Did you know that humans are battery operated?
It’s true. The cells in our bodies will all perform their own processes with chemical energy alone. However, to coordinate these processes, correctly time your heart’s rhythm, trigger your muscles so that they contract and relax in unison and even to have the thoughts and memories that make you who you are… for all of that, we need battery power. Electrical energy runs the computer that is our brains. This electrical energy controls everything we do by providing us with a timing mechanism for critical processes. It is also used as a part of the communication network that sends signals from the brain and spine out to organs and extremities far faster than any chemical method could.
As a quick physics refresher, remember that everything is made of atoms. Atoms themselves can be further divided into the protons and neutrons that inhabit the core of the atom, and the electrons that move throughout the space around that core. Protons and electrons are electromagnetically charged particles, whereas neutrons have a neutral charge. To make it easier to conceptualize, we call electromagnetic charges either positive (protons) or negative (electrons). Now, this has nothing to do with the particle’s outlook on life, and you’re not going to find electrons hanging out at dimly lit coffee bars reading Edgar Allen Poe. Positive and negative are just the words we use to describe these opposite charges.
In their basic state, atoms have an equal balance of protons and electrons, giving them a neutral charge. This neutral state is not constant, though. An atom’s charge fluctuates by the gain or loss of electrons. When not in balance, the atom is said to be an ion, and these are either a positively charged cations (too few electrons) or negatively charged anions (too many electrons). The switch between positive and negative charge and back again is caused by the flow of electrons from atom to atom. This is electricity.
“Opposites attract” is a common saying, and nowhere is it truer than within the structure of an atom. Electrons are attracted to the positive charge of the protons within the atom’s core. So how do these electrons jump from one atom to another? Electrons only exist within certain frequencies, which are their ‘energy levels’. Electrons can increase or decrease their frequency through electromagnetism, a process mediated by photons. You’ve probably heard of photons as being the smallest units of light, radio waves, x-rays and the whole range of the electromagnetic spectrum. Photons are also involved in the electron’s ability to gain and lose energy. Low-frequency electrons can gain energy by being bombarded with photons, and high-frequency electrons can lose energy by emitting photons. Low-frequency electrons cling closely to atoms and molecules. These electrons are unable to escape the pull of the positively charged atomic core, and cannot flow freely through our nervous systems. When provided with more energy, they become excited and leap to higher energy levels within a molecule, or freely flow across molecules as electricity. These high energy electrons move about more readily and interact with the world around them, providing us with the battery power we need.
Since our bodies rely on this electricity, problems with our internal power grids can be devastating. Electrical shocks and electrolyte imbalances are some of the biggest health hazards, but even minor problems can lead to diminished strength, flexibility, coordination, mental alertness and even affect our moods.
Pure Molecular Nutrition
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