Do you need to give your cells a boost?

In 1931, Dr. Otto Warburg won the Nobel Prize for Medicine based on his research on the importance of oxygen to cellular life. Today Dr. Warburg is still recognized as one of the premier experts on cellular metabolism and how and why healthy cells need oxygen to create energy. Dr. Warburg also conducted a lot of research on cancer and in 1956 he stated:

“Cancer cells originate from normal body cells in two phases.  The first phase is the irreversible injuring of respiration.  Just as there are many remote causes of plague – heat, insects, rats – but only one common cause, the plague bacillus, there are a great many remote causes of cancer – tar, rays, arsenic, pressure, urethane – but there is only one common cause into which all other causes of cancer merge, the irreversible injuring of respiration.”

When you don’t have enough available oxygen in your system, your cells adapt to live off of the fermentation of glucose – which is the dirtiest form of energy your cells can burn. It is nasty stuff and causes all kinds of problems.

You have 70-80 trillion cells in your body that need oxygen to function, to deal with inflammation, and to heal your wounds.  Have you ever thought about giving them a boost of oxygen?

If you’re like most people, you haven’t.

And that’s why we want to introduce you to O2 Drops, an exclusive bio-available form of dissolved oxygen combined with the minerals that your body needs the most.

The following video is probably going to change the way you think about oxygen forever.

15 years ago, while Terry Hendricks was dealing with cardiovascular disease, arthritis, and other health issues, he discovered that he was developing colon cancer. Let him tell you his story in his own words. Be sure to claim your free sample of O2 Drops so you can find out what O2 Drops can do for you.

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