On this episode of HealthMade Radio Dr. Michael Karlfeldt interviews David Schmidt, CEO, and Founder of LifeWave, a wellness company focused on non-pharmaceutical approaches to helping customers improve their quality of life. The longtime inventor has an extensive history of working in business and development. Through his work on the Double Helix Conductor, Schmidt theorized that phototherapy could be used as a means for activating a person’s own stem cells and returning them to a more youthful state. From this kernel of an idea, after ten years of research into the concept, his company created the X39 patch. When applied to a user’s skin, the patch works to stimulate stem cell activity and produce an extensive number of wellness benefits to help combat aging, improve recovery after physical exertion, and more.
In this fascinating interview:
- Find out how this fascinating technology doesn’t use stimulates but instead utilizes Light and Patterns to trigger a light frequency to activate our systems
- Learn the basics of the beneficial orthomolecular organic compounds used to stimulate the body’s systems
- Discover how weight loss can be supported using combined principals of ancient Chinese Medicine to regulate the appetite through mild stimulation of points normally associated with the proper functioning of the Stomach, Spleen, and Kidneys with modern phototherapeutic technology
- Listen to the discussion of the importance of stem cells
- Learn some basic biology surrounding cell energy which is critical for healing, detoxing
- Discover how phototherapy is being used to boost cellular regenerative activity creating an anti-aging effect
More About David Schmidt
David Schmidt is the inventor of LifeWave technology and founder and CEO of LifeWave. A fan of Thomas Edison from an early age, Schmidt was always interested in a career that would allow him to use his talent for innovation in a manner that could help others. His experience in business and product development spans over 30 years and includes a formal education in Management Information Systems and Biology at Pace University in Pleasantville, NY. David then went on to pursue several entrepreneurial endeavors and, as a result, owned successful companies involved in manufacturing and product development.
David’s experience in business and product development spans over 30 years and includes a formal education in Management Information Systems and Biology at Pace University in Pleasantville, NY. David then went on to pursue several entrepreneurial endeavors and, as a result, owned successful companies involved in manufacturing and product development. One of these companies, Advanced Applications Group, is a research and development center that specializes in energy production technologies for both military and commercial applications. During his time with AAG, David developed new methods for producing hydrogen and oxygen, designed and prototyped multi-fueled, bladeless-turbine power generation systems, and constructed metal-combustion rocket engines.
As a result of his innovations, David was presented with an honorary doctorate by Dr. Alexander Marinaccio of the International Hall of Fame of Inventors. In addition, as a result of work performed in the design of emergency Oxygen systems for General Dynamics and the U.S. Navy, David was invited to participate in the Navy’s next-generation mini-sub program.
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To learn more about this revolutionary technology, go to https://lifewave.com/tkc.