Valmont Energy

To ensure the main functions of an cel , a cel works a a living machine: it needs oxygen by breathing and food (lipiden, glucose en proteïnen).

The CO2 and waste products are removed through the respiratory process.
Breathing takes place in the mitochondria, the “cellular lungs”, which allow the cell to breathe and produce its own energy called ATP (adenosine triphosphate).

Breathing, which aims to produce ATP (cell energy), is a combination of 3 different biochemical processes:
1. The Krebs cycle (a series of biochemical reactions) in which the magnesium acts as a catalyst.

2. The respiratory chain (a chemical reaction that functions simultaneously with the kreb cycle) allows the oxygen (O2) and converts it into water (H2O).
3. Because of these two chains, ATP is produced (the third chain). ATP is the only form of energy that can be used directly by the cell.
The skin is programmed to produce the necessary energy to function and defend against external aggressive factors. The modern lifestyle combined with the many pollutants slows oxygen delivery and therefore it becomes more difficult to attack free radicals.

The goal: by delivering energy and vitality to the cell, cellular respiration is improved and the free radical attack is stopped.

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