About Cell Regeneration By Age?
Excuse me, a 21 year old man wants to ask about the age of cells. R n This afternoon I met a marketing person from a dietary supplement product. Then he offers to do some calculations with free tanita scales. From the results of several parameters, one of which is the cell age parameter, which results in my cell being 18 years old, whereas now I am 21 years old. From the marketing statement, how old should my ideal cell be at the age of 21.20, or 19 r n r n. What I want to ask is whether this information is correct or not? Explanation please. thank you
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Cells are the smallest part of the human body. Cells form tissues and form organs and systems so that the body can carry out its functions. The age of the body cells varies not according to the human age itself based on the date of birth. Human age is calculated based on the date of birth but does not determine cell health because the age of the cells itself depends on cell regeneration itself.
Cell regeneration is also very dependent on the type of cell itself and even some body cells do not regenerate anymore. For example, skin cells that regenerate every 28-30 days or about 1 month, red blood cells regenerate for about 120 days, nerve or brain cells no longer regenerate so that if there is damage to nerve cells, they will not be replaced by new cells. The examination you are doing must be confirmed in advance which body cells are counted using this tool. It should be noted that the cell itself is the smallest part of the body which in detail can only be seen using electron microscopy.
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