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Your body is Electric - Electrons in the Body: The Microscopic Powerhouses of Life

Electrons travel from space on solar winds and enter our Earth's atmosphere, the Earth is a giant source of electrons for us!

Our bodies need the electrical charge for vitality, health, and cellular function. Electrons, those tiny subatomic particles that buzz around the nucleus of atoms, are among the most fundamental building blocks of life.


How do we gather and store electrons?

Electrons are stored in different ways in the body one of them being in EZ water (see blog on Exclusion Zone Water - You Are A Liquid Crystal). Exclusion Zone water is the fourth phase of water it goes beyond liquid, gas, and solid. It's a gel-type substance found around all cells and our connective tissue is made of this substance, this is where quantum communication takes place within the body. Unfortunately, modern living (disconnect from nature, toxins, pollution, and living indoors, etc.), inhibits the flow of electrons within the electromagnetic field limiting our ability to gather electrons.


It really is a delicate balance that if distributed causes health implications. Things that impede or block the flow in the body are emotional or physical trauma, scar tissue, vertebrate misalignment, and dehydrated cells. Our ability to gather and store electrons is determined by optimal health the whole body requires electrical impulses to regulate the body systems such as brain waves and heartbeat down to the cell functions listed below:

  • Energy Production: At the heart of our cells, particularly in the mitochondria, electrons are crucial for energy production through a process called oxidative phosphorylation. Electrons are shuttled through a series of protein complexes, releasing energy that is used to generate adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the cell's energy currency.

  • Electron Transport Chain: In the inner membranes of mitochondria, electrons flow through a series of protein complexes in a process called the electron transport chain (ETC). This flow of electrons generates a proton gradient that drives ATP synthesis, providing energy for various cellular activities.

  • Redox Reactions: Electrons play a central role in redox (reduction-oxidation) reactions. In these reactions, electrons are transferred from one molecule to another, facilitating crucial processes such as cellular respiration and photosynthesis.

  • DNA Repair: Electrons are involved in repairing damaged DNA. Enzymes that repair DNA use electrons to replace or remove damaged nucleotides, ensuring the integrity of our genetic code.

  • Neurotransmission: In the nervous system, electrical signals travel along neurons. These signals are generated by the movement of electrons across the cell membrane, allowing for communication between nerve cells.


What role do electrons play in health and vitality?

Modern lifestyles really limit our ability to gather and store electrons thanks to plastics, rubber-soled shoes, and synthetic materials. Instead of electrons going through our bare feet, through the meridian's pathways, and into our organs they go backward. Because electrons are stored in cell membranes of plants and animals they are generally cooked off in the process of preparing food.


Ok, so we know the importance of a balance of electrons in the body for health and the importance of replenishing those electrons so we don't get depleted which can lead to some health issues.

  • Free Radicals: Unpaired electrons, known as free radicals, can damage cells by stealing electrons from other molecules. This oxidative stress is linked to aging, inflammation, and various diseases.

  • Electrolyte Balance: Proper functioning of organs, muscles, and nerves relies on the balance of ions (charged atoms or molecules) like sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. These ions depend on electron flow for their activity.

  • Metabolism: Disruptions in electron transport within mitochondria can lead to energy deficits and contribute to metabolic disorders, such as diabetes and mitochondrial diseases.


What can we do to recharge and support this process?

So to support our bodies we can do some simple things like.

  • Grounding - reconnect with the earth. Remember you are more conductive when your feet or the ground is wet.

  • UV Light Exposure

  • Infrared Red Light Exposure

  • Hydration - electrolytes

  • DHA Consumption

  • Emotional and nervous system regulation helps the flow - somatic techniques, massage, chiropractor - see my online services

I often get asked what products I use myself and in clinic so I have some listed here.


To speak to me directly don't hesitate to reach out :)






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