A summary of how PXP works….
There are lots of different ways this can be answered …from very simple that it “feeds the mitochondria in the cells” to a more technical explanation by a biochemist (below).
Personally, I found this clip of film the best most straight forward explanation and so when people ask me I show them this clip.
The Hidden Secret of Health https://youtu.be/wHxVFKaiO9g
Just 6 minutes duration it seems to satisfy most people’s questions. When on the very odd occasion people do want more I share this explanation by Juliann James, M.S., Biochemistry, M.S., Food Science:
Every cell in our body carries out its various jobs fuelled by the foods we eat, the water we drink, and the air we breathe. These are all considered nutrients and can be subdivided into two categories, micronutrients, which we need in relatively small quantities: vitamins, and minerals, as well as macronutrients, which we need in relatively large quantities: water, oxygen, proteins, carbohydrates and fats.
Alfa PXP supplies us with carbohydrates, in the form of mechanically hydrolyzed α-polysaccharide peptides. In addition, Alfa PXP contains all the essential amino acids, (making it a complete protein), all of the essential fatty acids (GLA, ALA, LA, SDA, EPA, DHA, AA etc), as well as an abundance of vitamins and minerals.
Let’s talk about α-polysaccharide peptides.
The cell membrane has pores in it along with an active transport system which allows particular atoms and molecules to pass through it. Most foods we eat must be metabolized before passing through the cell membrane. This requires energy in the form of stored ATP. Alfa PXP passes immediately through the cell membrane and into the mitochondria without the need to go through the usual metabolic pathways.
In the mitochondria α-polysaccharide peptides are metabolized via the Krebs cycle. The Krebs cycle converts the energy, which is held within the bonds between the atoms of each molecule, into packets of energy that can be used by the cell – ATP.
ATP stands for adenosine triphosphate. You’re familiar with phosphorus – it makes it’s own light: you see it on the 4th of July. The animals at the bottom of the sea glow with phosphorus.
After the production of ATP within the mitochondrion, they migrate into the cell where its energy is released. If you had an electron microscope you could see little fireworks as the ATP turns into ADP (adenosine diphosphate). The cell uses the energy to perform its various duties: protein, RNA and DNA synthesis, cell membrane maintenance, organelle maintenance, as well as, and most important, detoxification and maintaining individual cell health.
A portion of Alfa PXP provides each cell with 36 ATP whereas an equivalent amount of carbohydrate provides each cell with 2 ATP. This is more energy than the cell has ever seen before. It takes care of all its cells duties and still has more energy than it’s ever seen before – energy which it uses to do the work of healing.
However, if we want to keep our cells in this heightened state of health, just as we must eat food everyday, we must take Alfa PXP everyday, consistently, as prescribed. The suggestion to spread your doses out three times throughout the day is because Alfa PXP is water soluble and flushes through your system very quickly. It enters your cells instantly, and your mitochondria do their work. But your cells never go to sleep, they work 24/7. Always working, always detoxifying, repairing your DNA, protecting your precious brain neurons, always trying to maintain optimum health. Each cell requires a regular influx of Alfa PXP for optimum health.
Please don’t neglect your cells of what they require. Every cell in your body is but a mirror image of you as a whole and they work so hard for you – day and night.
Hope this helps you understand how amazing PXP is and what it can do and function for your body!