The Importance of Healthy Cells
The human body relies on a healthy cell network to avoid poor circulation, declining performance, premature ageing and degenerative diseases.
Almost all illness is the result of impaired cellular function. A healthy cell operates at a voltage between 70-110mV in order to produce ATP molecules (Adenosine Triphosphate), which are vital for a healthy body. When someone suffers a trauma or illness of any kind then the cell function is compromised to varying levels, depending on the overall fitness and health of the individual concerned. In this type of occurrence, the body may need help to maintain the necessary levels of cell activity.
Normal cell functioning and energy levels can be achieved with the use of pulsed electromagnetic wave fields that stimulate cell metabolism, increase oxygen absorption and accelerate the removal of toxic chemicals and waste. This empowers the body to recover its self-healing capabilities.
Impaired Cell Function