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The Human Body theoretically organized into six structural levels: Chemistry, Cell, Tissues, Organs, Organ System Organism in full. At the chemical level organization involves the interaction of atoms and small particle constituents of matter (water, glucose, proteins and fats ). At the cellular level combine molecules into smaller structures that constitute cells (organelle). Cells are the basic unit of life. At the level of tissues, each tissue consists of a group of similar cells and substances that involve similar features and functions into different tissues. At the level of the organs, each body consists of two or more tissue performing functions in common. At the organic level is as a unit, is organized by a group of organs that have common functions (systems and equipment). The whole body is in a range of organ systems that are interconnected and interact each other depending on each other. The Human Body is organized metabolically, with a responsiveness, growth, development and reproduction.



Skeletal and Muscular System


  • protects

  • supports

  • Allows body movements

  • Produces blood cellsStores minerals and fatConsisting of bones, cartilage, ligaments and joints.


  • Produces the movement of the body.

  • Maintains posture

  • Produces heat and energy

  • Consisting of muscles attached to bones by tendons.

Cardiovascular System

  • Transports nutrients, gases, hormones, substances for excretion

  • Important to the immune response

  • Temperature Regulator

  • Consisting of the heart, blood vessels and blood.


Nervous system

  • Main regulatory system

  • Controls physiological functions and intellectual

  • Perceciona sensations

  • Controls movement

  • Composed of the brain, spinal cord, nerves and sensory receptors

Lymphatic system is Immune

  • System protector or immune

  • Removes substances strange

  • Clears the blood and the lymph

  • Combat the diseaseResponsavél by hydric equilibrium in tissues

  • Responsible for absorbing fats

  • Constituted by vases, ganglions and lymphatic organs.

Endocrine System

  • Main regulatory system that influences the growth, reproduction, metabolism.

  • Consisting of glands that secrete hormones.

Urinary and Reproductive Systems


  • Removing the substance from the blood of excretion

  • Regulates fluid and electrolyte balance and blood PH

  • Consisting of kidney, bladder, and urinary tract


  • Responsible for producing hormones (male and female, milk and eggs in the case of the woman, sperm cells in the case of man)

  • Consists of the genitals and associated structures

Respiratory System

  • Promotes gas exchange between blood and air.

  • Regulates the pH

  • Consists of the lungs and airways




Digestive System

  • Responsible for chemical reactions and mechanical process of digestion

  • Absorption of nutrients

  • Elimination of substances excretion

  • Consisting of the mouth, esophagus, stomach, intestines and organs attachments.



Integumentary System

  • protects

  • Regulates the temperature and water levelsStimulates vitamin D

  • Consisting of skin, hair, nails and sweat glands



Systems Integration and Control

Part of these systems:

  • The functional organization of the nervous tissue

  • Spinal cord, spinal nerves

  • Brain, cranial nerves

  • Nervous system functions

  • Special senses (sight, hearing, touch, taste, smell)

  • Autonomic nervous system




Plants, seeds and roots are centuries since a reference and a legacy of our ancestors. Each plant, seed, root, has peculiar features and structures. However some have similar behaviors in interaction with the Human Body. The combination between plants, seeds, roots and some minerals are often the perfect combination capable of suppressing the shortcomings, weaknesses and immunities of the Human Body exposed to stress, pollution and will present lifestyle. It is increasingly important to act not only in the sense of prevention, as in getting healthy habits.







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