What is Zeta-Potential and why is it important?

Zeta-potential is the ability of a molecule to hold an electrical charge. The electric potential of a cell is its life force. When the Zeta Potential of a cell is increased, the cells become stronger and more active. A basic law of nature states that the smaller the size of the colloid the longer the colloid can hold its Zeta Potential. Zeta-potential is the force that maintains the discreteness of all the cells in our body. Also, the higher the Zeta-potential the more nutrients are able to pass through cells delivering nutrients and eliminating toxins.

When a cell's electrical potential is reduced to zero the cells disintegrate. When the electrical potential is reduced, progressive weakness and illness may occur. A person's electrical potential may be lowered by loss of blood or fluids, excessive emotional stress, accidents, lack of sleep, lingering infections, and an unbalanced diet.