Monday, July 30, 2012

Biological Therapeutics Rejuvenate™

The Premier Zeta-Factor 
Every cell in the body has an electrical potential. It is the electrical energy that 
differentiates life from death. The electrical potential, also called the zeta-potential, 
ranges from 70 to 90 millivolts in a healthy human cell. 
A very high zeta-potential is the ability of a molecule to hold an electrical charge. zeta-potential 
is the force that maintains the discreteness of all the cells in our body. As we age or become ill, 
our zeta-potential drops and so does our energy. This is one reason why it is difficult to get out 
of bed, exercise or maintain self-motivation as we either become toxic, older or unhealthy. 
Without energy, without cellular electrical potential, we not only lose our health, youth and drive, 
we have a difficult time absorbing nutrients. 

Introducing Biological Therapeutics Rejuvenate™ 
Biological Therapeutics Rejuvenate™ is by far, the premier zeta-potential nutritional product on 
the market.  By “charging” our systems with Rejuvenate™, it not only reenergizes our cells, it 
also allows better absorption of trace minerals and nutrients to be more bio-available to our 
cells. We call this the CELL THERAPY Zeta-Factor. 

The secret behind the power of Rejuvenate is fulvic acid which helps transport nutrients and 
minerals through to cells and is capable of helping cells recharge with a high zeta-potential, 
restoring and maintaining their potential. The higher the zeta-potential the better the 
environment for carrying nutrients into the cells and carrying toxins out. 

Chemists say that zeta-potential is what keeps the billions of cells in the body in circulation. 
Unhealthy foods causing high levels of toxins in the blood, poor oxygen intake and other factors, 
can cause the blood cells to clump together: a condition called Rouleau. This condition leads to 
impairing the transfer of energy within the body and reducing the flow and intake of nutrients. 

From 70/90 millivolt potential, unhealthy, or aged cells can drop to 60/80, 50/70 and so on. 

When ill, electrical potential can drop to 35. In cancer patients, it can drop to 15 or lower. Losing 
our electrical potential is synonymous with dying. When you use Biological Therapeutics 
Rejuvenate™ you increase zeta-potential and cellular electrical energy aiding healing and 
slowing the aging process. In addition, it stimulates the hydration reflex reestablishing normal 
thirst and water drinking habits. 

A force that maintains cell nourishment 
Zeta-potential represents a basic law of Nature, and it plays a vital role in all forms of plant and 
animal life. It is the force that maintains the discreteness of the billions of circulating cells, which 
nourish the organism. 

Dark Field Microscopy (Live Blood Cell Analysis) represents the analytic tool which allows an 
expert to directly view red blood cell (RBC) activity and determine how zeta-potential and other 
factors are affecting these RBC!s. Live Blood Cell Analysis may end up solving some of 
society's greatest health problems simply, quickly and far less expensively than months of 
intense therapy, pharmaceuticals, herbs and other remedies. 

Live blood cell analysis is used by both orthodox and alternative medical practitioners 
worldwide, and although it is not formally approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration 
(FDA) medical professionals are increasingly discovering that this innovative procedure 
provides a level of diagnostic information on cellular activity, dynamics and health far beyond 
standard or even expanded medical blood panels. 

Live blood cell analysis is thus a tool to evaluate in near-real-time, the cellular response of RBC 
to a wide variety of external stimuli (food, water, medication, etc.). The responsiveness to 
various stimuli can then be evaluated in minutes rather than in months and corrective measures 
quickly applied. 

Nutritional absorption is key 
55 out of 100 Americans can expect to die from some type of cardiovascular problem or 
alternatively have to live with severe long-term physical and/or neurological damage. On a 
lesser level, tens of millions of people worldwide are seeking ways to improve nutritional 
absorption, obtaining more effective cellular and bodily detoxification or elimination of 
environmental free radicals, achieving higher cellular and bodily energy levels and increasing 
cellular hydration for increased stamina, energy and overall physical well being. In short, such 
people are seeking healthy RBC. 

A simple analogy of an unhealthy live blood cell would be an automobile engine without a 
carburetor to inject fuel and without an exhaust to dispose of toxic carbon monoxide. Who would 
want to own an automobile like that? As it turns out, the vast majority of people are walking 
around not knowing that their body's cells are not equipped with an efficient exhaust 

Zeta-potential is a term commonly used in colloidal chemistry. When tiny mineral or organic 
particles are suspended in a fluid, zeta-potential maintains the dispersion or discreteness of the 
particles in suspension. In science, we learn that like charges repel and opposite charges 
attract. In an ideal system like blood, we want all particulates to have a like electrical charge. If 
the particles have no electrical charge, the various particles will clump together and form sludge. 
Therefore, the higher the zeta-potential the better the dispersion of particles in suspension. 

Thomas Riddick, a pioneer in colloidal chemistry, said that without zeta-potential, life could not 
exist. The high Zeta-potential or negative electrical charge on particles entering the bloodstream 
may help to increase the dispersion or discreteness of blood cells by helping to enhance the 
electrical charge on blood colloids which include blood cells. When blood cells are free flowing, 
they expose maximum surface area to the blood and are therefore able to hold and transport 
more oxygen and other nutrients throughout the body. 

Zeta-potential can be imparted to colloidal materials by a number of methods including vortexial 
fluid flow and the presence of certain types of ionic minerals that impart a negative surface 
charge to adjacent objects such as RBC. When the surfaces of adjacent RBC are similarly 
charged with a negative charge, the cells push away or repel each other, much like similar poles 
on two magnets would repel each other. 

Conversely, the improper type of ionic minerals act as free radicals and neutralize the negative 
surface charges on RBC, making them collapse on top of each other. A lot of the processed 
foods with chemical preservatives, pesticide residue and additives are of a cationic nature. Bad 
for humans. These foods have a natural Zeta-potential lowering effect on the blood. When we 
add negative health items to our diet that have a sludging effect on our blood, the situation for 
health begins to deteriorate. 

Biological Therapeutics Rejuvenate™ with its high Zeta-Factor— thanks to  its fulvic acid 
content— accomplishes these two important objectives: efficient cellular hydration and cellular 
dissociation while dark field microscopy(live blood cell analysis) provides the visible proof of 
these important results. Since the blood is nearly 90 percent water, the addition of the 
Rejuvenate™ to a regular diet may provide precisely the needed components for this de- 
coagulation of the RBC. 

It would seem that a significant reduction in cardiovascular problems could be possible by the 
use of Rejuvenate to enable the zeta-potential effect to be present in the intravascular 
bloodstream. [Biological Therapeutics]

Sunday, July 29, 2012

on the whole, this is, at it's most skeletal, compelling opinion, setting aside for the moment how important it is to hear someone speak at last and so clearly about this very particular forged manacle between alcohol and the muse...

(Katha Pollit) So many people have praised Christopher so effusively, I want to complicate the picture even at the risk of seeming churlish. His drinking was not something to admire, and it was not a charming foible. Maybe sometimes it made him warm and expansive, but I never saw that side of it. What I saw was that drinking made him angry and combative and bullying, often toward people who were way out of his league—elderly guests on the Nation cruise, interns (especially female interns). Drinking didn’t make him a better writer either—that’s another myth. Christopher was such a practiced hand, with a style that was so patented, so integrally an expression of his personality, he was so sure he was right about whatever the subject, he could meet his deadlines even when he was totally sozzled. But those passages of pointless linguistic pirouetting? The arguments that don’t track if you look beneath the bravura phrasing? Forgive the cliché: that was the booze talking. And so, I’m betting, were the cruder manifestations of his famously pugilistic nature: as F Scott Fitzgerald said of his own alcoholism: “When drunk I make them all pay and pay and pay.” It makes me sad to see young writers cherishing their drinking bouts with him, and even his alcohol-fuelled displays of contempt for them (see Dave Zirin’s fond reminiscence of having Christopher spit at him) as if drink is what makes a great writer, and what makes a great writer a real man.

So far, most of the eulogies of Christopher have come from men, and there’s a reason for that. He moved in a masculine world, and for someone who prided himself on his wide-ranging interests, he had virtually no interest in women’s writing or women’s lives or perspectives. I never got the impression from anything he wrote about women that he had bothered to do the most basic kinds of reading and thinking, let alone interviewing or reporting—the sort of workup he would do before writing about, say, G.K. Chesterton, or Scientology or Kurdistan. It all came off the top of his head, or the depths of his id. Women aren’t funny. Women shouldn’t need to/want to/get to have a job. The Dixie Chicks were “fucking fat slags” (not “sluts,” as he misremembered later). And then of course there was his 1989 column in which he attacked legal abortion and his cartoon version of feminism as “possessive individualism.” I don’t suppose I ever really forgave Christopher for that.

It wasn’t just the position itself, it was his lordly condescending assumption that he could sort this whole thing out for the ladies in 1,000 words that probably took him twenty minutes to write. “Anyone who has ever seen a sonogram or has spent even an hour with a textbook on embryology knows” that pro-life women are on to something when they recoil at the idea of the “disposable fetus.” Hmmmm… that must be why most OB-GYNs are pro-choice and why most women who have abortions are mothers. Those doctors just need to spend an hour with a medical textbook; those mothers must never have seen a sonogram. Interestingly, although he promised to address the counterarguments made by the many women who wrote in to the magazine, including those on the staff, he never did. For a man with a reputation for courage, it certainly failed him then. (Years later, when he took up the question of abortion again in Vanity Fair, he said basically the exact same things, using the same straw-women arguments. Time taught him nothing, because he didn’t want to learn.)

excerpted from Katha Pollit's
Regarding Christopher | The Nation