In order to assure its potency, effectiveness, and reliability as a first line approach to overall wellness, Cellfood undergoes an ongoing regimen of rigorous laboratory testing, University research and other studies.
The following PDFs, highlighting a number of such research results, are available for reading, downloading, and/or printing:
A study to test the hypothesis that Cellfood is able to reduce oxidative stress in vivo due to its intrinsic antioxidant properties in vitro.
undergoes an ongoing regimen of rigorous laboratory testing.
Clinical observations of Cellfood’s efficacy utilizing blood analysis procedures.
Tests for the amount of dissolved oxygen in water with Cellfood, demonstrating an increase in oxygen over time.
A test that demonstrates Cellfood's ability to conduct electrical impulses.
A series of double blind placebo clinical tests on professional and amateur athletes utilizing Cellfood, measuring several indicators of blood health.
A laboratory study on the effect of Cellfood on the surface tension of water, indicating a shift toward the same surface tension as extracellular body fluids.
A laboratory test showing the ability of Cellfood to retard the growth of tested pathogen.
Tests for a product’s ability to kill organisms in drinking water.
Demonstrates the effectiveness of Cellfood— when used as a preservative or additive– to stop the growth of pathogens.
A study to measure the reduction of excess free radicals in the blood stream using Cellfood.
A study to determine the colloidal nature or behavior of Cellfood; an analysis of the extent to which Cellfood functions in a manner similar to, and compatible with, body fluids.
A study of eight test subjects measuring the effects of Cellfood on meridian imbalances, utilizing the AcuGraph Digital Meridian Imaging System. An additional case study— on one subject— is provided.
PubMed is the peer review search engine database of the U.S. Government’s National Institutes of Health. It presents approximately 30 million references and abstracts of studies on relevant life science and biomedical topics. The mission of the NIH is "to seek fundamental knowledge about the nature and behavior of living systems and the application of that knowledge to enhance health, lengthen life, and reduce illness and disability.”
Read PubMed’s six published studies or abstracts on Cellfood.