If you are like everyone on this planet, you have undoubtedly been affected by disease in one way or another. Either you have suffered from disease yourself or someone you care about is (or has been) a victim of a devastating disease or maybe even died from it.
One out of every 3 adults in America already has cancer but most of them don’t know it yet because the cancer is undiagnosed and undetected.
Information from the American Cancer Society.
According to the American Cancer Society, there’s a 41% probability that an individual, male or female, will develop cancer in his or her lifetime (or die from it).
Is the amount of oxygen we take in a key factor?
Two-time Nobel Prize-winning doctor, Otto Warburg, shocked the world when he revealed that most disease is caused by insufficient levels of oxygen in the body. In fact, his studies showed that if you deprive a cell 35% of its required levels of oxygen for 48 hours, the cell is likely to become cancerous.
Additionally, every human being has cancer cells existing in the body which are just seeking a low-oxygen environment where they can multiply into the full-blown disease. That’s why cancer is so widespread in our modern society, because most people suffer from oxygen deprivation.
Are there to many toxins in our food?
Current medical research, for instance, is focused on the wrong causes of disease. Some claim that viruses, microbes, germs or harmful bacteria are the cause of cancer and other diseases. Others say it is the toxins in the food we eat, the air we breathe and the substances we consume. And still others say it’s our genes or stress that causes us to acquire disease.
So what causes the disease?
While all of these factors do characterize most diseases, or might be precursors or by products of disease, they do not cause disease. Rather, they bring about a condition in the body (oxygen deficiency) that, in turn, causes disease.
Clearly, the primary physical cause of all diseases is linked in one way or another to oxygen deficiency and when the human body is supplied with abundant amounts of oxygen, all cancer cells, viruses, harmful bacteria, toxins, pathogens and disease micro organisms are killed because they cannot survive in a high-oxygen environment.
Since an oxygen-rich body is uninhabitable by disease, then the solution for eradicating disease seems simple enough, doesn’t it? Just supply the body with an abundant supply of oxygen, right? Wrong! It’s actually not as simple as that. Here’s why:
Oxygen cannot cure disease unless it is delivered to the cells and tissues of the body. Most humans are not able to get proper amounts of oxygen in their cells and tissues due partly to poor air quality, poor breathing habits and oxygen-depleting activities. More importantly, the human body is not always able to deliver oxygen to the cells and tissues.
In order for oxygen to eradicate disease, it must be delivered not just to the lungs and not just to the bloodstream but to the cells and tissues of the body. That’s why other oxygen-based therapies such as oxygenated water, oxygen-rich foods or supplements, or treatments that release oxygen into the bloodstream are not always effective in treating disease. While they may supply the body with oxygen, they don’t always have an efficient mechanism for breaking the oxygen free from the haemoglobin molecule, which means the oxygen is not delivered to the cells and tissues. Such oxygen-based therapies, therefore, are seldom effective in preventing and curing disease.
I am sure that we would be prepared to give everything, to ensure that we and our loved ones would never need to suffer or die from so-called “incurable” diseases that are actually curable?
This is truly a fact that has been purposely neglected for over 50 years.