the most vital element required for human life and it is the key
to good health. We can survive without water for a week and go
without food for a month, but we can only live a few minutes without
oxygen. Oxygen is the life-giving, life-sustaining element. All
body activities require oxygen. Through oxidation, the body generates
heat and energy from its fuel, and disposes of wastes and microbes.
Our bodies are two-thirds water. Since the water in our bodies
is itself 8/9 oxygen by weight, we are therefore composed of nearly
The best way to optimize health is to oxygenate every cell in
our body. The more oxygen we have in our system, the more energy
we produce, and the more efficiently we can eliminate wastes.
Good health is dependent on the production, maintenance and flow
of energy, which is produced by the oxidation of sugar. Oxidation
is central to metabolism, circulation, respiration, digestion,
assimilation and elimination. Oxygen purifies the blood, keeping
it free of cellular waste buildup. Sufficient oxygen allows the
body to rebuild itself and maintain the immune system. The basic
requirements for each cell are sugar, amino acids, minerals, hormones,
enzymes and oxygen.
The Cause of Disease
The link between insufficient oxygen and disease has been firmly
established. Insufficient oxygen can result in anything from mild
fatigue to life-threatening disease.
Dr. Otto Warburg was awarded a Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1931
and again in 1944, the only person to win two Nobels in Medicine.
He said, "Cancer has only one prime cause. The prime cause of
cancer is the replacement of normal oxygen respiration of body
cells by an anerobic (oxygen-less) cell respiration."
Once the level of oxygen available to a cell drops below 40% of
normal, the cell is forced to switch to an inferior method of
energy production - fermentation. The cell then loses its governor
on replication. It produces ATP that is inferior in quantity and
quality, and its wastes are lactic acid and carbon monoxide. The
acidity surrounding it can be the trigger for T-cells to release
enzyme growth factors. Stimulated by EGF, the anerobic cell begins
to replicate wildly, a condition we call cancer. If a parasite
is involved in the area, the acidity is greater and the cancer
growth even more rapid.
Dr. Warburg pointed out that any substance that deprived a cell
of oxygen was a carcinogen, if the cell was not killed outright.
He stated in 1966 that it was useless to search out new carcinogens,
because the end result of each one was the same, cellular deprivation
of oxygen. He further stated that the incessant search for new
carcinogens was counter-productive because it obscured the prime
cause, lack of oxygen, and therefore prevented appropriate treatment.
"Man who say it
cannot be done should not interrupt man doing it."
- Chinese Proverb
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