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The Body's Battery Pack

Cell membrane acts as a battery (more appropriately as a capacitor) that provide additional electrons into the intracellular matrix (mitochondria provide primary intracellular voltage).  For a capacitor to function, there must be two conductors separated by an insulator. The cell membranes therefore need to be made out of healthy fats for this to work properly. Hydrogenated fats prevent the capacitance aspect of the cell to function efficiently.  We need to consume lots of healthy fats, both saturated and unsaturated.  It is best to avoid seed oils and other hydrogenated fats.  Hydrogenated fats act as plastics in a cell and disrupt the capacitor/insulator aspect of the cell membrane.

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