How is Cellfood Original Concentrate created?
Cellfood is created by a proprietary nine month process in which these all natural nutrient-rich plant substances are held in a negatively-charged suspension. The result is a remarkable formulation which- by utilising the same technology used decades ago- actually ‘dissociates’ (splits) water molecules by weakening the bonding electrons, and gives birth to cascades of vital, life-giving oxygen. This newly-born oxygen, combined with an array of vital nutrients, is carried to every cell in the body- hour after hour, day after day. Since our bodies are over two-thirds water, this oxygen and hydrogen source is virtually unlimited.
How does Cellfood Original Concentrate work?
When you mix Cellfood with water or juice and ingest it, its proprietary water-splitting action begins the moment you take the first sip. This cascading time release of oxygen typically peaks within 8-12 hours, and then keeps working hour after hour. And, its essential natural minerals, enzymes, amino acids and electrolytes are delivered simultaneously at the deepest level.
Cellfood is a miracle of electromagnetic design. Since Cellfood is colloidal and negatively charged- there is a natural synchronicity between body fluids. Cellfood’s vital nutrients may be absorbed and assimilated quickly and efficiently. And, Cellfood is a di-pole, di-base delivery system, helping deliver nutrients to the cells and tissues.
Therefore, Cellfood is exceptional as an overall delivery system not only for its own nutrients, but for increasing cell-absorption (by as much as 3-5 times) of any other nutrients or substances introduced within the same 24 hour period. Notably, there is no known toxicity associated with Cellfood.
Importantly, Cellfood won’t create free radical damage. Free radicals – believed to be a primary cause of ageing and disease-are positively charged ions of oxygen. Since Cellfood’s released oxygen molecules are negatively charged, they may seek out and attract these dangerous free radicals, joining with them to form stabilised oxygen.