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Cell Care: Balancing Inflammatory Responses

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Inflammation is a natural response of your immune system to harmful stimuli such as infections, injuries, and tissue damage. It is a complex process involving the activation of various immune cells, blood vessels, and chemical mediators.

The purpose of inflammation is to insulate an area from damage and to initiate the healing process. When inflammatory responses are triggered, immune cells release cytokines, chemical messengers that attract more immune cells to the site of injury or infection. The increased blood flow to the area also causes redness and warmth.

In some cases, however, inflammation can become chronic and lead to tissue damage and disease. Chronic inflammation in the body can trigger a waterfall of health issues, and painful, achy joints can impact your mobility and mood.

Cell care interventions like fasting and Mimio help balance inflammatory responses for an optimal immune response system by delivering or triggering the body to produce the metabolite oleoylethanolamide (OEA), which plays a role in immune modulation.

OEA has been shown to reduce the impacts of inflammation by increasing the expression of PPAR-a, a nuclear receptor protein that regulates the inflammation pathways. By acting as an agonist, meaning it binds to the same receptors as PPAR-a protein, OEA has been shown to reduce the production of inflammation-causing cytokines.

By prioritizing cell care, you can gain command over your body’s autonomous responses to improve your overall health and well-being.