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Natural Health Charts: Sensory Organs (Vision)
The human body consists of eight basic body systems (i.e., cardiovascular, circulatory, endocrine, muscular, nervous, reproductive, sensory and skeletal systems), and six systems of detoxification (i.e., the immune, lymphatic, digestive, urinary, respiratory and integumentary systems). The eight health factors can be used to prevent and treat nearly any infection, illness and disease, by achieving and maintaining a general state of homeostasis for all body systems. Certain amounts of additional nutrients, foods, herbs, chemicals, body chemicals, phytochemicals and/or other natural substances can also be used to build and rebuild, strengthen, repair, detoxify and heal each individual body system, based on its own functions and requirements.

Female Reproductive System
Immune System
Lymphatic System
Digestive System
Urinary System
Respiratory System
Integumentary System
Cardiovascular System
Circulatory System
Endocrine System
Male Reproductive System
Muscular System
Nervous System
Sensory Organs (Hearing)
Sensory Organs (Vision)
Skeletal System

Sensory Organs (Vision)

Humans have five primary senses, including the sense of sound, sight, taste, smell and touch. The five primary sensory organs which make these senses possible include the ears, eyes, tongue, nose and skin.

Nutrients: carbohydrates, unsaturated fats, protein, amino acids (arginine, cysteine, glutamine, glutathione, glycine, histidine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, taurine), GLA, VA, VB Complex, VC, VD, VE, VP, calcium, choline, chromium, coenzyme Q10, copper, inositol, iron, lecithin, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, probiotics, selenium, silicon, water, zinc
Foods: alfalfa, carrots, fruits, grasses, legumes, sprouts, sunflower seeds, veggies; blue, green, red and yellow foods; raw foods
Herbs: aloe, brier rose (hips), horsetail, lavender, mullein, primrose (oil), raspberry (leaf, fruit), rosemary
Body Chemicals: PGE1, SOD, dopamine, glucosamine, interferon, lipoic acid, melatonin
Phytochemicals: carotene, chlorophyll, lutein, lycopene, quercetin, rutin
Other: Oxygenation; RNA; sunlight

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