What to Eat?

What to Eat?   These are my notes what I believe that the best foods to eat are to enhance our immune system against cancer.  Writing in English is still a challenge for me and even worse with biology words so please bear it with me. It is only going to be better. The adult human body is made up of about 60-90 trillion cells and over 200 different kind of cells.  In means, if you lined up all the cells in a human body end-to-end, you could actually circle the earth 4.5 times. So keeping your health well also means that you are protecting your healthy cells. The question is how we can keep our cells safe. One of most important part thing of the cell is the cell surface. Because the antenna on the cell surface is a key to healthy development and disease prevention.   Next one is Mitochondria. Mitochondria are the energy factories of the cells.  The cell will have a lot of structures that are capable of producing a high amount of available energy.   Therefore, “the best food” means that has a lot of materials which will protect our cells. We also need to know what will destroys our cells. Free Radicals are the most harmful thing our body ever produced. It destroys our cell surface, Mitochondrial and does damage to our DNA. It plays a role in inflammatory disease and progression to cancer. The amount of Free Radicals our body produces is depend on our life style. Our body produce more if you do over eating, over working and are stressed etc. It is important how much Free Radicals are been produced and it is also important the direction it takes.   Normally, the body can handle free radicals, but if antioxidants are unavailable, or if the free-radical production...

Cell Communication Nov07

Cell Communication

 The below is an article that I read from Scientific American. I found it very inspiring and learned a lot from reading...

Life in the Universe Nov06

Life in the Universe

The following article originated from Stephen Hawking’s website: http://www.hawking.org.uk/life-in-the-universe.html Stephen Hawking Life in the Universe This lecture is the intellectual property of Professor S.W.Hawking. You may not reproduce, edit, translate, distribute, publish or host this document in any way with out the permission of Professor Hawking.Note that there may be incorrect spellings, punctuation and/or grammar in this document. This is to allow correct pronunciation and timing by a speech synthesiser. In this talk, I would like to speculate a little, on the development of life in the universe, and in particular, the development of intelligent life. I shall take this to include the human race, even though much of its behaviour through out history, has been pretty stupid, and not calculated to aid the survival of the species. Two questions I shall discuss are, ‘What is the probability of life existing else where in the universe?’ and, ‘How may life develop in the future?’It is a matter of common experience, that things get more disordered and chaotic with time. This observation can be elevated to the status of a law, the so-called Second Law of Thermodynamics. This says that the total amount of disorder, or entropy, in the universe, always increases with time. However, the Law refers only to the total amount of disorder. The order in one body can increase, provided that the amount of disorder in its surroundings increases by a greater amount. This is what happens in a living being. One can define Life to be an ordered system that can sustain itself against the tendency to disorder, and can reproduce itself. That is, it can make similar, but independent, ordered systems. To do these things, the system must convert energy in some ordered form, like food, sunlight, or electric power,...