Biologically Active Oxidative Therapy stimulates cell receptor sites in white blood cells, so that it can play a key role in stimulating the immune system.
Powering Up the Immune System
VIRUSES also can’t function well in a high oxygen environment. Biologically active oxygen in the bloodstream causes lipid peroxidation, which seems to help in the reduction of serum cholesterol and triglycerides, so maybe helpful for cardiovascular disease as well.
Biologically Active Oxidative Therapies stimulates cell receptor sites in white blood cells, so that it can play a key role in stimulating the immune system. It stimulates lymphokines and cytokines from lymphocytes and monocytes as well as Tumor Necrosing Factor, Interferon and Interleukin production, all of which are the body’s natural chemical defenses to infectious microbes and carcinogens.
Biologically Active Oxygen is Catabolic and Does the Following:
- Helps to stimulates white blood cell production
- Functions as bactericidal, virucidal and fungicidal
- Directly increases oxygen delivery to all active cells
- Can be preventative to the growth of cancer
- May assist red blood cells to flow through clogged blood vessels
- Is meant to increase the production of interferon, interleukin-2 and tumor necrosis factor which help fight infection and cancer
- Supports anti-oxidants to rid the body of too many free radicals
- Facilitates the body’s ability to degrade toxic chemicals
- Works as part of the Kreb’s cycle (citric acid cycle) helping it to function at it’s optimum which creates energy from carbohydrates, protein and fat metabolism