LED LIGHT/BEET COMBINATION; COULD BE THE KEY TO QUICKER CELLULAR RECOVERY.
A Texas based medical device company is currently in the process of testing their recent U.S. Patent: LED lights utilizing a Nitric Oxide activator. For the first time, monochromatic light is being applied after the patient consumes a specific amount of Beet powder dissolved in liquid. The Beet powder generates Nitric Oxide which enables vasodilatation: Increasing the size of the patient’s arteries. "This allows the veins to increase blood and oxygen flow, enabling the light to stimulate the mitochondria more effectively." States Matt DeBow, Author of the book LIGHT: Health benefits & medical applications. "We saw about a 40% increase on the patient’s speed of recovery when we combined the LED devices and the beet powder and we anticipate similar results with the new flexible pads." The mitochondria is the engine of a cell. When that cell gets damaged the mitochondria needs to be "jump started" and one way is to use a monochromatic light source. "No matter what type of cell has been damaged; bone, tissue, muscle cell, we've found that those cells are recovering quicker when hit with a specific wavelength, and that those cells recover even faster if the patient has optimal Nitric Oxide levels." Says Brian Hulbert, President of the Buda, Texas based company LuxWaves. "My mother had sciatica for about six months and could barely get out of bed. After cortisone shots and chiropractors got her no relief, I finally talked her into using the lights 3 times a day. She got better, but it wasn't until she decided to start drinking the beet juice in combination with the LEDs that she recovered fully in less than 5 days. She now takes the beets every other day and uses the lights once a week to maintain her Nitric Oxide levels." DeBow adds, "Our dream is to get the public educated on the fact that there are other ways to treat pain besides pharmaceuticals and surgery." and that "Soon this combination modality will be made affordable to all people willing to think outside the box, and I think the results will speak for themselves." He hopes that soon, those results will make his dream, a reality.