We all know that the Universe started with Hydrogen with a lesser amount of Helium and a trace of Lithium. As these elements went through the stellar process they combined to form the heavier elements of the Periodic Table. Therefore, knowing the rate of stellar processing and the rate at which elements are formed, could we use the ratio of elements in our own Solar System to calculate how many times the matter that makes us and our Solar System up has passed through the stellar process? We by necessity must be at least second generation matter. Just as likely we may be third generation matter. Could we have gone through the process 4 or 5 even 6 times to end up with the ratio of elements we see today? Is there another way to calculate how many times our bodies have gone through the stellar life cycle? I am wondering how many times we have been recycled to end up as we are with the solar system we have now?