Nobel Prize Winner Research
Dr. Alexis Carrel Concludes Chicken Heart Cells Imortal!
Our cells must be constantly bathed in water in order to be cleaned of their acid wastes.
Without enough hydration our cell wastes can’t get eliminated and this impedes all cell functions.The kind of water we drink makes a big difference on every living cell in our body. Unhealthy water is acidic and/or full of chemicals, thus will not properly hydrate our cells. Healthy water is slightly alkaline to balance off the excess of acids our bodies must eliminate.
Nobel Prize winner Dr. Alexis Carrel did an experiment [1912-1940] to keep cells from a chicken heart alive and reproducing new cells for 28 years! Chickens only normally live eight years, so these chicken heart cells far outlived the life of a chicken and they could have lived on forever if he wanted. He did this by placing the cells in a saline solution that was the perfect temperature, pH, and nutrient/mineral balance. He replaced this solution daily (cleaning away the toxic [acidic] wastes). Eventually, after 28 years the purpose of the experiment was achieved. The cells did not die of aging they simply stopped the experiment and Dr. Carrel concluded the following; ” The cell is immortal. It is merely the fluid in which it floats which degenerates. Renew this fluid at intervals, give the cells what they require for nutrition and, as far as we know, the pulsation of life may go on forever.” This experiment to the supposition that cells do not have to age or become diseased and at least one reason they do is because of the acidic wastes which are trapped in the cells. When cells [which are otherwise properly nourished] are bathed and cleansed daily they’re allowed to function properly and they don’t wrinkle or become diseased.
Let’s face it, you can’t stop aging altogether, but you can give your cells the healthiest advantage possible with alkaline ionized water. Bathe your cells in the cleanest, healthiest water possible, and I will predict you will experience far better health and beauty as you do grow old.