About 90% of the body’s energy is created using
oxygen -One of the main
ingredients of Cellular
levels in our air were 32%. Some cities are now as low as 10-15% -The
world’soxygenis produced from 2 main sources:
√The sun shining on new forest growth
√Sunlight on ocean plankton -The clear-cutting of the
rain-forest and ocean pollution has seriously depleted our oxygen supply.
♦We are 60%
oxygen(2/3 of our body is composed
of water, which is 8/9ths oxygen) -and of all the elements the body needs, only
oxygen is in such constant demand that
its absence brings death in minutes.
♦The importance ofOXYGENis
in its ability toOXIDIZE
substances -Mildly reactiveOXYGENbegins anOXIDATIONprocess(a series of chemical reactions), which produces a whole family of its
much more reactive offspring, called"Active" Oxygen
orReactive Oxygen Species(ROS).TheseROStake part in extremely
reactions, to control various functions in the body.
hundreds of essential tasks in the body, such as in circulation, respiration and
digestion, but the focus here is onoxygen’s
and invading microbes
♦ROS“Burn” our food to
produce cellular energy -One of the crucial uses of
the energy produced is to maintain our protective immune system.
attracted toNatural Essential Fats (Omega-3andOmega-6)in
cell membranes –
natural, undamaged polyunsaturated fats are in short supply in today’s diet, but
when consumed they become constituents of cell walls. The many double-carbon
bonds in natural, undamaged polyunsaturated fats contain inherent clouds of
electrons, which attract oxygen to the cells.
This is why
Omega-3-rich linseed oil (aka. flax oil) was used prior to petroleum
based paints – it attracted oxygen by
providing many oxidation sites.The
electron cloud vibrations can also be increased by a resonant effect in the
presence of sunshine (sun energy), thereby attracting even more
oxygen to the cells.
available, Cells Change from EFFICIENT
Metabolism to INEFFICIENT Glucose
Fermentation -When surroundingoxygenlevels drop to 40% of normal healthy
levels, cells start producing energy inefficiently by fermenting glucose, a
process which does not needoxygen.
♦Cells become cancerous when they change from
aerobic respiration to anaerobic fermentation to produce energy –Over
50 years ago, Dr. Otto Warburg won the Nobel Prize for establishing that
the current diseases plaguing mankind
are associated with poor oxygen
transportation to cells.
In particular, he determined that a deficiency of
oxygen will result in a cell becoming cancerous i.e.
a cancer cell is an aerobic cell turned anaerobic. Fermenting
cells consume large amounts of glucose to produce only enough energy to be able
to survive and reproduce.(An
increasingly popular theory correlates cancer with microbes and a low
oxygen environment. Many micro-organisms
thrive in an acidic, low-oxygen environment.
The theory is that a certain cancer microbe develops in low-oxygen conditions, and then “hijacks” a weakened cell and
commandeers its glucose supply. The microbe’s acidic waste excreted into the
cell’s cytoplasm would also diminish the oxygen
supply to the cell’s energy-making mitochondria, which require sources of both
oxygen and glucose to produce energy
♦Glucose Fermentation Produces Lactic Acid and
mostly Carbon Monoxide – Production of excessive lactic acid and
carbon monoxide (instead of easily disposable carbon dioxide) has detrimental
-Cancer Growth Rate
Increases –Acidity surrounding cells can trigger T-cells to release
Enzyme Growth Factors (EGFs). Stimulated by EGFs, the anaerobic cell begins to
-Toxic Buildup – An
increase in carbon monoxide, which is absorbed by hemoglobin many times better
ties up and so prevents, hemoglobin from picking up fresh
oxygen. Toxins, normally “burnt up” by oxidation, will
build up in the blood, lymph, organs and body fat;
-Diminished Nerve Function
lactic acid in the system will clog the nerve pathways, eventually causing
calcification and degeneration;
-Cancer cells devitalize surrounding
cells – toxic, acidic products of cancer cells affect normal
functioning of surrounding cells, promoting their shift from respiratory to
fermentative mechanisms.The extent
of damage depends on the health of the surrounding cells.
Enable the blood to be purified -of cellular waste, microbes and toxins, clearing the way for greaterOXYGENdelivery to the cells, to be used forcellular ENERGYproduction.
Oxygencombines with waste and toxins,
so they can be
carried out of the body
The majority of parasites use
anaerobic metabolisms when inhabiting a host. Anaerobic bacteria, which don’t
need oxygen to survive, are beneficial in
healthy intestines to break down waste matter. However, if they take up
residence in other locations, as loweroxygen
levels make it more habitable for them, they can cause disease. "At
home" in low-leveloxygenlocations, they excrete toxins, create various uncomfortable symptoms,
and also cause you to be under-nourished as they "eat" your food! Allowed to
accumulate in the bloodstream, these “invaders” can cause damage to arteries
with subsequent plaque build-up, which obstructs delivery of nutrients and
oxygen for cellular energy production, and
even more crucial, blocks blood flow to the heart.
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