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Oxygen and Cellular Nutrition

At Oxygen For Life SA, we believe so strongly in the health benefits of oxygen and cellular nutrition, we have developed our entire business on this.


Oxygen is the most important element for aerobic life, being 65% of the human body (p.31 ); essential for energizing and cleansing cells. Decreasing oxygen levels in our atmosphere (e.g. carbon dioxide levels have doubled during the past 200 years, and are increasing by 1% p.a . ) are resulting in serious environmental and health problems. Oxygen deficiency (anaerobic state) leads to abnormal accumulation of metabolic waste in our bodies, and disempowers our systems from combating harmful bacteria, viruses and pathogens. This can result in cellular mutation and disease, as reported by researchers:

Dr Otto Warburg (twice Nobel Prize Laureate): “The primary cause of cancer is the replacement of the respiration of oxygen (oxidation of sugar) in normal body cells, by fermentation of sugar (anaerobic cell respiration)”.
Dr Arthur Guyton: “All chronic pain, suffering and diseases are caused from a lack of oxygen at the cell levels”.  

Without adequate oxygen, a glucose molecule produces 2 molecules of ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate - fuel for the cells); however, with adequate oxygen saturation, a glucose molecule produces 36 molecules of ATP. (p. 78 )

Therefore, by ensuring that your body is adequately saturated with oxygen at cell level (on a continuous basis), your body can:
• generate adequate cellular energy to maintain a healthy quality of life; and
• effectively oxidize and eliminate metabolic waste and environmental toxins from its systems;

Oxygen is the most important food for cells (  )

CELLULAR NUTRITION – Absorption and Assimilation of Food

Today, there is overwhelming evidence that proper nutrition can make a significant difference to the quality of your life. Unfortunately, growing mineral deficiencies in our soils are depleting many fruits and vegetables of essential nutrients. (E.g. In USA, decreases between 1963 – 1992: calcium: -27.03%; iron: - 28.57%; magnesium: -34.78%; potassium: -5.28% )

In dealing with this problem, many people are turning to well-formulated and researched nutritional supplements to provide them with daily needed cellular nutrition - oxygen, hydrogen, minerals, vitamins, enzymes and amino acids.

However, Dr Todd Ovokaitys, M.D., says: “It is not the nutrients you ingest that improve your condition; it is only the nutrients that are assimilated into your cells where they can be used, that can transform your life”.

Adding to the struggle for sustainable health is the growing world health problem of malabsorption (accompanied by a host of “modern” digestive disorders) that is further weakening bodily systems in combating harmful elements that daily threaten our health and well-being (pp.766-767  ; & pp.499-502 ).

Cellfood® Products are formulated with Micro-Activation™ & Electroculture™ technologies - colloidal nutrients (minute particle sizes) are induced with bio-electrical charges (ionic and vortex energy), resulting in an effective cellular delivery system. As you take the product, about 95% of nutrients are absorbed through mucous membranes of mouth, throat and oesophagus - directly into bloodstream; and assimilated at cell level - where they are needed. (, & pp.4 & 394 ). Preliminary studies in Dark Field Microscopy demonstrate these high absorption and assimilation levels of nutrients, that can greatly improve the quality of your life.

  David Shier, et al., “Hole’s Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology”, 8th Edition, McGraw Hill, N.Y., 2003.
  Dr Lawrence Mysak, PhD., “Learning from Polar Ice Core Research”, Environmental Science & Technology, Vol.33, Issue 7,
April 1999. pp. 160A-163A. (
 Dr Otto Warburg, M.D., “The Oxygen-transferring Ferment of Respiration”, Lecture at Nobel Prize Award, 10 Dec 1931; and
Dr Otto Warburg, M.D., “The Prime Cause and Prevention of Cancer”, Lecture to Nobel Laureates, Lindau Germany, 30 June 1966.
  Dr Arthur C. Guyton, M.D. & Dr. John E. Hall, PhD., “Textbook of Medical Physiology”, 10th Edition, W B Saunders Co., Pennsylvania, 2002.
  Patrick Holford, “The Optimum Nutrition Bible”, Judy Piatkus Publishers, London, 1997. p.80.
  United States Department of Agriculture, 1963 & 1992 (conducted every 30 years).
  Dr Todd Ovokaitys, M.D., “Methylation Formula Study”, (unpublished study), Gematria Products Inc., San Diego, 2002.
  Dr James Balch, M.D., and Phyllis Balch, CNC, “Prescription for Nutritional Healing”, 2nd Edition, Avery Pub., New York, 1997.
“Physician’s Desk Reference”, 53rd Edition, Thomson PDR, Montvale, NJ, 1999. p.1666.

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