Water, Oxygen and Mitochondrial Production of Energy
Light (red/infrared) – Source of Energy
Red or infrared light has a frequency that resonance with hydrogen, so our body communicates hydrogen resonance and is a practical common language and is the fundamental in how our body responds to light.
And light is very important particularly red light is very important because it can communicate with hydrogen. Because the resonance range is actually in sync with this light. This is how the photosynthesis occurs and this is how our body responds to energy that is communicated to arrive, which is a very important source of energy, and it's a very important source of controlling our body waters viscosity. As close as it comes that water has a unique stake in the mitochondria is called interfacial water, it's like bulk water it's actually more like surface water which is very deuterium (https://www.drinklitewater.com/pages/history-of-deuterium https://www.ddcenters.com/understanding-deuterium/) sensitive, meaning that it has particle effects as far as kinetic eyes for professing interfacial water, which is fueling up our intracellular mitochondria. So, the red light, and the light resonance, which actually talks or communicates with our water hydrogen, oxygen, oxygen, hydrogen bonds and some hydrogen bonds in our body. That's practically the resonance and that can have to produce energy efficient viscosity. And because of that, we function better. And if you are exposed to red and infrared light you will have reduced pain and inflammation and reduced deuterium.
Hydration, Water (H2O), and Light
Mild dehydration will slow down one’s metabolism as much as 3%. As we get dehydrated, we fail to get oxygen and hydrogen in the form of water inside the cell, thus we lose the ability for our mitochondria to be cranking out as much energy as normal. Here we start looking straight in the face of how cancer begins according to metabolic theories of cancer.
If defective mitochondria are responsible for the origin of cancer, and defective energy metabolism is responsible for the observable characteristics of cancer than we must clearly see how water deficiencies will lead to mitochondrial deficiencies that can turn a cell cancerous.
I would imagine that oxygen is not just breathed in but derived from hydrolysis of inter-cellular water into hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O), and that to consistently get the proper ratio of oxygen to hydrogen, you need to liberate the oxygen from the water (H2O). Light would probably be a part of this process and we do know that Red and Near Infrared light do penetrate into the mitochondria.
One way or another water is absolutely necessary for every physiological process including the transport of oxygen to the cells. Water is the primary transport for the removal of toxins out of the cells and oxygen in. Just think how important water is for the blood and oxygen flowing through our circulatory system.
Blood flow declines with dehydration. Dehydration reduces the amount of fluid circulating in our bloodstreams and this is crucial for oxygen delivery to the cells. Health demands that we keep the speed of the blood high so that it contained sufficient oxygen (enough water = blood volume = speed through the body and oxygen capacity). It also helps to retain more CO2 in the blood because appropriate CO2/bicarbonate levels keeps the vessels dilated so the blood flows more freely. Slower breathing and intake of bicarbonates help increase blood CO2 levels, which helps with oxygen delivery to the cells.