How Does NutriO2 Work?
Oxygen is very important to the human body because it is intimately involved in many biological and chemical processes within.
It is an element abundant in nature and is usually sufficient for the human body to absorb from the environment. However, with the increasing rates of pollution in our cities, our oxygen absorption is being drastically reduced.
Oxygen plays such a critical part in our health and overall well-being that in order to improve health, a growing number of researchers are calling for the optimal presence of oxygen in our body in order to function as its best.
And here are some comments by experts on the fundamental importance of oxygen:
“Starved of oxygen, the body will become ill, and if it persists, it will die. I doubt if there is any argument about that.”Dr. John Muntz, M.D., Internally Recognized Nutritional Scientist
“Cancer has only one prime cause. It is the replacement of normal oxygen respiration of the body’s cells by an anaerobic (i.e. oxygen-deficient) cell respiration.”Dr. Otto Warburg, Two-time Nobel Laureate, Winner of the Nobel Prize for Cancer Research
“Oxygen can enhance self-esteem, self-reliance, decrease anxiety, relieve mild depression improve the efficiency of the heart; improve muscular strength, flexibility; can lower the risk of cardiovascular disease (1.5 times) and sudden death.”Joseph E. Mario, Anti-Aging Manual, The Encyclopedia of Natural Health
And that is where NutriO2 comes in.
With the high concentration of bio-available oxygen present in NutriO2, the oxygen is absorbed by our body to facilitate the assimilation and utilization of compounds such as amino acids, carbohydrates, proteins and vitamins.
This contributes to efficient production of energy which is responsible for every little, but absolutely vital, function of our body.
In a nutshell, ff there is no adequate supply of oxygen, our body ceases to function.
A Universal Biocide
Aerobes are microorganisms which require the presence of oxygen to live and to reproduce.
Unlike them, anaerobic microorganisms do not possess the necessary enzymes to overcome oxygen. This means that the presence of oxygen destroy the integrity of these anaerobic microorganisms and cause their death.
Aerotolerant anaerobes do not require the presence of oxygen to survive. Furthermore they will not be destroyed even if oxygen is present.
Just as there are anaerobes which can tolerate oxygen, there will be strict anaerobes which cannot tolerate oxygen.
Lastly, there are the facultative anaerobes. These are microorganisms which prefer the presence of oxygen, but they may also grow in an anaerobic environment (using fermentation).
It is known that cell envelopes surrounding many pathogens, such as bacteria and microorganisms, are made of enzymes, lipids, polysaccharides and proteins.
Oxygen breaks the chemical bonds of the molecules which make up the cell wall, and it is thought that this is how bacterial cell death occurs by oxygen.
Oxygen replaces the hydrogen molecules of the enzymes and lipids etc. With this replacement, the entire structure of the bacterial molecule undergoes a radical change. Membrane permeability is disrupted and cell wall falls apart.
In addition, oxygen disrupts the metabolic activity of bacteria and interferes with protein production, and contributes to their death as well.
Can Oxygen Be Digested By The Body?
The digestive process first begins at the mouth. It then ends at the colon.
All the molecules and compounds present in the body’s fluid, including water and its dissolved gases and such, are in constant motion. This means that they are constantly moving across intermolecular and intercellular space.
Since water can move around so easily, it stands to reason that oxygen should too.
According to studies, yes it does!
Whether it is taken undiluted, or diluted in water, stabilized oxygen solutions enter digestive systems. From there, the bio-available oxygen is absorbed by the body.
In fact, oxygen is also lipid-soluble, and therefore can be absorbed into the body through the stomach lining or membrane.
Oxygen Reverses Aging
Why does aging happen?
Well, it is because the cells have a life cycle and they basically grow old and die.
Essentially, the skin takes in oxygen and releases carbon dioxide. Being the largest organ of the body, the skin takes up 5% of the breathing work that is to be done by the body.
This means that our skin needs an extra supply of oxygen in order to look its best, to stay young and healthy.
Overall, the skin loses about 30% of its oxygen capacity around the age of 30.
This increases to 60% by the age of 40.
Although our skin “renews” itself every 28 days, the cell production process noticeably slows down if there is an inadequate supply of oxygen.
With inadequate oxygen and aging skin, fine lines and wrinkles start creeping up in earnest.
The role of oxygen is all too important to the well-being of our skin, our body and our life.Watch How NutriO2 Works