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The Krebs Energy Soak

Chronological aging is mirrored by a proportional decline in cellular energy production. The inevitable consequences are lower activity levels, increasing physical frailty, mental decline, and the accumulation of acid and morbid microbes within tissues. 

The Krebs or Citric Acid Cycle is the aerobic chemical generator of ATP, the substance that powers all biological processes within the body. There are several substances that support and boost the Citric Acid Cycle; Citric Acid, Vinegar and Niacin(Nicotinic Acid). For overall health and youthful wellbeing supplementing with these substances is critical.

Ingesting large amounts of any of these three chemicals is prohibitive, so augmentation is arguably better achieved transdermaly. And what is more rewarding than a good soak in a hot therapeutic bath? 

The human body adsorbs about 1.5 litres of water per day by bathing and this takes about 20 minutes in a soaking bath. So by adding these ingredients to your soak, after 20 minutes you have absorbed most of what is going to get adsorbed. 

Krebs is a high energy metabolic pathway and by elevating it with the bath cellular energy increases, the body becomes more aerobic and body PH declines. The nice thing about this is that you do not have to continue with the regime indefinitely because once the elevated pathway is firmly re established, it maintains itself even after the supplements are no longer utilized.

The Krebs Energy Soak Recipe;

Grind four 500 mg tablets with your mortal and pestil
                         

    Add 1/4 cup of citric acid to the blender
    Use one cup of vinegar. Blend all ingredients together and add to a warm bath.
    So simple and yet so effective. You can write me into your Will later. 

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