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Oxygen Facts

FACTS ABOUT OXYGEN

Less than 200 years ago the earth’s atmosphere comprised of 40% oxygen; today we breathe only 21%.

​Lack of oxygen in our universe is due to pollution, burning of fossil fuels and overall destruction of the ozone layer.

Every day we breathe 20,000 times.

The brain, which makes up 2% of our total mass, and requires 20% of the body’s oxygen needs.

Research has demonstrated that our vital lung capacity decreases 5% with every decade of life. This lung elasticity means less oxygen.

Blood is the liquid carrier of oxygen that fuels all systems, stimulates chemical reactions and cleans itself of wastes and toxins.

By mass, oxygen makes up 90% of the water molecule; water makes up 65%-75% of the human body.

Almost all cancerous beginnings are due to lack of cell oxygenation.

Cancer attacks every organ in our body, except the heart because of its abnormal supply of oxygen.

When we don’t get enough oxygen our bodies react. We get sluggish, irritable and have trouble concentrating. Unfortunately, we reduce the amount of oxygen going into our bodies just by living our day to day lives. Our diet, stress, chlorinated tap water and even aging reduces the amount of oxygen in our bodies. Alarmingly, medical research has indicated that oxygen deficiency is probably the greatest cause of degenerative diseases like cancer and diabetes. Increasing the quality and amount of oxygen in your life could be the smartest decision you’ll ever make.

This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or illness. Persons with any medical condition such as a lung disorder, asthma, emphysema or pregnancy should consult their physician prior to use of recreational oxygen.​

 

“…oxygen plays a dual role in maintaining a pure environment essential to our well-being and secondly, provides the energy to our cells that is so vitally necessary for proper metabolism.” -Brian Goulet, Alive-Canadian Journal of Health and Nutrition

“Oxygen plays a pivotal role in the proper functioning of the immune system…the development of a shortage of oxygen in the blood could very well be the starting point for the loss of the immune system…” -Dr. Stephen Levine, Alive-Canadian Journal of Health and Nutrition

“Oxygen is absolutely essential for healthy cells, and it acts against toxins in the body. Many pathogens are anaerobic, meaning they thrive in a low oxygen environment.” -Otto Warburg, The Prime Cause and Prevention of Cancer