human-photosynthesisNot only is the water in our cells sensitive to light so is everything else including our genetic material. The cells respond with hypersensitivity to influences that come from outside the cell. We are our cells and then we are more than that, more than the sum of our parts. What you are about to read has tremendous implications in our understanding of life and cellular processes, human health, and disease.

Cell Fuzion™ is an advanced antioxidant formula that protects cells against harmful free radicals and environmental toxins. It also supports healthy aging.When strong light hits the skin’s epidermis to fibroblast cells, which produce such structural proteins as collagen and elastin. When the light hits the cytochromes inside the fibroblasts’ mitochondria, it stimulates the cell’s energy transport system. When we send light rays into the cells they excite the Mitochondria into producing up to 10 times more ATP (adenosine triphosphate). Dr. Harry T. Whelan says, “The light is absorbed by mitochondria where it stimulates energy metabolism in muscle and bone, as well as skin and subcutaneous tissue.”

The recharging of ADP to ATP requires a huge energy investment, and that energy comes from the food we eat, the air we breathe and the water we drink. It is also recharged by the light we treat the cells with and of course always by the sun. Light is stimulating in all senses and it does get down into the basement of cell physiology and stimulate a fire that warms and heals the cells.

Cellular energy (ATP) needs to be produced by each individual body cell in order for it to operate properly. If the cell does not have sufficient ATP, it is fatigued and susceptible to illness and infection and cannot function the way it was intended. To operate at optimal efficiency cells have their own small ‘power station’- the mitochondria to produce ATP. The fuel to power the cell to produce ATP, believe it or not, is light. Production of cellular energy is accelerated as soon as the cells are stimulated by laser light or by Pulsing electro-magnetic fields.

The physicist Dessauer writes, “If it were possible to increase the concentration of solar electrons tenfold in this biological electron-rich molecule, then man would be able to live 10,000 years. It is, in any case, true that all so-called mutations which damage the genetic factor, which have a negative effect on man and which cause disease, indicate a withholding of electron energy, while the concentration of solar electrons-stored in the bipolar molecule between unsaturated electron–rich fats and protein can greatly increase the depository effect of strength and power as well as the subjective health condition. A wealth of electrons means an increase in happy well-being. This result of a positive sum of strength and power was also recognized by Aristotle.”

An increased concentration of electrons means an increase in man’s feeling of happiness. To absorb the electrons into the living body, we must already have in the body’s electron system either the same wavelength or a multiplicity of wavelengths.

The best way of warming up the voltage of the body and its cells is with BioMat far-infrared heating mats that warm your body from the inside out with light, not only with light but a cascade of ions. For pain and comfort it is the best. If one is old it’s even better. If one is sick and tired and stressed out or just fatigued from the day there is nothing better than just throwing oneself down on the BioMat for rest and comfort. Let it take your pain away and enjoy being heated and regenerated with far-infrared light.

Dr. Mark Sircus AC., OMD, DM (P)

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