Sunday, February 22, 2009

Light-Emitting Cells Determine Food Quality and Bodily Health

With the recent peanut butter plant salmonella outbreak and FDA practices in question, many folks are turning to a diet of organically grown raw foods.

As early as the 1920s, Russian embryologist, Alexander Gurwitsch found that cells from plants emit a weak glow that he believed promoted cell growth. His research was picked up in the 1970s by German physicist Fritz-Albert Popp, who applied principles from quantum physics to the study. Discover how Popp used bio-photons, which radiate light from the cells of both plants and animals, as indicators of bodily health and the quality of the food we eat.

You can read the full article on The Sage Age site.


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