Insufficiency of Cellular Energy (ICE) from the Alternative Cellular Energy (ACE) Pathway Limiting the Specialized Functions of Neuronal Cells

W John Martin
2016 International Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine  
Cellular survival, including the task of maintaining an electrical charge difference between the inside and outside of the cell membrane, depends upon a continuing supply of cellular energy. Additional cellular energy is utilized by cells in performing more specialized functions, which are characteristic of the particular cell type. Neuronal and sensory cells are in particular need for extracellular energy since much of their specialized activity is involved in the repeated electrical
more » ... tion and repolarization of their cell membrane. As originally proposed for certain virus infections, damaged yet viable cells may selectively lose their specialized or "luxury" functions. A selective loss of specialized functions can potentially occur in many illnesses in which there is an insufficiency of cellular energy (ICE) beyond the energy required for cellular survival and subsistence. The effects of ICE are likely to be most pronounced in electrically responsive neuronal and sensory cells. Recent studies indicate that food metabolism is not the only source of cellular energy. An alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway occurs through the absorption of an environmental force termed KELEA (kinetic energy limiting electrostatic attraction). It provides a dynamic (kinetic) quality to the body's fluids including the apparent loosening of the hydrogen bonding between water molecules. The fluctuating electrical activity of the brain, and possibly muscles, may act as an antenna to attract KELEA from the environment and transfer the energy to the body's water. Moreover, certain clinical observations are consistent with a positive feedback between the ACE pathway within electrically active cells and their capacity to act as an antenna for their own continuing absorption of KELEA. This positive feedback may explain reports of sustained restoration of hearing, eyesight and more complex brain-directed functions achievable in some patients using ACE pathway based therapies. Various modalities of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM), including the consumption of KELEA activated water, can be used to enhance the body's ACE pathway.
doi:10.15406/ijcam.2016.04.00112 fatcat:kain3qccyjaulnhz3llxkenja4