Thursday, November 3, 2016
How to Improve Your Memory : 3 Foods that Boost Memory!
3 Foods that will improve your memory, through chlorophyll, which acts as a quantum transporter adding oxygen to the cellular functions of your body. These three foods are "Broccoli Sprouts, Wheatgrass and Cruciferous Vegetables, like Kale." Chlorophyll acts as a blood purifier, an anti-inflammatory and it has a broad range of vitamin B. Decades of brain degeneration is shown to reverse, when you add large amounts of sprouts, wheatgrass and Cruciferous Vegetables to your diet. One great way to get these into our body is to juice them. Yes, you can juice "sprouts". At the famous Hippocrates Health Instituted in Florida, they use sprouts to heal. Instead of a salad bar, it's a sprout bar. All three of these foods will remove toxins and metals from the body. I believe the human body is more of an electromagnetic field than physical, which needs to be explored for greater self healing.
NOTE: Wheatgrass juice must be consumed with in 15 minutes of juicing for best results.
MIT STUDY: Much like a tightly wound drum, red blood cells are in perpetual vibration. Those vibrations help the cells maintain their characteristic flattened oval or disc shape, which is critical to their ability to deform as they traverse blood vessels in the body to deliver oxygen to tissues.
Study at MIT Dean of Engineering Subra Suresh and Physics Professor Michael Feld, director of MIT's George R. Harrison Spectroscopy Laboratory, reported the first whole-cell glimpse of these membrane fluctuations. Now, in a paper appearing in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, they present conclusive evidence that the vibrations require energy input from ATP (adenosine triphosphate), a chemical cells use to store and transfer energy.
Important: Wheatgrass or Barley Grass, and the other grasses are one of the planet's richest sources of high quality chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is liquid sunshine made by green plants. Sunlight charges and excites electrons in the chloroplast cells which then store that energy as ATP (adenosine triphosphate). ATP converts carbon and water into carbohydrates and releases oxygen into the atmosphere.
Historically: The Bohr–van Leeuwen theorem is a theorem in the field of statistical mechanics. The theorem states that when statistical mechanics and classical mechanics are applied consistently, the thermal average of the magnetization is always zero. This makes magnetism in solids solely a quantum mechanical effect and means that classical physics cannot account for diamagnetism, paramagnetism or ferromagnetism. ~Wikipedia
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