What is cellular and tissue regeneration?

Cellular and tissue regeneration represents a very simple concept that can be defined as the process of “repair” of the cell tissues and organs affected by age, diseases, and various injuries. This “repair” and regeneration process occurs by own force of the body or by the help of specific therapies recommended as of 35 years of age.

The human body is an impressive structure, made up of 50 trillion cells, of which 100 billion are nerve cells. Like any living structure, the body is subject to aging. Except for the nerve cells, heart and muscle, all the other tissue cells grow old, die and are replaced by new cells. On a daily basis, in the human body around 50-70 billion cells die, which are then replaced by new ones.

However, with age, cell self-regeneration slows down, that is when gentle and non-invasive methods designed to slow the natural aging process of the physical body are recommended.

Methods of therapy in this regard perform a high finesse reprogramming in the nervous control mechanisms of healing, they reprogram the structure of the cell membranes in order to restore aging structures, therefore increasing their survival duration.

Biological therapies for tissue and cell regeneration lead to a faster and more efficient process of “repair”, replacement or maintenance. Their role is to maintain cellular and organ youth and to restore, in some cases, specific diseased tissues.

The study performed on March 2014 at the Institute of Cell Biology Scientific Dartsch in Schongau, Germany demonstrates that the method of MRT (Matrix Regeneration Therapy) – Dr. Bodo Kohler, increases cellular metabolism by 45%, increases tissue blood feeding, increases oxygenation of cells and tissues, and stimulates the elimination of metabolic waste.

We all worry when it comes to aging, but we have to remember that certain parts of our body regenerate every few weeks or even days, and in the case of certain therapies, even faster and more efficiently.

  • Regeneration of the liver: 5 months. The liver has an amazing capacity for self-healing, because it is highly Liver cells regenerate every 150 days. “”If 70% of the liver of a person is removed during an operation, it will grow back, almost entirely, in only two months”, explained the consultant of Licester Royal Infirmary, Davis Lloyd.


  • Regeneration of taste buds: 10 days.“On the surface of the tongue there are about 9,000 receptors that help us detect flavors. These receptors regenerate once every ten days. You should be aware that any infection can affect receptors and also and their regeneration”, says Prof. Dr. Damian Walmsley.


  •  Lung regeneration: 2-3 weeks“Lung cells constantly regenerate. The lungs contain several types of cells that regenerate at different times. Alveolar lung tissue cells recover in a longer period of time, about a On the other hand, the cells of the lung surface regenerate once every 2 or 3 weeks. Emphysema may stop regeneration of the cells, and even more, this disease destroys the alveolar tissue cells” – Dr. Keith Prowse.


  • Skin regeneration: 2-4 weeks.Skin regenerates every two to four weeks. However, as we grow older, the skin loses its elasticity due to lack of collagen.


  • Bone regeneration: permanent. “Bones regenerate constantly. In order to be complete, the regeneration process lasts 10 years. Osteocytes help bone regeneration and osteoblasts build bone matrix and mineralize the bones. The regeneration process slows down around middle age” Prof. Peter Selby.


  • Intestines regeneration: 2-3 days. “Intestinal cells forming tissues have a high recovery rate, which is why they regenerate every 2-3 days. The process is repeated so often because the intestines are exposed to highly corrosive chemicals, such as gastric acid” – Prof. Dr. Tom MacDonald.


  • Nail regeneration: 6-10 months.Nails are composed of cells rich in keratin. Finger nails grow by 3-4 mm per month, two times faster than toe nails. Specifically, the toe nails regenerate in six months, while the finger nails regenerate in 3 months. This is because finger nails are better The nails of young people and of men grow faster because they have better blood circulation. Inexplicably, the nails of the little fingers grow slower than the others.


  • Red cells regeneration: 4 months.These cells are very important for our body. With their help, all our body tissues are oxygenated. Since we can lose blood during an injury or during menstruation, our body constantly replenishes red blood cells. Recovery rate is of four months.