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How to oxygenate the blood

How to oxygenate the blood

Take Baking Soda
Perhaps the first medicinal use of baking soda was written in 1924 by Arm & Hammer to treat and prevent colds and flu. They found that people who consumed baking soda in water prevented the flu and colds. Those who already had a flu or cold could take baking soda in water and their symptoms would dissipate. It is also recommended for reducing cravings for sweets or cigarettes.

How to use Baking soda: 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda added to 1/2 glass of purified or filtered water (not tap water). This is taken once in the morning and once before bedtime. To measure your pH, get some pH strips to measure your saliva. Take the above formula as many times each day as needed to bring your saliva pH up to at least 7.4.

Take CoQ10 (Ubiquinone)
Used by every cell in your body, it aids mitochondria during energy production. Aside from naturally protecting you from free radicals, it helps produce more energy for your cells, supports heart health, immune system, nervous system, and anti-aging. Diseases associated with low CoQ10 levels include Fibromyalgia, Post-myocardial infarction, Depression, Prader-Willi syndrome, male infertility, Peyronie’s disease, Migraines, and Parkinson’s. People under 25 can produce it, however, when you get older, you may need to take a CoQ10 supplement.

Take a few drops of chlorophyll (or a tsp. of BarleyMax)
Chlorophyll strengthens the blood-producing organs, prevents anemia and gives the body an abundance of oxygen. Loaded with antioxidant power, chlorophyll exerts beneficial effects against cancer, insomnia, dental ailments, sinusitis, pancreatitis and kidney stones. Chlorophyll has anti-aging and anti-microbial properties and helps strengthen the immune system. Choose foods rich in chlorophyll such as dark green leafy foods like spinach, broccoli, kale, mustard greens, spirulina, chlorella, barley grass, and blue-green algae. Juice them for optimal results.

Try Vitamin B-12 and Folate
If your diet lacks folate or vitamin B-12, eating foods rich in these nutrients might boost your blood oxygen levels. Folate, also called vitamin B-9, helps your body make red blood cells — the iron-rich cells that carry oxygen in your blood. Vitamin B-12 helps you make hemoglobin, the protein that contains oxygen-carrying iron. Boost your folate intake by including citrus fruits and dark leafy greens in your diet. You can get more vitamin B-12 through supplementation.

Check Your Vitamin A,which is critical to produce oxygen-carrying red blood cells.
Your body constantly pumps out new red blood cells to replace old, damaged ones. If you’re deficient in vitamin A, getting more of it can boost your blood hemoglobin levels, so that blood cells can carry more oxygen. Sources of Vitamin A include red and orange produce such as sweet potatoes, carrots, mangoes, pumpkin, butternut squash, and leafy greens such as kale.

Intermittent Fasting Improves Cellular & Mitochondrial Function
Mitochondrial dysfunction is at the core of virtually all diseases. It is not only important WHAT you eat. But WHEN and HOW OFTEN you eat are of key importance. You can optimize your mitochondrial health by eating real food, avoiding food at least 3 hours before bedtime, and practicing intermittent fasting. Fasting shifts your body from using glucose as its primary fuel to burning fat as fuel, which benefits your health way beyond weight loss.
IN my new keto edge coming Jan 22nd I give the option to add this in. I have found amazing success with intermittent fasting.
Efficient fat burning promotes health. Fat is a far cleaner burning fuel than carbohydrates and generates far less free radicals. Glucose is an inherently “dirty” fuel as it generates far more reactive oxygen species (ROS) than fat. A great deal of research is available on intermittent fasting, sometimes called TRF (Time Restricted Feeding) which promotes eating in a narrow window of time, typically 6-8 hours every day. Healthy cells can burn fat. Cancer cells cannot. Therefore, a healthy diet that is timed well, appears to be an effective health strategy.

Get a Massage
Massage increases circulation which carries more oxygen to the individual cells of the body. Massage enhances all essential body processes by opening the passageways of liquid and energy movement within the body. It improves circulation of nerves, blood, and lymph, which provide nourishment and remove toxins.

Take Alpha-Lipoic Acid (ALA)
Aside from its free radical scavenging abilities, ALA is a powerful antioxidant that can modify gene expression to reduce inflammation. It is a potent heavy metal chelator, and the only antioxidant that can be easily transported into your brain, which offers numerous benefits for people with brain diseases, like Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease. ALA can also regenerate other antioxidants, such as vitamins C and E and glutathione, so that if your body has used up these antioxidants, ALA can help regenerate them.

Laugh!
Laughing increases oxygen levels in your body at both the cellular and organ level. When you laugh, you take in vast amounts of oxygen in huge gulps, in a sort of temporary hyperventilation session. And higher oxygen levels aren’t the only benefit you’ll feel. Laughing massages the organs and improves digestion. Laughter moves lymph fluids in your body by the contractions of laughing, which boosts your immune system function and helps clear out old, waste products from your cells. Cancer cells can’t live in the presence of oxygen. Circulating more oxygen through your body can help prevent or clear many diseases. Lol!

Hope this helps you
Make sure to check out my meal plans
Keto Edge is coming Jan 22nd

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