Liquid Life Oxygen        Can't Live Without It!

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Why Liquid Life Oxygen?

Our environment is oxygen deficient. Air and water pollution, stress, highly processed foods, antibiotics and anaesthetics rob oxygen from your body by causing a build up of carbon monoxide (CO). Oxygen normally passing through the lungs is received by the hemoglobin in the blood and carried to its destination in the body.


People who give that erroneous advice "just breathe more" don't understand is the fact that carbon monoxide, so prevalent in city air has a 200 times greater affinity to the hemoglobin in our blood than the oxygen molecule. Once the hemoglobin has the carbon monoxide molecule attached it does not release the monoxide as it travels back to the lungs, in fact it is prevented from releasing the carbon monoxide until it encounters a oxygen singlet thus transforming the carbon monoxide into carbon di-oxide which then can be released in the lung enabling the uptake of oxygen.

The mode of action of the uniquely formulated Liquid Life product is as follows:

Once ingested the oxygen molecules are split into single oxygen molecules by the blood enzyme catalase . Oxygen singlets cannot stay on " their own" and need to combine with other types of oxygen molecules such as the carbon monoxide which then is transformed into carbon di-oxide.


Fact: after taking carbon monoxide in the blood is removed and oxygenates the body's 6 trillion cells, enhances energy, boosts the immune system, helps normalize Ph levels, increases cellular respiration, balances the body metabolism, delivers nutrients in an ionic form, boosts bioavailability of other nutrients..

To sum, up if carbon monoxide is blocking the heamoglobin it doesnt matter how much you breathe !


Are you an athlete looking for increased physical agility, strength and stamina..
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Each strenuous physical training produces lactic acid, which is also called the acid of fatigue and sore muscles or acidosis.  This lactic acid accumulates in the tissues and causes many problems such muscular fatigue, joint pain, stiffness, slower recovery from injury or exertion. That murders your progress and results.


The toxins produced in an oxygen deprived cellular environment reduce the absorption of proteins and minerals, which in turn weakens the body’s ability to produce enzymes and hormones necessary for your body to operate at its peak level. As a result, you’ll be pounded with stress, fatigue, lack of stamina, poor endurance, and general weakness.


Mental Exhaustion and Burnout...


Your brain represents only about 2 percent of the weight of an average adult but it uses over 20 percent of the body’s oxygen supply! 


If you’re engaged in complex mental tasks and intellectual pursuits, your brain’s supply of oxygen will be depleted much more rapidly than the average individual.


If you don’t replenish the supply of oxygen to the brain, on a regular basis, you’ll soon experience mental fatigue, stress and burnout.


Corporations turn to Oxygen. 


Corporations and business providing oxygen to their staff are experiencing noticeable increases in productivity, creativeness, alertness and individual happiness. 


  If you often experience mental exhaustion or burnout – The chances are that your body, and particularly your brain, needs more oxygen!


Health Issues.


Prolonged stress creates chronic muscle tension.


A result this tension causes muscles to lose their suppleness and elasticity, which slows down the action of the diaphragm and lungs. It’s a chain-reaction that causes the lungs to become less flexible and efficient at their ability to exchange carbon dioxide for oxygen.


Stress, also causes your breathing to become rapid and shallow, which decreases the oxygen available to the muscles and internal organs, and performance and health begin to suffer as a result.


Dr. John Muntz, Nutritional Scientist: "Starved of oxygen the body will become ill, and if this persists it will die, I doubt if there is an argument about that."




Cancer Thrives in Oxygen Starved Cells


Infectious microorganisms can’t survive in a slightly alkaline and well oxygenated cellular environment. But listen to this...

You’re probably exposed to environmental pollutants and toxins on a DAILY basis – like pesticides, heavy metals, smog, out-gassed toxins from indoor carpets and furniture.


All those chemicals and pollutants rob your body of the needed oxygen. When the oxygen saturation of blood falls, conditions then become ripe for the creation of viruses, infections, diseases and even cancer.


People with various degenerative diseases are often found to have low venous oxygen saturation.  Once the venous oxygen saturation level rises, their health and vitality improve dramatically.


Biochemist Dr. Otto Warburg, who was awarded the Nobel prize regarding his cancer research, was convinced that cancer cells can only begin to proliferate in the human body when the cells become oxygen deficient and that cancer cells cannot proliferate at all when exposed to an oxygen-rich environment.


Dr. Otto Warburg believed that there is a direct correlation between a person’s health and the level of oxygen in his or her bloodstream being a direct consequence of an highly acidic ph environment.



Dr. Warburg was director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for cell physiology at Berlin. He investigated the metabolism of tumors and the respiration of cells, particularly cancer cells. Below are some direct quotes by Dr. Warburg during medical lectures where he was the keynote speaker: “Cancerous tissues are acidic, whereas healthy tissues are alkaline. Water splits into H+ and OH- ions, if there is an excess of H+, it is acidic; if there is an excess of OH- ions, then it is alkaline.”

An Acid ph is Oxygen Starved. The malignant tumors take in glucose just like normal cells.  But the malignant tumors ferment, regardless of whether or not oxygen is present  leading to the production of lactic acid.  Meaning that the pH, potential hydrogen, in the body is below the normal level of 7.365, which constitutes an “acidic” state. Warburg investigated the metabolism of tumors and the respiration of cells and discovered that cancer cells maintain and thrive in a lower pH, as low as 6.0, due to lactic acid production and elevated CO2.


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An Acid ph environment is associated with toxins within both the body and subconsciousis memory. This environment is manifested by stress, worry, the holding of resentment or unforgiveness, environmental polution, lack of exersise and the consumption of chemicaly toxic and dead processed food. These are all contributing factors to the body being acid the cells being starved of oxygen and essential life force.


Dr. Harry Goldblatt, Journal of Experimental Medicine, said: “Lack of oxygen clearly plays a major role in causing cells to become cancerous.”


The development of a shortage of oxygen in the blood could very well be the starting point for the loss of the immune system and the beginning of feared health problems such as cancer, leukemia, AIDS, seizures, nerve deterioration, and other degenerative diseases.


Click here to read more about - Oxygen and Cancer Free Cells.


Obesity Hypo Ventilation Syndrome


Obesity hypo ventilation syndrome (also known as Pickwickian syndrome) is a condition in which severely overweight people fail to breathe rapidly enough or deeply enough, resulting in low blood oxygen levels and high blood carbon dioxide (CO2) levels. Many people with this condition also frequently stop breathing altogether for short periods of time during sleep (obstructive sleep apnea), resulting in many partial awakenings during the night, which leads to continual sleepiness during the day.[1]


The disease puts strain on the heart, which eventually may lead to the symptoms of heart failure, such as leg swelling and various other related symptoms. The most effective treatment is weight loss, but it is often possible to relieve the symptoms by nocturnal ventilation with positive airway pressure (CPAP) or related methods.[1][2]


Obesity hypoventilation syndrome is defined as the combination of obesity (body mass indexabove 30 kg/m2), hypoxia (falling oxygen levels in blood) during sleep, and hypercapnia(increased blood carbon dioxide levels) during the day, resulting from hypoventilation(excessively slow or shallow breathing).[2][3]


The disease has been known since the 1950s, initially as "Pickwickian syndrome" in reference to a Dickensian character but currently under a more descriptive name.[2]

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