Your cellular health

It starts with your cells

Everything in our body starts with a single cell.

One Cell… of the 100 trillion cells which make up each element of our body.

Our Cells make Our Tissue

Our Tissue make Our Organs

Our Organs make Our Systems

Our Systems make Our Entire Body

These tiny individual life-forming structures, are what makes us who we are and most importantly, how we are.

By that we mean, in health, constantly communicating with each other and responding to their environment - our cells dictate how we feel, therefore it’s important that we look after them as the fundamental building blocks of life.

If you concentrate in your mind’s eye, on a single cell - as the foundation to your health.

Then if you can imagine building up the strength of this single cell it will have a major positive impact on your groups of cells that make up your tissues, organs and the rest of your body.

You essentially are building on your health from within, through that single cell.

The importance of having healthy, nourished cells ensures they can work efficiently. If they can’t, the functioning of tissues and organs will become compromised which can lead to ill health and disease. Nourishing your cells enables them to look after your body.

Cells have many functions in the body including prevention from DNA damage and energy production. We naturally accumulate DNA damage with age, poor diet and environmental exposure to toxins. DNA damage can impact on energy production and lead to early cell death, causing inflammation and chronic disease.

Tens of millions of new cells are made daily in the body to replace old and damaged cells.

Nutrients are required as raw materials for new cells to function optimally and support health.

Consuming an abundance of nutrients through whole foods and supplements, alongside movement and relaxation techniques can promote healthy cells.

One of the most important requirements for our cells is minerals.

It is vital we supplement our cells with minerals, which are no longer readily available by food consumption alone.

Our cells require the full spectrum of 78 minerals and trace elements, because all minerals work in synergy in the body.

Cellnutrition provides a range of nutritional supplements to help prevent DNA damage to support overall health of the body by promoting healthy ageing and energy production at a cellular level.

By keeping our cells healthy, our tissues, organs and systems work better so we can function at 100%.

The only place you can get all 78 mineral and trace elements together and in the correct proportions is in our oceans.


Optimal digestive health, demands that we have the correct ratio of nutrients, minerals and trace elements within our bodies and, as we now know, food just isn’t enough, so what do we take and how do we choose?

Due to the depletion of minerals in food, supplements are of course beneficial. However not all supplements work effectively in the body, why? Because there is a complex interaction between nutrients and between minerals and trace elements.

‘Mineral Synergy’

During the 1980’s scientists discovered what is now known as the law of mineral interdependency, meaning that all minerals are totally dependent on one another to work effectively, to give you an example –

If you supplement with calcium, the absorption and metabolism of phosphorus, iron, zinc, magnesium and manganese will be affected, as they all work in synergy. These minerals can then affect all the other minerals and trace elements that they individually work with – like a chain reaction, one mineral offsets the benefits of another (read, they don’t work in isolation).

Let’s take three popular independent mineral supplements:

Magnesium takes part in over 300 enzymatic reactions. It is essential for nerve and muscle function.
The absorption and metabolism of magnesium requires cadmium, lead, sodium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, potassium and manganese in the correct balance, and these minerals in turn need more minerals to work.

Therefore, magnesium won’t work to its full effect without at least 20 other minerals.

Calcium is needed for healthy teeth and bones however without strontium, zinc, magnesium, manganese and iron, the absorption and metabolism of calcium is effected, and these minerals in turn need more minerals to work.

Therefore, calcium won’t work to its full effect without at least 20 other minerals.

Iron is needed to transport oxygen in the blood and is required as a cofactor for many enzymes. The absorption and metabolism of iron requires copper, manganese, cadmium, zinc, lead, calcium and chromium in the correct balance, and these minerals in turn need more minerals to work.

Therefore, iron won’t work to its full effect without at least 20 other minerals.

Taking large amounts of a single vitamin or mineral supplement can also affect absorption and may lead to malabsorption syndrome due to the imbalance of nutrients that work in synergy in the body.

Although you may consume a range of nutrient dense foods, nutrition in the body happens at a cellular level. This means that minerals have to be digested and transported into our blood and cells. This depends on the foods we eat, the supplements we take and our health status.

Nutrients such as phytic acid in plant foods can reduce the absorption of other minerals such as zinc. This can then impact on the other minerals in the body. It is therefore often recommended that we soak foods such as grains and legumes before cooking them.
Excess or insufficient intake of minerals can impact on the absorption or metabolism of other nutrients in the body.

Absorption of nutrients is also impacted by poor digestion in the the digestive tract. This can increase due to stress which impacts the secretion of stomach acid that aids digestion.

Minerals are divided between the macro minerals and the trace elements. The macro minerals include sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sulfur, chlorine. The rest of the elements such as iron, copper and selenium are trace elements as they are required in the body in much smaller trace amounts.

Why do we need 78 minerals and trace element’s

The depletion of the whole spectrum of minerals and trace elements today is one of the main risk factors for disease. The human body contains the full spectrum of elements and continual intake of these elements is required to maintain good health. As all minerals and trace elements rely on one another for absorption and metabolism it is important that we provide the full spectrum for each to carry out its own individual function properly.  

Cellnutrition (Quinton) Hypertonic and Isotonic, is the only mineral supplement on the market, which contains all 78 minerals the body requires in an entirely pure and highly bioavailable form.

“You’re not what you eat, you’re what you absorb.”

Omegabiocell 369

What are essential fatty acids and why are they so important to our cellular health?

Omega 3, Omega 6 and Omega 9 fatty acids refer to where a double bond occurs in the fatty acid molecule. Omega 3 and Omega 6 are essential fatty acids that can’t be made by the body itself. Omega 9 fatty acids are “conditionally essential”, which means that if we have the other fatty acids in our diet, then our body can manufacture omega 9 fatty acids. The fats you consume directly affect cells because they form cell membranes. Unsaturated fats, e.g omega-3 fatty acids are needed for cell membranes to have the correct shape and ability to communicate.

Fats are needed for a range of different functions in the body. This includes the formation of cell membranes, structural and metabolic functions in the the body. They are needed to enable permeability and flexibility in the cell. This means nutrients are more easily transported into the cell and toxins transported out.

cellular nutrition, cells are able to function optimally, supporting the organs, systems and therefore the functioning of the body.

What is the golden Ratio and what does it mean?

The ‘golden ratio’ of Omega 6: Omega 3 is 4:1. Most vegetable oils contain high amounts of Omega 6 and low amounts of omega 3. Omega 6 is important to maintain health as it is anti-inflammatory, but it is also inflammatory. Omega 3 is anti inflammatory. Omega 3 and Omega 6 have to be in balance to maintain health in the body.
Due to omega 6 being highly present in vegetable oils, it is found in snack foods, convenience foods and processed foods. As a result the consumption of Omega 6 to Omega 3 is a lot higher to what it should be and is closer to 12:1- 25:1.

Due to the pro inflammatory nature of Omega 6 this can lead to inflammation, increasing the risk of chronic disease such as obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

How does the bioester technology work?

Omegabiocell369 is a 100% plant based oil containing linseed, borage, blackcurrant and evening primrose oil. This provides three times more Omega 3 than Omega 6. Linseed is one of the richest sources of Omega 3; ALA. Borage, evening primrose and blackcurrant oil provide Omega 6; LA. Borage and blackcurrant also provide vitamin E which is known for its antioxidant properties.
The unique bioester technology used to create Omegabiocell369 ensures that the oil is ultra pure as it guarantees removal of all pollutants occuring in vegetable oils. The ethyl ester form of EFA created using the bioester technology provides high bioavailability and excellent bioretention of the essential fatty acids in the body. This enables the fatty acids to be transported to the cells quickly, having a beneficial effect on the whole body.

Omegabiocell369 oils have a natural lemon flavor and can be used in salads, smoothies and porridge in addition to be taken daily as part of your regular health routine.

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