All beings on this planet need light energy to live. It is pretty simple – without light, there is no life!
Biophotons are an essential source of food and energy. The radiation of light forms the basis for all life forms on our Earth – it is the most primal source of energy and essential for every cell of the body. They are in control of supporting your body’s ability to heal and every biochemical reaction.
In the 1970s, the German biophysicist Fritz-Albert Popp developed the knowledge of biophoton research. Fritz-Albert Popp’s research shows that our body contains a multitude of biophotons – a light that is hardly visible to our eye and which causes our cells to “glow”.
This light is essential for us because it gives us very important bio-information to order and regulate vital life processes and cell functions in our body.
A deficit of biophotons, which can come from environmental influences, radio radiation, stress, and much more, can directly cause a deficiency of information and result in errors in cell communication.
Why are we missing light?
Think about your daily food… is there enough sunlight stored inside for you?
No, if you don´t have fresh handpicked, raw, organic fruits and vegetables and you know how to prepare them properly in a biophotonic way.
90% of the food sold in supermarkets is devoid of light!
This is due to long transports in the dark and genetically modified food, and food that’s been treated with chemicals and pesticides.
Only 3% of the people are aware of the amount of light food that food can store.
Plants store this light in the form of biophotons – the smallest physical units of light.
Like plants, we as humans are also using this light for our bodies. The vital sun energy comes from the foods we are eating and the biophotonic energy they hold within.
The more sunlight a food can store, the higher the quality and nutritional value for us.
Free Radicals and Biophotons?
Biophotons are stored in your body and are used by all biological organisms to communicate on a cellular level. These biophotons can be either coherent – when the body is healthy and in balance – or incoherent as a result of free radical damage to DNA.
In damaged DNA, the DNA is unable to hold in the biophotons, which results in a 10-20x increased release of biophotons from the body. As biophotons are released, there has been a measurable increase in free radicals – likely from DNA damage.
Antioxidants have been found to lower the emission of reactive oxygen species (ROS) or free radicals, suggesting that this can repair DNA and therefore reduce the release of light particles (biophotons) from DNA.
This is the reason why antioxidants and biophotons interact together.