Healing Is Voltage: The Handbook

Overview

Every cell in the body is designed to run at -20 to -25 millivolts. To heal, we must make new cells. To make a new cell requires -50 millivolts. Chronic disease occurs when voltage drops below -20 and/or you cannot achieve -50 millivolts to make new cells. Thus chronic disease is always defined by having low voltage. This book tells you how to measure your voltage in each organ, how to correct it, and how to determine why your voltage dropped enough to allow you to get sick. ...
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Overview

Every cell in the body is designed to run at -20 to -25 millivolts. To heal, we must make new cells. To make a new cell requires -50 millivolts. Chronic disease occurs when voltage drops below -20 and/or you cannot achieve -50 millivolts to make new cells. Thus chronic disease is always defined by having low voltage. This book tells you how to measure your voltage in each organ, how to correct it, and how to determine why your voltage dropped enough to allow you to get sick.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781453649169
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/21/2010
  • Pages: 600
  • Sales rank: 170,021
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Jerald L. Tennant, MD, MD(H), MD(P)

Born 1940 in Dodge City, KS.

Graduated Darrouzett, TX High School 1957

Attended Texas Tech University 1957-1960

Attended University of Houston School of Optometry 1958-1959

Graduated with MD from University of TX Southwestern Medical School 1964

Internship Methodist Hospitals of Dallas 1964-65

Basic Science of Ophthalmology, Harvard Medical School 1965

Residency in Ophthalmology, Parkland Hospitals of Dallas, 1964-1968

Diplomat of American Academy of Ophthalmology

Diplomat of American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery

Private Practice of Ophthalmology 1964-1995

Director of Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery, Parkland Hospital 1965-1985

International Lecturer in Ophthalmic Surgery 1978-1995

Co-founder, Outpatient Ophthalmic Surgery Society

Lecturer in Energetic Medicine 1999-present

Awards:

Valedictorian High School (graduated at end of junior year) 1957

Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society 1959

Dean's List, Texas Tech University 1959

Pre-med Student of the Year, Texas Tech 1959

SN Intern of the Year 1965

Philip Corboy Award for Distinguished Service to Ophthalmology 1986

American Academy of Ophthalmology Service Award

Order of St. Sylvester

Publications:

Books:

A Lens for All Seasons

Cataract Surgery, A Primer

Life in the Box

Healing is Voltage

Numerous medical articles

Patents:

Various patents of medical instruments and other non-medical patents.

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