Does Your Body Need More Oxygen?

Author: Parveen Kumar

There is not as much oxygen in our environment today as there was hundreds of years ago. At one time the oxygen level was at 38%, now it is at 21%, and in some cities, even as low as 18%. Thus in our present environment, we have only about half the oxygen that our bodies were designed to run on in order to be in good health.

Without adequate oxygen, our body fluids and blood can become dirty and toxic. Viruses, fungus, parasites, and unfriendly germs thrive in an environment that is low in oxygen, high in carbon dioxide, and high in acid or a low pH factor.


A Lack of Oxygen can cause:

  •  Circulation problems
  •  Memory loss
  •  Irrational behavior
  •  Irritability
  •  Poor Digestion
  •  Muscle aches & pains
  •  Lung problems
  •  Dizziness
  •  Depression
  •  Body weakness
  •  And the list goes on


The body needs Adequate Oxygen for:

  •  Energy
  •  Digestion
  •  Removing toxins
  •  Fueling the muscles
  •  Metabolizing fat & carbohydrates
  •  Maintaining a healthy immune system
  •  Removing viruses, parasites, and bacteria
  •  Keeping the heart pumping & healthy
  •  Helping the lungs to breathe
  •  And the list goes on


According to Dr. Otto Warburg, winner of the Nobel Prize for cancer research. “Cancer has only one prime cause. It is the replacement of normal oxygen respiration of the body’s cells by an anaerobic cell respiration.” Otherwise, there is not enough oxygen at the cellular level.


In addition, an insufficient supply of oxygen to the tissues, is a major cause of our worst diseases, including heart disease.


So what can you do to increase the oxygen level to your cells and provide your body with the oxygen it needs for optimum health? Here are six suggestions:

1. Get more physical exercise

2. Eat dark-colored berries

3. Eat plenty of green, leafy vegetables

4. Avoid trans fats

5. Take oxygen-enhancing products, such as Cellfood & other oxygen products.

6. Take food-based antioxidants, such as in wild blueberries.


Of course, if you are under a doctor’s care and taking prescription medicines, you would be wise to check with him or her before making any significant changes in diet or exercise.

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