This ED3 area indicates how your cells are generating energy for your body and or metabolism. This can lead to inflammation. Inflammation is a big driver of free radical production. That’s any “itis” condition (like arthritis or sinusitis), any infection (immune cells produce huge quantities of free radicals to attack infection and also require lots of energy), and anything that drives inflammation in the digestive tract (like food intolerance for example) .
- When your cell driver is off you will feel like you’re not firing on all cylinders, Your metabolism will slow and will start only metabolizing fast releasing sugars. Low energy will begin to negatively affect your abilities – to act, to focus, to manage my weight and clear toxins.
The cell driver field comes from the individual cells and the myriad functions that they carry out. In particular we are looking at the ability of your cells to drive energy production and metabolism (the sum total of all the activities carried out in your body). Each cell is an individual unit, with its own energy and information processing structures. It provides for its own needs as well as carrying out its particular functions for the body as a whole. As with everything in the world of energy, we are also looking at information exchange and how well each cell understands how to manage this process.
Our mitochondria therefore are cavities, capable of receiving energy and research shows that there is indeed a match with the cell driver field and source energy.
- The cell driver field is correlated with creating energy in is broadest sense – from sugars and enzymes, photons (light), phonons (sounds) and electron exchange, all of which are involved in producing energy.
Another aspect to consider with a cell driver priority is its link to the mast cells. These immune system cells are involved in the inflammatory response, an important aspect of fighting infection and wound healing.
Issues: One could say that ageing and all chronic disease involves a breakdown in the mitochondria.
- Even a slight drop in mitochondrial energy may led to general fatigue, muscular fatigue and cognitive difficulties.
Energy production in the mitochondria needs to be carefully controlled.
- If free radical production gets out of hand the mitochondria may actually shut down energy production in order to protect the cell, something that can occur in chronic fatigue conditions. (The cell can still make energy, but far less efficiently, through a process called glycolysis that doesn’t require the mitochondria or oxygen).
Cell Driver Liquid Remedy (ED3) is designed to boost energy and metabolism. It matches with healthy mitochondrial function, including making energy, creating body heat, cellular absorption of oxygen and nutrients and excretion of waste products, cell replication, and many other specialized functions within the cell. By improving energy production it can help to reduce free radical production in the cells and works well with antioxidant nutrients.