many years the health sciences faculty have been seeking to identify the primary
physical cause of all diseases, and the cure-all that this basic principal would
yield. Now both have been found, but their utter simplicity makes them difficult
to accept at first, since it seems like if it's that easy, we should have been
using them all along.
Most nutritional studies tend to get caught up in the small details of
biochemistry and overlook our most abundant and essential element, and the
fundamental role of oxygen depletion in causing illness. Of all the elements the
body needs, only oxygen is in such constant demand that its absence brings death
Under conditions of optimum health, oxygen is able to quickly destroy any
invading hostile organisms. When the body is oxygen-starved, it can't wipe out
invading pathogens, which can then get the upper hand and cause visible disease.
CAUSES OF OXYGEN DEPLETION
There are several common practices that drop a person's oxygen level far below
what it should really be;
At sea level, 20% of the atmosphere is supposed to be oxygen, but city air gets
down as low as 10%, due to smog and removal of trees. Air that tastes bad
induces a tendency to breathe shallowly, getting even less oxygen to the blood.
The carbon monoxide (CO) in smog does not normally occur in nature in high
quantities since it's formed by incomplete combustion of carbon compounds. It is
molecularly unbalanced, so it seeks to bond with any available oxygen to form
the more stable carbon dioxide (CO2). Those who breathe too much carbon monoxide
tend to die, fast or slowly depending on the concentration. It strips oxygen
molecules from the blood to form CO2, which the body can't use and must exhale,
at least until its oxygen runs out. The fact that the body considers CO2 a waste
product, by the way, doesn't say much for carbonated beverages.
Tap water is very low in oxygen, having no opportunity to be aerated during its
journey through the pipes, and being loaded down with chlorine and various
Since cooking drives the extra oxygen out of vegetables, if ones diet is mostly
cooked or processed foods, there's yet another oxygen source lost.
Lack of exercise. If you enjoy and are able to exercise, you have more oxygen
coursing through your veins; you are healthier.
Age. As we get older we generally become less active and our systems slow down
leading to decreased oxygen in our blood.
Oxygen debt and muscle fatigue. If we exercise our muscles strenuously for a
long time, muscle fatigue occurs. A muscle is fatigued when it is unable to
contract even though it is still being stimulated. Muscle fatigue is believed to
result from the oxygen debt that occurs during prolonged muscle activity. A
person is not able to take in oxygen fast enough to keep the muscles supplied
with all the oxygen they need when they are working vigorously. When muscles
lack oxygen, lactic acid begins to accumulate. Oxygen debt must be paid back in
order to facilitate a full recovery.
Blood is the carrier of oxygen.
It distributes oxygen to all parts of the body to fuel its systems, fires its
chemical reactions, interferes with free radical damage and rids the body of
toxic waste. Cells deprived of oxygen, in their battle for survival, may begin
to mutate into colonies of disease. Virus, fungi, and bacteria begin to grow,
further depleting physical energy. In time the immune system is compromised
allowing development of a debilitating disease. When oxygen levels are
increased, red blood cells pick up the extra oxygen and become energised, and
toxins are removed. The cells begin to function normally, anaerobic virus,
bacteria and fungi are stalled, and the body's chemical reactions are "fired-up"
due to the increased oxygen levels. You feel better, your body is healthier; and
you think more clearly - all because of increased oxygenation.
The simplest method available for restoring one's oxygen balance to a healthy
range is through hyper-oxygenation, which has been used by European physicians
for over a century. The therapy was developed in the United States primarily by
Charles H. Farr, M.D., P.H.D., of Oklahoma, a nominee for the 1993 Nobel prize
Nobel Prize winner Dr. Otto Warburg discovered in 1966 that the key precondition
for the development of cancer is a lack of oxygen at the cellular level. A
cancer cell needs 60% less oxygen than a normal healthy cell, and does very
poorly in the presence of excess oxygen.
Oxygen Recharge® hyper-oxygenation formula is released into the bloodstream from
the digestive tract where it is distributed throughout the body by red blood
Essential absorption of vitamins and minerals.
Crucial conversion of foodstuff such as carbohydrates, fats and proteins.
Promotion of a healthy immune system.
Increased energy levels and improved physical performance and endurance.
Reduced muscle fatigue due to oxygen debt.
Improved alertness, concentration and vitality.
Increased blood flow to the skin, reducing skin blemishes such as acne and
Additionally, Oxygen Recharge® has anti-fungal, antibacterial and virucidal
properties and will be beneficial to anyone needing an extra boost including
those recovering from illness.
Contains a full spectrum of 74
ionic minerals and trace elements as follows;
Magnesium, Chloride, Potassium,
Sodium, Sulfate, Lithium, Boron, Calcium, Fluoride, Silicon, Nitrogen, Selenium,
Phosphorus, Iodine, Chromium, Iron, Manganese, Titanium, Rubidium, Cobalt,
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Germanium, Scandium, Vanadium, Tellurium, Barium, Tin, Lanthanum, Yttrium,
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Hafnium, Samarium, Terbium, Europium, Gadolinium, Dysprosium, Thorium, Holmium,
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