The genius and inventor behind Cellfood is Everett
Storey, who worked on the American “Manhattan
This was a top-secret project; and, to this day, not much has been revealed about it. Albert Einstein credited Storey with the “water splitting technology” that he patented; and, from his research, the hydrogen bomb was developed. Because of exposure to extreme radiation, the people on the project began to die. Everett Storey himself was affected and, by the early 1950s, he had lost 30 kg in weight.
So, Storey worked on saving his own life and giving mankind something useful.
In 1956 he invented a deuterium-based product, which he called “Cell Food” or “Liquid Life”.
In the development of “Cell Food”, Storey used the work of Dr Harold Urey, who in 1932 had discovered deuterium (the only non-radioactive isotope of hydrogen). Storey’s research was subsequently kept secret because of his role in the hydrogen bomb and the development of rocket fuel for space exploration.
However, Storey spent most of his life researching deuterium’s incredible health benefits, which kept him alive until his death at the age of 74 in 1988.