The Body Recharger Science

Dr. Purnell’s PhD research on theThe Body Recharger (TBR) developed as a result of the extremely beneficial effects she saw happen at the cellular level. She saw cells thrive and appear to be much healthier after exposed to water treated with the unit. This began a five-year intensive research quest to figure out how it did this and what was actually happening inside the cells. 

Key Points 

The first key point she discovered was that the cells exposed to the treated water had significantly improved cellular voltage. She then discovered what occurred in the cell once that “cellular battery” charge was restored to its healthy level. What she found were hundreds of very beneficial shifts in the way the DNA was expressed. She determined that one very important change had to do with something called ER Stress and the Unfolded Protein Response (UPR). 

Why is the Unfolded Protein Response (UPR) and ER Stress so important? 

While most people are aware of the importance of DNA in biology, many don’t realize that DNA affects all influence on a cell by providing a code that’s used to make a protein. The proteins are then builders and mediators of everything else that happens in the cell, much of which occurs through enzyme control...and enzymes are special types of proteins. 

When proteins are made from DNA, they are initially produced as a string of amino acids. The DNA code is translated as instructions to make a series of amino acids that make up the protein. The amino acids are produced similarly to a string of beads on a necklace. The function of the protein does not begin until this string of amino acids folds into a three-dimensional structure. This very specific structure is what gives the protein its unique ability. 

This three dimensional folding process of amino acids occurs in the cell in the Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER). This process is like an assembly line. When things go wrong with this folding process the cell detects a problem and tries to fix the problem. This causes stress as it slows or stops the assembly line. This stress is called ER Stress and activates a signaling network called the unfolded protein response (UPR). This could be likened to what would occur at a highway on-ramp. If traffic on the highway backs up, then the on-ramp traffic backs up and actions are taken to try to correct the problem creating the traffic jam. This UPR is associated with many health challenges. The cell simply cannot function optimally while under ER Stress. 

Dr. Purnell found that cells exposed to this technology have a significant reduction in ER Stress.

Here is her article published in Discovery Medicine regarding the mechanism of action that explains why the cell membrane voltages improve with the technology:



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