Did you know that some parts of your body can be regenerated in the easiest ways possible? I bet you did not know that, but there are some parts of your body that can bounce back and regenerate after mild destruction. Severe damage cannot but mild destruction it can and you do not need to go through surgery for that purpose. You can actually regenerate six parts of your body through nutrition alone. Let’s go over those right now so you know what foods to eat or what supplements to take if you have an area of your body that needs some extra help.
Nerve damage does happen and at times it can be too ruined for the point that it can be regenerated such as in cases where uncontrolled diabetes allowed that to happen. However, the good news is that if there is early onset nerve damage, you can reverse it by taking supplements such as foods with apigenin which is in celery, ginseng, royal jelly, ashwagandha, lion’s mane mushroom, blueberries, natto, red sage, green tea, and trigonelline in coffee. Music as well as falling in love are also helpful when it comes to nerve regeneration.
Your liver is one organ that most people know can regenerate on its own unless it is damaged to the point of becoming cirrhotic. However, if you have conditions such as fatty liver disease that is not overly progressed, for instance, you can easily reverse that by eating foods with oregano, curcumin, Vitamin E, Korean ginseng, and rooibos. If you donated a part of your liver to someone, you will want to concentrate on taking in those nutrients as well as that can help you regenerate your liver.
Insulin-Producing Beta Cells
If you have diabetes, you may not realize that you can help reverse it by regenerating your insulin-producing beta cells unless the diabetes is too far out of control. You can do that by taking in avocado, arginine, Vitamin D, black cumin, bitter melon, stevia, berberine, broccoli, sprouts, curcumin, as well as gymemenna sylvestre which is known as the sugar destroyer.
You can help regenerate your hormones if you eat foods that are helpful to hormone production such as vitamin C, zinc, essential fatty acids, folate, and Vitamin B6 and 12. There are many foods that will help you with that such as avocado, berries, salmon or other fatty fish, eggs, and lean meats, fruits and vegetables, and nuts.
If your cardiovascular system needs improvement and you don’t have irreversible heart disease, then you will benefit from eating some foods and taking supplements that can help regenerate cardiac cells. These nutrients include resveratrol, Siberian ginseng, red wine (you can have one glass of wine a day or take extract), a small piece of dark chocolate that is 80% cacao, geum japonicum, and N-acetyl cysteine.
You can regenerate your cartilage, joints, or spine as long as the disease has not taken them in too much. The simple ways to do it are by taking in curcumin and resveratrol. However, you also need to follow through with your physical therapy as well. Nutrition alone will not help regenerate any of that.
You also want to make sure that you follow through on your medical appointments if you have ailments that involve any of the cells listed above. Nutrition will help but at the same time, you need to also take any treatments that your doctors or specialists prescribe for you that can help heal the ailments. Nutrition in conjunction with the proper prescribed treatments is what will help regenerate these tissues.