Akuna is the Aboriginal word for flowing water and symbolically water has a wonderful undertone of purity and fertility and is often seen as the very source of life itself.

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"Morgan Mellas" | Posted on Jul 15, 2016 Although not a likely dinner topic, life happens deep within our cellular mitochondria with chemical reactions known as redox signaling.  Learn why redox imbalances are responsible for every illness from diabetes to cancer. They call them Redox Signaling Molecules.  The National Institute of Health (NIH), Stanford, Harvard, Cornell, and many other top medical research institutions are utilizing huge sums of money and dedicating entire labs toward studying these tiny molecules, after finding they are a cornerstone to preventing disease. Our bodies are made up of cells. Inside of every cell we have mitochondria (some cells have thousands).  When functioning optimally, mitochondria produce redox signaling molecules called Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS). The ROS molecules fall into two categories: reductants that cause reduction reactions or oxidants that create oxidation reactions. Redox signaling processes take place in nature every