Introducing Aerobic O7
Aerobic 07 is a stabilised liquid oxygen product which we originally obtained at the persistent request of a regular customer. She claimed that it was more effective than Aerobic Oxygen which we already sold, and tasted better. Although this was her opinion, we are unable to confirm that it is better than Aerobic Oxygen, as they are basically very similar. But we can confirm that it has a pleasanter taste. Please note, it's main ingredient, sodium chlorite which is a molecule which contains oxygen is not the same as sodium chloride, which is table salt, and does not contain oxygen. Also, the amount of sodium consumed by taking Aerobic O7 is negligible, and will not make any appreciable difference to the sodium intake of anyone who has been recommended to be on a low sodium diet.
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The Importance of Oxygen
Oxygen is the most important element to sustain life on Earth! Without oxygen, life would cease to exist. The human body is an incredible machine. It is continually working to rid the body of foreign organisms. White blood cells within the body fight disease by blasting the damaged cell with a super-oxide that acts similar to nascent oxygen. This prompts the creation of new white blood cells to help with the fight. As new white blood cells are formed, the diseased cells are destroyed. Nascent oxygen, when taken in a supplement form (as in Aerobic O7) works in the same way. It can prompt the formation of white blood cells, which can help the body maintain good health.
What is Aerobic O7?
Aerobic O7 is a liquid solution of stabilised oxygen with buffers and electrolytes.
What is Stabilised Oxygen?
Stabilised oxygen is a non-technical term referring to a solution containing oxygen atoms which are stabilised with buffers so that the product can be bottled without the oxygen being released before it is needed. The result is a stable environment of oxygen which can be taken as a dietary supplement.
How does Aerobic O7 work?
When Aerobic O7 comes in contact with an acidic environment, such as natural stomach juices, it releases single atoms of oxygen.
Aerobic O7 is highly recommended in the book, "Prescription for Nutritional Healing" By James F. Balch, MD & Phyllis A. Balch, CNC . This book is virtually the standard textbook for Nutritional Therapists throughout the English speaking world.
How to use Aerobic O7
Suggested Use: Best used on an empty stomach. One hour before a meal or 2 hours after a meal. Put 6-8 drops into an 8oz glass of water 2- 3 times per day. People with serious illnesses can gradually (over about one month) increase the dosage to about 3 times the general suggested useage.
De-ionized Water, Sodium Chlorite, Carbonates, Bicarbonates.
Aerobic 07 is a very similar to Aerobic Oxygen . We originally sourced it at the request of a trade customer who claimed it was better (see table below to compare the products). It's almost impossible to categorically say whether or not this is true as for everyone who insists one product is superior, we usually find somone else who says they prefer a different product.
||Pleasnter, less bleachy. Manufacturer claim tastes better because it's better made.
||A bit bleachy. Not terrible, but less pleasant than Aerobic 07.
||6-8 drops 3 X per day. *Why?
||20 drops 3 X per day. *Why?
||The oxygen carrier is sodium ions.
||The oxygen carrier is sodium ions
|More popular one
||Lower sales, but AO is better known, we advertise it more & have sold it for much longer.
||Higher sales but is better known, we advertise it more & have sold it for much longer
|Which has more Oxygen?
||Both products are claimed to contain 13,000ppm dissolved oxygen
||See left hand column
|Which one is better?
||Almost impossible to say as individual results vary.
||See left hand column
* Why are the recommend dosages so different?
The suppliers of Aerobic O7 claim that you don't need to take as much because their product is superior. We are sceptical of this claim, firstly because it is not proveable, secondly because they both contain the same amount of dissolved oxygen.
We think it is simply that they have different views on how much to take. With both products if you take too much, it will cause loose bowels, and if this occurs, we suggest reducing the dosage. With both products this tends to occur more easily with small / slim individuals than larger people but in our experience almost never occurs below 10 drops 3 x per day with any adult.
With both products, you should use common sense, and adjust the dosage to whatever you can tolerate without causing diarrhea. There really isn't much point in phoning us to talk about this, as we are only going to repeat what we have just written, but if you want to hear somebody repeat what you just read, you are obviously welcome to call us.
Use a bit of common sense to lower the dosage relative to their size and weight compared to an adult.
Vitamin C is a wonderful nutrient which we beleive is beneficial for pretty much 100% of people, but should not be consumed within two hours of taking an oxygen product. No harm will occur if you do, but some practitioners have contended that they could cancel each other out.