Although physical food is the most commonly accepted way that humans get their food, a comparison of the frequency spectrum and the various physical and non-physical materials indicates that physical food may be an energy intensive way to obtain the energy molecules and cells need for survival and generation.  Although physical food is helpful and for the time being necessary for human survival, frequency’s that vibrate closer to the frequencies of atoms, molecules and cells may be more readily available for incorporation into the body as a food.  The mode of incorporation is theorized to be a stepping up or a stepping down in frequency in order to meet the frequency of the cell, etc.  ‘Non-physical” food is thought to enter the body through the subtle body structure, and eventually reaches the physical body through energetic pathways.  Exposure to environmental toxins may reduce the ability of the human body to incorporate non-physical frequencies into the body as food.