There are many myths surrounding the structure of human cells. One common misconception is that the cell operates like a battery, storing and releasing energy as necessary. In truth, while cells do rely on energy sources such as ATP, they do not function like batteries.
An interview with Fred Foster: The Origin and History of Minbiotics The Natural Action Webinar series Welcomes Mr. Fred Foster This months webinar features an interview with the man who brought Minbiotics to the United States. After an illustrious career as an educator, founder of multiple private school systems, Fred went on to use his computer background and worked for the likes of Bendix and General Motors as a programmer before he was forced to retire when he became crippled by body wide arthritis. During his retirement, he learned about an atomic scientist working to remove radioactive isotopes with a natural mineral base. It turned out these minerals were also effective at detoxifying the body while supporting the immune system. He was able to heal himself fully in a relatively short period of time. He now has devoted his life to sharing what he has learned in the last 9 years, speaking to hundreds of thousands of people about the contamination of our environment and what people need to do to protect themselves from these dangers.
Meet Joe Borowy and his challenging journey with health. Joe has had kidney issues for most all of his life. This inspired him to seek and study intently the special knowledge from the teachings of the “secret brotherhood” in order to better cope with his severe health condition, where he learned the dire importance of water quality. This has allowed him to maintain quality of life and amazing attitude against all adversity. Joe is a highly intelligent individual who is wonderful to speak with and has much practical and philosophical knowledge to share. You would never know he is facing life threatening issues with his wonderful, insightful and inspiring attitude.
Indigenous people view both themselves and nature as part of an extended ecological family that shares ancestry and origins. It is an awareness that life in any environment is viable only when humans view the life surrounding them as kin.