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Inspirational quotes about cells to help you be “limit less”

Looking for some quotes about overcoming life limitations? Check out these inspiring quotes about pushing the boundaries and overcoming limitations through better cell health.

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In your body, right now, there are 37 trillion cells helping you face whatever life throws at you. Your immune cells are there to help you heal. Your neurons exist to help you think and function. Your muscle cells help your heart to beat. Research supports that when your cells are healthy, you’re able to do more in life. And that’s what we want for everyone. So, without further ado, here are 37 inspiring quotes about cell health – which will hopefully give you plenty of motivation to live a “limit less” life.

Each of us is a universe of our living cells.
Toba Beta author

“The blueprints for the construction of one human being requires only a meter of DNA and one tiny cell. … even Mozart started out this way.”- L.L. Larison Cudmore, cytologist

“The smallest unit of life is the cell. So, if you’re cells are healthy, you are healthy.” - Mike Murphy, Professor of Mitochondrial Redox Biology & MitoQ co-creator

“Everything you'll ever need to know is within you; the secrets of the universe are imprinted on the cells of your body.” - Dan Millman, author and lecturer

Age is just a number. It’s how your body and your cells are aging that makes the difference.
Dr. Mark Menolascino Internal Medicine Specialist

“Everything about your life, about your body, grows! Your cells regenerate; your hair, your nails, everything grows for your entire life.” - Mel Robbins, author & motivational speaker

“The history of the universe is in every one of us. Every particle in our bodies has a multibillion-year past, every cell and every bodily organ has a multimillion-year past, and many of our ways of thinking have multithousand-year pasts.” - Joel R. Primack, professor of physics and astrophysics

“As the human fetus develops, its changing form seems to retrace the whole of human evolution from the time we were cosmic dust to the time we were single-celled organisms in the primordial sea to the time we were four-legged, land-dwelling reptiles and beyond, to our current status as large­brained, bipedal mammals. Thus, humans seem to be the sum total of experience since the beginning of the cosmos.” - Jonas Salk, virologist and medical researcher

“How great is the mystery of the first cells which were one day animated by the breath of our souls! How impossible to decipher the welding of successive influences in which we are forever incorporated! In each one of us, through matter, the whole history of the world is in part reflected.” - Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, scientist & paleontologist

“I see the whole of humankind becoming a single, integrated organism. … I look upon each of us as I would an individual cell in the organism, each of us playing his or her respective role.” - Jonas Salk, virologist and medical researcher

"It is the cells which create and maintain in us, during the span of our lives, our will to live and survive, to search and experiment, and to struggle." - Albert Claude, cell biologist

The body is a community made up of its innumerable cells or inhabitants.
Thomas A. Edison inventor

“Exercise tells your cells that you are alive. All bodies need oxygenation.” - actress, author & health spokesperson

“Brain cells create ideas. Stress kills brain cells. Stress is not a good idea.” - Arthur Frederick Saunders, soldier & recipient of the Victoria Cross

“The human brain is estimated to have about a hundred billion nerve cells, two million miles of axons, and a million billion synapses, making it the most complex structure, natural or artificial, on earth.” - Tim Green, retired professional football player

All of today's DNA, strung through all the cells of the earth, is simply an extension and elaboration of [the] first molecule.
Lewis Thomas physician & poet

“If a single cell, under appropriate conditions, becomes a man in the space of a few years, there can surely be no difficulty in understanding how, under appropriate conditions, a cell may, in the course of untold millions of years, give origin to the human race.” - Herbert Spencer, psychologist & biologist

“For over two billion years, through the apparent fancy of her endless differentiations and metamorphosis the cell, as regards its basic physiological mechanisms, has remained one and the same. It is life itself, and our true and distant ancestor.” - Albert Claude, cell biologist

Every living thing is made of cells, and everything a living thing does is done by the cells that make it up.
L.L. Larison Cudmore author
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