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CELLFOOD® SURFACE TENSION STUDY
a recent study conducted at Augustine Scientific Research Center, surface
tension as a function of concentration for CELLFOOD® in a glass of
water was measured using a Kruss Processor Tensiometer K100 with automated
surface tension of ordinary tap water is approximately 73 mN/m (dynes/cm). The
surface tension of extracellular body fluids is much lower at approximately 40
mN/m (dynes/cm). This low surface tension is critical to healthy cellular
function, absorption of nutrients, and the removal of toxins. A higher liquid
surface tension causes the surface to act like a stretched elastic membrane
inhibiting absorption while increasing molecular resistance.
surface tension of the tap water (control) was calculated to measure 72.8 mN/m
(dynes/cm). Two separate controlled dilution experiments were conducted
simultaneously; one as drops per 8 oz. of water, and the second as %wt stock
solution of CELLFOOD®. The results were statically identical; in
both tests, CELLFOOD® was shown to reduce surface tension to 40 mN/m
(dynes/cm), the same surface tension of extracellular body fluids.
was observed by Dr. Christopher Rulison, Ph.D., that using Avogardo’s
multiplication number of 6.02 x 1023 molecules/mole gives the value
of 51 billion surface active molecules per square millimeter at the surface
of a glass of water containing 8 drops of CELLFOOD®.
Rulison also noted regarding the molecular dimensions of CELLFOOD®
(4-7 nanometers in size), “we figure a standard molecular radius of gyration
as (length)3/2 then your enzymes and amino acids could be expected to
occupy between 43/2 = 8.0 sq. nanometers and 73/2 = 18.5
sq. nanometers each at the surface. However, since a square nanometer = 1012
sq. nanometers, each of the 51 billion molecules at the surface has 19.6 sq.
nanometers of free space – more than is necessary for complete rotation.” An unfortunate
but common necessity for nutritional supplement manufactures known as denaturing
(packing 3-5 times the amount of protein at a surface that a radius of gyration
argument would follow) to assist with absorption. Because of the specific
hydrophobic residues and small molecule surfactants, CELLFOOD®
can pack in surface spaces upwards of 50 to 100 times below its radius of
gyration in water; denaturing is not necessary due to its amphipathic nature.
Scientific – Specialists in Surface and Interface Science
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases