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The human body has 15 trillion cells, with unique functions. Some develop into hair strands, while others develop into bone/teeth, tissue, and blood elements Mertha Mo Nyamande This week on The Sunday Express we look at the elimination process whereby the body gets rid of waste or excess biological matter, that become toxins including synthetic ones if not gotten rid of. When we eat or ingest any substance, the food is processed into energy/nutrients that our bodies need and use for various functions. Each organ has different functions and therefore different needs; just like various professions and trades require different tools to perform their tasks. Similarly, the 15 trillion cells in the human body have unique functions, some develop into hair strands, while others develop into bone/teeth, tissue, and blood elements, etc. As some of these cells die off, the elimination process also helps to cleanse these out of the body to make room for the new cells.