|MadSci Network: Medicine|
I've just read something where the author believes that it is entirely a electrical/magnetic attraction that pulls the nutrients with a strong enough electrical field through the intestinal walls. How does this jive with what traditional science/medicine thinks? I've read lots of articles that phrase it like "then the molecules can be absorbed into the blood." ... well, any ideas how that might happen?
Re: How do the nutrients in our foods get into our bloodstream?
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