Genius. That is how Albert Einstein referred to him. In fact, that genius was Everett Lafayette Storey, inventor of the technology used to develop the triggering mechanism enabling the Hydrogen Bomb to exist. Storey, twice Nobel Laureate, was a physical chemist, microbiologist, publisher, and author. And while Storey has been credited with many discoveries, his favorite achievement was designing a substance to heal the body and restore the environment; CELLFOOD®. Storey was an expert in the little-known uses of Deuterium, the only non-radioactive isotope of Hydrogen, DI-Polar DI-Base technology, as well as heavy water and atomic binding-force technology. From this, he created CELLFOOD® (Deuterium Silfate), a product he claimed was the key to any disease treatment in the world. Everett L. Storey's formula has the unique ability to dissociate the water molecule into nascent Hydrogen and nascent Oxygen. This splitting of the water molecule results in the release of nascent Hydrogen and Oxygen gases simultaneously in a chain reaction that only involves about one five-hundred thousandth of the available moisture in the body at one time. This results in an additional source of Oxygen. Genius.

In 1985, one year after the passing of Everett L. Storey, the United States Congress passed the DEUTERIUM FREEDOM ACT OF 1985, in which Storey was recognized for his amazing work and the development of CELLFOOD®. Line 25 of the ACT states: "because of Deuterium's facility to speed up the digestive process, it will aid in patients getting 'more mileage' out of the food they consume; and at the same time, reduce the toxicity in the blood stream. Deutrosulfazyme is a systemic normalizer. No wonder it is called Liquid Life as well as CELLFOOD®.

In 1995, after a change in legislation, CELLFOOD® was classified as a nutritional supplement and not as a drug or patented medicine.