How do magnetic fields affect cells?

Ions are positively and negatively charged particles that conduct electro-magnetic pulses from within the body’s cells. The electro-magnetic pulses allow the cell to function. In a normal healthy cell, the ions are distributed around the cell with all of the positive ions on one side and the negative ions on the opposite side. The ions which live outside of the cell in the tissue, align with those inside the cell so that opposing poles are together with the cell membrane between them. This allows fluid, oxygen and nutrients to move freely in and out of the cell, while maintaining the natural balance within the cell.

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