Environmental Deficiencies: A Plan for Nutritional Replenishment
By Svet Boulatov, MD
Lecturer in homeopathy, iridology,
colon and tissue cleansing and nutrition
Health Counter News
Most people don’t realize how nutritional deficiencies can lead to diseases. Because our soils have been depleted of necessary minerals, many of our fruits and vegetables now have less than 12 minerals out of the over 70 that we need— minerals that were present in our foods 100 years ago. Growing pollution has led to the depletion of oxygen in our atmosphere, from above 38% to less than 21% today. Our bodies are not designed to breathe air with 21% oxygen in it. When oxygen drops to 6%, we suffocate. Without oxygen, a person can live for only a few minutes.
Our bodies need oxygen, water, minerals, enzymes and amino acids. With a reduction of oxygen in the atmosphere, cellular oxygenation decreases. This results both in our metabolisms slowing down and in toxins not being oxidized and expelled from our bodies. Chronic oxygen deficiency at the cellular level leads to the accumulation of toxins and waste matter in our systems, resulting in some form of cellular mutation. Otto Warburg, twice Nobel Laureate, stated that “the primary cause of cancer is the replacement of normal oxygen respiration of body cells by anaerobic cell respiration.”
Water is needed for life. Without water, a person can live for only a few days. Water forms between 72 and 80% of the body. Minerals are needed for the proper composition of the body fluids, the formation of blood and bone, the maintenance of healthy nerve function, and the regulation of muscle tone. Lack of a single mineral can cause mental and physical problems. Enzymes break down foods so that nutrients can be absorbed by the body (digestive enzymes), and build the body from proteins, carbohydrates and fats (metabolic enzymes). Amino acids make up the proteins that the body needs. These proteins are not obtained directly from the diet. Dietary protein is broken down into amino acids, which the body then uses to build the specific protein it needs. We can see how these five elements sustain life in our bodies, but is there a dietary supplement that can supply us with all of these?
Fortunately, there is. It’s called Cellfood. This highly concentrated and super-energized liquid contains a wide spectrum of these nutrients in a special dipole/ di-base full aqueous solution which causes water molecules to split into hydrogen and oxygen, and supplies the body with these elements at the cellular level. Oxygen is used for oxidizing metabolic waste and for stimulating cellular respiration, and hydrogen is used for solidifying tissue cells. As a most complete nutritional supplement, Cellfood can offer tremendous benefits to humans, animals and plants. It detoxifies and supplies essential micronutrients to balance any living tissue. As well, it’s rapidly absorbed by the body because it’s delivered directly into the blood stream through the mucous linings of the mouth, throat and esophagus; many other nutritional supplements are absorbed through the digestive system.
Cellfood scavenges free radicals at the cellular level in a unique way. A free radical is a positively charged oxygen atom that is damaging the cell because of its inability to bond with something. When Cellfood causes the splitting of a water molecule, the single oxygen atom that is released has a negative electromagnetic charge. When the free radical encounters the negatively charged oxygen atom generated by Cellfood, it bonds with it. The result is a stabilized oxygen molecule, which is used by the cell for cellular metabolism.
Until we replenish our environment with sufficient oxygen, unpolluted water supplies, and soil balanced with all the elements and minerals in it, we’ll need to use a nutritional supplement like Cellfood on a daily basis. By cleansing, nourishing and balancing our bodies, we are making a meaningful investment in ourselves— ensuring prevention of disease, quick healing if we do get ill or hurt, and improving our quality of daily life at every level.