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Energy-enhancing fibers: You wear it well

Advanced Textiles, Products | February 1, 2012 | By:

What if clothes or bedding improved oxygen levels in the body, stimulated healing, improved athletic performance, balanced body temperature or improved the quality of sleep? Fibers, yarns and fabrics containing Celliant®, a patented technology developed by Hologenix LLC, Newport Beach, Calif., may help users recycle their own electromagnetic energy. Five clinical trials back up the company’s claims. The unique technology incorporates 13 optically responsive minerals, embedded into the core of the fibers, which modify visible and infrared light. These fibers can be knit or woven into fabrics and, when worn or placed near the body, oxygen levels are increased. Celliant absorbs and stores energy emissions from the human body and re-emits them back into muscle tissues. The technology is already incorporated into apparel by Adidas, Reebok, Saucony and Asics; bedding by Serta, Fabrictech, Ironman and Ambient; and veterinary products by Draper, Equipedic and Soar Pet Products.

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