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Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Strategy

by Alisa Princy (2020-03-19)

Enjoy! The current Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Strategy Review globalisation is made possible with technologies and these bring us prosperity, wealth and convenience to our everyday life; meanwhile along the phases of globalisation, we are forced to encounter numerous pollutants, toxic environment and new a result of these changing phases. Although our body has a natural detoxification process to rid the toxins from our body, the natural detoxification process slows as the body ages with time and with more pollution from the air and water, we are 'being forced' to be exposed to more toxins to our body than before; from the air we breathe, from the water we drink and the from the food we consumed. When our natural detoxification process slows, less toxins will be 'removed' while more toxins will be accumulated in our body and all kinds of toxins in our human body will bring about chronic poisoning. It is the main factor that people always suffer from diseases and premature senility - this was revealed by Russian biologist and physiologist, Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov, the winner of Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1908. So how can we rid the toxins accumulated in our body? Well, a revolutionary healthcare device has been born - ionic cleanse. The ionic cleanse process was conceptualised and developed based on the breakthrough study of Cell Membranes Channel by American Scientist Peter Agre in 1988 and the other breakthrough study of Ion Channel by American Scientist Roderick Mackinnon also in 1988. Both of the scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2003. Their discoveries clarified how salts or ions and water are transported out of and into the cells of our body, for example, the kidneys recover water from primary urine and how the electrical signals in out nerve cells are generated and progated. In fact one hundred years ago, people already suspected that our body's cells must contain specific channels for transporting water. It was not until 1988 that Peter Agre succeeded in isolating a membrane protein. He then realized that it must be the long-sought-after water channel. This discovery led to a whole series of biochemical, physiology and genetic studies of water channels in bacteria, plants and mammals. The other type of membrane channel is the ion channel which is important for the function of the nerve system or muscle. It also can generate the electrical signal to pass the message in the nerve system.