Copyright 2005 Judy Thompson
There is not as much oxygen in our environment today as there was hundreds of years ago. At one time 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 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: vCirculation problems vMemory loss vIrrational behavior vIrritability vPoor Digestion vMuscle aches & pains vLung problems vDizziness vDepression vBody weakness vAnd list goes on
The body needs Adequate Oxygen for: vEnergy vDigestion vRemoving toxins vFueling muscles vMetabolizing fat & carbohydrates vMaintaining a healthy immune system vRemoving viruses, parasites, and bacteria vKeeping heart pumping & healthy vHelping lungs to breathe vAnd list goes on