Cell Membrane

The cell membrane gives the cell its structure and regulates the materials that enter and leave the cell. Like a drawbridge intended to protect a castle and keep out enemies, the cell membrane only allows certain molecules to enter or exit.

The cell membrane also plays a role in cell signaling and communication. Receptor proteins on the cell membrane can bind to molecules of substances produced by other areas of the body, such as hormones. When a molecule binds to its target receptor on the membrane, it initiates a signal transduction pathway inside the cell that transmits the signal to the appropriate molecules. Then, the cell can perform the action specified by the signal molecule, such as making or stopping production of a certain protein.

Since the cell membrane act as a main pillar in our cellular communication and it is necessary to protect our cell membrane integrity. Through the IBP, you can identify the status of your cell membrane function and how to upgrade it via the customized diet therapy. It is not too late to act fast before the disease takes place.

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