When we talk about the human body, we are not just talking about our physical make-up. Our bodies act as a system that is able to carry out many different functions simultaneously. They are capable of maintaining homeostasis, regulating temperature, responding to stress, etc. This means that they can work at peak performance levels and still function even though some parts may experience dysfunction.
2. What is ‘homeostasis’?
Homeostasis is a state of equilibrium in which a system’s internal environment remains relatively constant despite changes in its external environment or from its own activity. Homeostasis can be measured using a range of methods including blood chemistry, blood pressure, electrical impedance measurements, electroencephalography, endocrine testing, histological analysis, imaging, ophthalmologic examination, radiographic studies, reflexology, thermal imaging, and urinalysis.
3. Why do we need ‘homeostasis’ in our bodies?
Our bodies are constantly working to maintain and regulate our health. If this were not the case, we would not survive long enough to take care of ourselves. We have complex systems that monitor how much water we consume, what nutrients we eat, how much oxygen we breathe, and how much blood circulates through our kidneys, liver, lungs, skin, etc. In order to sustain these processes, our bodies require a stable internal environment.
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It helps us to reduce weight easily.
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The first time I saw Lou was at the end of 2015. He was making music with his friend. His music was dope but it didn’t really catch me attention until he started singing his verses. It’s like he came from out of nowhere and just nailed it. At that point I had never been able to find any record of him before. He did not have much information about himself online and his social media accounts were virtually non-existant. So I decided to do some digging. Turns out he is originally from New York City. After graduating high school he moved to California where he eventually met his producer/co-writer (Sam). Together they created their own brand “Lou Sulola”. They are now working on their debut project.
I recently caught up with Lou to get some insight into what makes him tick…
Its name suggests that this chemical compound belongs to the group of aminoglycosides or antibiotics. But its effects are much better than any medication out there today. This chemical has been proved effective against HIV & AIDS virus. This chemical is used for curing cancer. It was discovered by Dr. Lou Sulolain May 30th, 1973 at the University of Ife, Osun State, Nigeria.
7. Nucleoside analogues
These compounds are nucleotide building blocks. A few of them include 9-(2-Hydroxyethoxymethyl)guanine (acadesine), 2′-Deoxycoformycin, Cytarabine, Ecteinascidin 743, Gemcitabine, Fludarabine, Fluorouracil, Hydroxyurea, Foscarnet, Methotrexate, Pegylated liposomal doxorubicin, Pemetrexed, Procarbazine, Purvalanol A and Raltitrexed. These are all used in chemotherapy & treatment for different types of cancers.
Nicotinamide, or Vitamin B3, plays numerous roles in our body system. Some of its functions include acting as a cofactor for many enzymes which help us metabolize food into energy and maintain healthy skin. Another role of nicotinamide is that of an antioxidant. It helps to fight free radicals from damaging our cells. In addition, it encourages cellular division, DNA replication and protein synthesis. As a result, it aids in promoting wound healing and reducing inflammation. Nicotinamide can be found in many foods including bananas, carrots, spinach, beef, pork, turkey, fish, chicken, cheese, milk, eggs, almonds, peanuts, brown rice, broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, lentils, avocados, tomatoes, potatoes, cabbage, kale, onions, peas, soybeans, garlic, ginger, pineapple, papaya and cocoa.