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Uses for Cell Food Dietary Supplement

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Uses for Cell Food Dietary Supplement
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Overview

Cell Food is a natural antioxidant dietary supplement formula made by NuScience, and it may have many uses in your health and nutrition program. The makers refer to Cell Food as an oxygen and nutrient supplement because it contains 78 minerals, 34 enzymes and 17 amino acids derived from all-natural, plant-based organic substances. NuScience claims that Cell Food splits water molecules providing negatively-charged oxygen ions that donate electrons to free radicals, thus stabilizing them and reducing radical levels up to 27 percent. Consult with your doctor before taking Cell Food.

Meal Supplement

You can take cell food 15 minutes prior to meals or 45 minutes after. Since the product contains minute amounts of nutrients like minerals, amino acids and enzymes, it may compete for absorption with the food from your meals. NuScience claims that the negative charge of Cell Food allows it to absorb and assimilate quickly without the presence of food.

Water Additive

As an alternative, you could add your total daily amount of Cell Food to a water bottle. NuScience recommends eight drops added to 8 oz. of water three times daily. For convenience, simply add 24 drops of Cell Food to at least 24 oz. of water and sip gradually throughout the day. "Combat the Fat" author Jeff Anderson recommends eight 16-oz. glasses of water per day to maintain good hydration and overall health.

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Pre-Workout Supplement

Taking Cell Food prior to a workout, competition or athletic event may increase endurance, strength and recovery. NuScience claims that Cell Food boosts VO2 max, a measure of oxygen utilization and endurance. In addition, Cell Food may increase ferretin or iron storage and decrease lactic acid buildup, a side effect of muscular fatigue. These effects may allow your muscles to perform longer and harder.

After Workout Supplement

Intense training and even everyday aerobic respiration causes a natural buildup of damaging free radicals, according to "Free Radicals" by Manny Fausett. Cell Food provides a dietary supplement to take after workouts since NuScience claims that it boosts antioxidant activity. Free radicals can steal electrons from cell membranes and damage your DNA, leading to cell dysfunction, disease and even cancer.

Detox Agent

Cell Food may also help you detoxify your body. Eliminating free radicals detoxifies the body at the cellular level. In addition, Cell Food may help balance pH to help alkalize the body, which promotes the elimination of toxins, according to "The Miracle of Fasting" by Paul C. Bragg. Due to the detoxifying effect of Cell Food, you may experience increased regularity and waste elimination.

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