prepare these cells for integration into the existing body structure. This is a complex and difficult process. You need proteins for healthy cells that are biologically active, as well as other building blocks, such as minerals and vitamins, in sufficient amounts. Fresh and uncooked vegetables contain lots of suitable cells which can provide those building blocks. Only vegetable juices were used during the artificial rejuvenation process we described earlier.
In cooking your food most of the cells get damaged. Even if you eat enough, there might be a shortage of suitable cells. The same happens to food stored cold. The process of decay will be slowed but is not stopped.
If there is a shortage of suitable cells or insufficient quality due to damage, poisons or genetic manipulations, these building blocks will become part of your body and will lead to what is called the degradation of your body… ageing