The role of ATP, adenosine triphosphate, is the building block of life be it human or plant.  The chemistry of how ATP is formed and how it is used is vastly complicated to understand however Paul Anderson in this excellent video does an outstanding job of explaining the chemistry of ATP production.   As you watch this video and the ion channel and transport through the cell membrane keep in mind the electrical polarities enabling the movement of ions through the ion channels and across membranes.

   The attraction and conversely the repulsion due to electrons regulates the passage of the chemicals described.  A biphasic electrical modality such as the Infrex Plus machine, alters polarities to affect ATP production. The molecules composed of atoms with excessive electrons ( negative charge) over protons ( positive charge) pushes negatives and pulls positive ions.  Upon passing through the membrane to the interior of the cell changes the polarity immediately in the cell.  If the balance is negatives then the ion channel can not pass through more negative ions as they are repulsed and can not flow down the ion channel.  This is our mitochondrial polarity stablilizer, or homestatic balancing of chemicals within the cell. 

 

 

 

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