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Cellular membranes are made up mostly of fats. These membranes must be healthy for your cells to function well. As Dr Sherry Rogers explains, giving your cell membranes a healthy ‘oil change’ is an essential part of healing from any disease.
Phosphidatyl choline, fermented cod liver oil, natural vitamin E, RALA, CoQ10, magnesium and vitamin C are essential cell membrane supports. But taking supplements alone is not enough. Getting enough protein and healthy saturated and other fats in your diet is also essential, as is avoiding all trans fats and making sure you’re not consuming rancid oils or excessive omega 6 oils. Saturated fats such as coconut oil are very important for cell membranes and help give them the 'stiffness' they need.
Always make sure you've given yourself an 'oil change' to support healthy cell membranes before moving on to any sort of detoxification program.
Please view the Essential health books + all book reviews page on this website to see a more detailed list of recommended books.
Note that the aim of this site is to provide a starting point for health and healing research for ill people; especially very overwhelmed and disabled ill people. This site provides recommendations, summaries and reviews of books but is not meant to be a replacement for actually reading some of these wonderful health books if the reader is at all well enough to do so. (Plus getting individualised advice from a doctor that is also an orthomolecular medicine expert if possible). There is no substitute for reading as many of these books as you can. The HHH site can only really hint at their full brilliance. The amount of insight, scientific references, logic, intelligence, compassion and experience in the recommended books will most likely amaze you. HHH aims to encourage people to do their own reading and learning, and to always make up their own minds. All content copyright Jodi Bassett 2006 - 2014.