Everywhere in our body there are cells, the functionality of which is essential for our general state of health. They are the smallest unit of life, but they play a major role in the human body, because a multitude of essential processes take place in them.
They store certain substances, such as oxygen, and release them when necessary. They also carry out their own metabolic processes to produce energy. The small power plants of our cells, the mitochondria, utilize the energy obtained from food through blood and make it available to our body when needed. In addition, they can divide, communicate with each other and send vital signals to other cells and organs.