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Electromagnetic Physiology

PEMF and Cell Physiology

Each cell is sur­round­ed by a thin lipid bilay­er mem­brane. The mem­brane has a volt­age, 70 mV. The exter­nal elec­tri­cal field inter­acts with the cells reg­u­lar mechan­ics pro­duc­ing ther­a­peu­tic effects:

  • PEMF flex­es cell mem­branes to enable change. The exter­nal field inter­acts with the cel­l’s native field caus­ing revers­ing pulsed forces out­ward and then inward. This “tap­ping” phys­i­cal­ly flex­es the cell wall and stim­u­lates nor­mal cel­lu­lar metab­o­lism, includ­ing tox­in release. The flex­ing helps cells to reestab­lish nor­mal nutri­ent and tox­in flow into the milieu, or cell envi­ron­ment. Research lit­er­a­ture indi­cates that observed ben­e­fits result stim­u­la­tion helps liv­er cells to deflate and release a per­cent­age of tox­ins that dis­rupt nor­mal func­tion; 
  • Dam­aged or weak­ened cells have dimin­ished cell ener­gy. This dimin­ished ener­gy results in a weak­er Trans-Mem­brane Poten­tial, or TMP. Puls­ing rais­es the TMP of the cell. An increase in the TMP helps the cells re-estab­lish nor­mal func­tion.

The Combined Approach

Ther­a­py com­bines lipid-dilu­tion cleans­ing with PEMF. Ther­a­peu­tic quan­ti­ties of essen­tial phos­pho­lipid­s/an­ti-oxi­dant cock­tails, and oth­er nutri­ents to facil­i­tate lipophilic tox­in release. 

These ele­ments trig­ger sys­temic lipid replace­ment enabling incre­men­tal dilu­tion, turnover and release of stored lipophilic tox­ins. 

We rec­om­mend between five and twen­ty pounds of con­cen­trat­ed phos­pho­lipids in con­junc­tion with a high-fat diet to reduce sys­temic tox­i­c­i­ty. Since this is a lot of lipids, it will take sev­er­al months to com­plete the detox­i­fi­ca­tion sched­ule. This pro­gram is very dif­fer­ent from dog­mat­ic low-fat diets, and more close­ly resem­bles the high­ly effec­tive Atkins pro­gram for weight loss.

Sub­ject should NOT be on a calo­rie restrict­ed diet dur­ing the detox­i­fi­ca­tion. A reduced calo­rie diet may cause the sub­ject to re-absorb the released tox­in-bear­ing lipids result­ing in re-con­t­a­m­i­na­tion. We sug­gest that low-fat and reduced fat diets are a cofac­tor in lipophilic tox­in accu­mu­la­tion.

The com­bi­na­tion of these approach­es is designed to pro­vide both symp­to­matic and cura­tive relief for lipophilic tox­in dis­eases. 


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