The Associate Induction Hypothesis offers a different way to understand cell structure, energetics, and health.
Over the last few years I have realized TWO things about nutrition and cellular biology. First, I don’t know as much as I thought I did. And second, neither does anyone else.
I say this because the generally accepted “theory” of cellular energetics is just that – “theory.” Well, if it is just a theory I wanted to know what some of the other theories might be.
More importantly if our understanding of the most basic human function, the creation of energy at the cell, is incomplete or inaccurate then how does this effect our overall understanding of health, and metabolism.
I wanted to comment on this interview because it lays the foundation for several ideas you will hear in later interviews. Many of the later interviews offer an approach and explanation to many health and metabolism issues I have seen or experienced.
Based on those explanations and the results I have seen, I am willing to consider the further implications of this approach.
Here are some of the main points I got out of the interview.
5:20 Phil describes the dominate view of the Membrane Pump and idea of cell receptors that only interact with certain chemicals. This is the mainstream model of the cell based on a phospholipid bi-layer around the cells and the use of mechanical pumps.
It can be a little difficult to follow without some visuals. Here is a series of videos to help from the Kahn Academy. At 11:20 in this video they present the mechanical pump theory.
10:15 Phil introduces the Living Protoplasm perspective. The idea that the cell is […]