We are all made of cells. We are always hungry, and we never stop growing. And, as it turns out, there is a reason for this. Chromatids are pulled apart from each other in the process of mitosis so that they can seek nourishment and grow to their full potential. We are always hungry, and we never stop growing.

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And, as it turns out, there is a reason for this. Chromatids are pulled apart from each other in the process of mitosis so that they can seek nourishment and grow to their full potential. A cell’s only job is to reproduce itself faithfully for another generation of cells—and these new cells do the same thing again until all you have left are old dead cells with no chance at life ever again (unless some germ invades).

Cells need nutrients like protein and glucose to produce energy which fuels this natural cycle of reproduction; but how does our body know when enough food has been consumed? It doesn’t! Instead your brain sends signals called hormones

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