Updated: Oct 14
Connie Oliwa CYT, RHN - Trainer, Yogi, Nutritionist
One of the most fascinating aspects of the human body is its inherent ability to regenerate and heal itself. From a cut on the surface of the skin to a broken bone, our bodies possess an amazing capacity for self-renewal. This biological process of regeneration occurs at various levels, from the cellular to the organ level.
Our body’s cells constantly reproduce and replace themselves to keep us healthy. Different organs and tissues have varying rates of cell turnover, from a few days to several years.
The liver is known for its regenerative process. When a small portion of the liver is damaged or removed, it can regenerate itself and return to its normal size and function within a matter of weeks. The same is true for the skin, which can repair itself after injuries such as cuts, burns, or scrapes.
In today’s world, it’s important to support our body’s natural ability to heal and stay healthy. We can do this by eating well, exercising regularly, managing stress, and getting enough sleep.
Supporting your body promotes vitality and resilience in numerous ways.