The good news is that, on average, most normal human cells have more than 100 years of lifespan built into them.
Premature cell death is due to both human and environmental factors, such as bacteria and viruses, free radicals, toxins, and trauma, which can cause irreparable damage to your cells, and thus instrumental in accelerating the demise of these cells. However, many of these factors are not only avoidable but also preventable.
How Body Cells May Become Damaged
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