Electrolytes for a Healthy Glow
Continuing on from another post Looking Great from Cleansing and Nourishment, I’d like to explain a bit more about the phenomenon of electrolytes in the human cell and how this can be used to improve our lives. When the electrolytes are optimized in the human cell, its ability to conduct electric current is greatly improved. Think of the dimmer switch on your dining room light as you increase the voltage, the room becomes more bright. Something like that happens in your cells, too. When you can carry higher electric currents, the whole body glows.
intraMAX contains more than 70 trace mineral, along with other health promoting Superfoods, totaling over 415 essential organic micro-complexed nutrients in each bottle. People don’t often remember that we are a collection of 30-some trillion cells, but this is what we are. Even if the glow only goes up a tiny increment in each cell, that can make a huge difference. We can physically glow and this is known as the healthy glow that we sometimes see in people. This is one big reason that you get these comments about how great you look.
This glow is also known as the human aura, which may sound a bit too New Age for some of you, but it should not. Some people see it, and even you can train yourself to see it with a little work. I have seen it a few times. You have to look with your peripheral vision. You can learn to see these things. People who have a gift for this will see not just the glow, but also the size of the glow itself and the different colors. The aura itself can be photographed and Kirlian photography has demonstrated that it exists.
Take a look at Revitalized Water Pictures showing examples of Kirlian photograpy. Wikipedia says: Kirlian photography is a collection of photographic techniques used to capture the phenomenon of electrical coronal discharges. It is named after Semyon Kirlian, who in 1939 accidentally discovered that if an object on a photographic plate is connected to a high-voltage source, an image is produced on the photographic plate.