Oxygen and Our Atomic Bod
Oxygen and the Electromagnetic Sphere
Oxygen & the Electromagnetic Sphere
The atomic energy of the body becomes a melting pot of functional energies when it is fed properly and fights the attacks of virus, invading bacteria, tumors, and all sorts of destructive diseases.
The body is an electromagnetic field of atoms and neurons that churn up when they are broken down into atoms into the organs and bloodstream. They are electrical photons that shoot electrons back and forth producing many different functions simultaneously for each cell and organ in the body.
The four main functional elements and properties of the body are:
· Organisms are made of cells in all living things (plants, trees, and animals)
· Cells are made of molecules (atoms and cells)
· Molecules are made of atoms (biological cells/DNA)
· Atoms are made of subatomic particles (micro particles)
In order for our bodies to stay alive they must go through the process of respiration where the food we ingest is broken down into a molecule form and aerosol chemical breakdown as well and other properties. Our bodies further engage in breaking down chemicals and oxygen into an atom soup in our bodies, where it converts to energy, glucose, oxygen, nucleic acids, and proteins into energy and rejuvenates cells (bad and good).
As we sweat our bodies churn up different elemental systems to re-juvenate our systems, whether they are energy or oxygen molecules depends on the temperature of the body.
Humans are a dynamic force of nature that our bodies are electrical impulse based and we have a liquid molecular system to boot our elemental system into place.
The oxidation process is conversion into glucose. There are different scenarios when oxidation occurs in the body. It could be negative when oxidation produces more free radicals than it should and it flows through the body through the blood stream where DNA, lipids, and proteins could be damaged affecting the body and producing disease.
However diet in high anti-oxidants is essential to prevent disease. Here is a list of foods that produce high anti-oxidants in the body.
Sources of antioxidants
Good sources of antioxidants include:
- Allium sulphur compounds - leeks, onions and garlic.
- Anthocyanins - eggplant, grapes and berries.
- Beta-carotene - pumpkin, mangoes, apricots, carrots, spinach and parsley.
- Catechins - red wine and tea.
- Copper - seafood, lean meat, milk and nuts.
- Cryptoxanthins - red capsicum, pumpkin and mangoes.
- Flavonoids - tea, green tea, citrus fruits, red wine, onion and apples.
- Indoles - cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower.
- Isoflavonoids - soybeans, tofu, lentils, peas and milk.
- Lignans - sesame seeds, bran, whole grains and vegetables.
- Lutein - leafy greens like spinach, and corn.
- Lycopene - tomatoes, pink grapefruit and watermelon.
- Manganese - seafood, lean meat, milk and nuts.
- Polyphenols - thyme and oregano.
- Selenium - seafood, offal, lean meat and whole grains.
- Vitamin C - oranges, blackcurrants, kiwi fruit, mangoes, broccoli, spinach, capsicum and strawberries.
- Vitamin E - vegetable oils (such as wheatgerm oil), avocados, nuts, seeds and whole grains.
- Zinc - seafood, lean meat, milk and nuts.
- Zoochemicals - red meat, offal and fish. Also derived from the plants animals eat.
By Aida Garcia
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