C. Louis Kervran have a very interesting hypothesis, which was derived from years of observation of molecular and atomic input into biological systems, and the consequential output. For example, if a plant or a dog has a certain intake of nitrogen, then according to mainstream chemical reactions, the about of nitrogen input should equal the amount of nitrogen output, even if the molecules change forms. 

As Dr. Kervran noted, however, the amount of nitrogen input into a biological system was considerably different from its output. Further, it was not just nitrogen, but also calcium, carbon, oxygen, silica, and numerous other atomic elements that are observed to have imbalances of their atomic elements.

In mainstream physics, it is widely believed that in order to change one atomic element to a different atomic element would require vast amounts of heat and pressure, as is imagined to exist in nuclear reactions of the Sun. Therefore, to mainstream physicists, it is impossible for biological systems to transmute nitrogen into carbon and oxygen,

14N212C + 16O

or to transmute nitrogen into silica,

14N228Si

and yet, these imbalances are repeatedly observed.

The observations that Dr. Kervran made are written about in a small booklet named Biological Transmutation, and the relevant text begins on page 17.

He further expresses the transmutation of potassium and hydrogen into calcium, and back again,

39K + 1H → 40Ca

40Ca → 39K + 1

also, magnesium and oxygen are hypothesized to transmute to calcium,

24Mg + 16O → 40Ca.

These elements, alone, are essential to many of the body's functions and structures. 

The implication here is that hormones within the body behave as living beings, which can take apart atoms and restructure them as needed within the body to build essential molecular structures, and to enable those structures to perform essential functions. 

The Aether Physics Model provides the geometry and mechanics of individual Aether units. The Aether units are the quantum rotating magnetic fields that make up all the space in the physical Universe. The Aether further provides the base structure for constructing subatomic particles, of which the electron and proton make up the entire physical Universe of normal matter. The electrons bind together to produce neutrons, and the neutrons and protons bind together, along with electrons, to produce atoms. 

The structures of the atoms are built according to a pattern of "shells" or "layers." As each quantum rotating magnetic field binds to another, they must do so according to the geometry and forces proscribed by the structure and forces of the Aether. The innermost layer holds two protons and two neutrons. The next layer holds six protons and six neutrons, for a total of eight protons and eight neutrons. As the addition of one more proton or one more neutrons occurs in an atom, each element, and its isotopes, exhibit structures and behaviors unique to every other element. 

Certain combinations of protons and neutrons within elements are more stable than other combinations. For example, helium is one of the most stable atoms. Various radioactive elements are the most unstable atoms. In the case of nitrogen, there are seven protons and seven neutrons, which is fairly unstable. To compensate for the innate instability of seven protons and neutrons, two nitrogen atoms bind together, and exists primarily as a gas while on the surface of the Earth. In the case of nitrogen, which is not the case for all other elements, nitrogen does not exist in nature as a single element, it must always at least be paired with another nitrogen atom.

The binding of nitrogen is very tight, but not too tight if it is twisted aparrt like an oreo cookie. Hormones withing the body are talented biological machines (or beings) that crack nitrogen molecules apart. But since nitrogen is too unstable to exist as two single nitrogen atoms, the nitrogen molecule is broken apart as a carbon atom and an oxygen atom, which also tends to pair strongly as carbon monoxide, but which is easier to manipulate in more standard chemical reactions. 

This is just one breakdown for a single biological transmutation. Other elements are also transmuted by hormones as needed by the body.