Cells Need Breath

When cells can’t breathe—noth­ing else mat­ters.
In emer­gency care, the first pri­or­i­ty is to assure res­pi­ra­tion because if a per­son can’t breathe—noth­ing else mat­ters.

Suffocating Cells



The con­cept is stark­ly sim­ple. Cells with com­pro­mised res­pi­ra­tion don’t do well. They’re going to get sick, wear out, suf­fer, and die.

The Oxygen Journey

Oxygen Multistep Therapy

Oxy­gena­tion is com­plex.

Oxy­gen trav­els from the lungs to the tis­sue in blood, via a com­plex series of steps. There are many ways this process can fail.

The opti­mistic assump­tion that this jour­ney is always per­fect explains why so many health con­di­tions remain unsolv­able life­time mys­ter­ies.

Any­thing that interef­eres with cel­lu­lar oxy­gen deliv­ery — suf­fo­cates the cells into one or more fail­ure modes that present as a many dif­fer­ent symp­toms and dis­eases.

Cell Failure Modes

There are three close­ly-relat­ed cel­lu­lar fail­ure modes that occur when oxy­gen fails to reach cells for any rea­son.

Vas­cu­lar Brownout—occurs when a hypox­ic stress event caus­es inflam­ma­tion in the vas­cu­lar endothe­li­um. This shrinks the inside size of the pipes that car­ry blood into a bot­tle­neck. Each bot­tle­neck, inhibits blood flow to choke off oxy­gen to down­stream tis­sue. This choke has three adverse effects:

  • Tis­sue Brownout—tis­sue is locked into low ener­gy from hypox­ia;
  • Con­cen­trates Tox­ins —because blood flow that would nor­mal­ly wash it out is lim­it­ed;
  • Reduced Immu­ni­ty—so the area is less pro­tect­ed from infec­tion than nor­mal tis­sue;
  • Accel­er­at­ed Aging—Stressed cells don’t live as long so the body is forced to replace them.

Local pH Imbal­ance—the tis­sue brownout trig­gers a triple pH dys­func­tion. First, anaer­o­bic cells pro­duce lac­tic acid; sec­ond anaer­o­bic cells cease pro­duc­tion of car­bon diox­ide, third the bot­tle­neck that inhibits blood flow caus­es waste prod­ucts to linger, cre­at­ing an area prone to “acid” sore­ness as waste prod­uct irri­tate tis­sue. These areas are unable to per­form because their ener­gy is reduced to 1/19 nor­mal.

Immune Brownout—the brownout region of weak­ened cells becomes pre­ferred habi­tat for par­a­sitic organ­isms. First reduced cel­lu­lar ener­gy decreas­es cel­lu­lar abil­i­ty to resist attack and inhib­it­ed blood flow makes it hard­er for immune sys­tem to pro­tect the tis­sue; and increased tox­ins cre­ate a nutri­ent-rich feed­stock for par­a­sitic organ­isms.

This video shows White Blood Cell activ­i­ty lev­el imme­di­ate­ly after LiveO2. The WBC count in this sam­ple was about 5x more than in the before sam­ple.  This sup­ports Ardenne’s tests that showed white blood cell counts increased 17% after mul­ti­step immune pro­to­col.

These effects explain many health prob­lems. When these regions pile up a the whole body starts to fail.

System Failure Modes

Poorly oxygenated cells host disease.

Poor­ly oxy­genat­ed cells host dis­ease.

Whole body ener­gy fail­ure presents as an often degen­er­a­tive symp­tom pat­terns, which usu­al­ly reflect pro­gres­sive loss of vital­i­ty, that occurs as a direct result of pro­gres­sive tis­sue brownout.

  • Fatigue — occurs when a whole body ener­gy pro­duc­tion decreas­es oxy­gen uti­liza­tion
  • Acid Metab­o­lism — occurs when the body lacks the ener­gy to defend itself
  • Degen­er­a­tion — As cells in brownout regions, suc­ces­sive gen­er­a­tions lose vital­i­ty, and the region becomes less able to per­form, from hypox­ic brownout, and from less vital­i­ty from often replaced cells.

The health vul­ner­a­bil­i­ty reflect­ed by the prod­uct of all of these effects are described in a three let­ter word: age.

Whole Body Oxygen

Cel­lu­lar res­pi­ra­tion is sim­ple truth—cells that can­not breathe—cannot, and will not ever, work prop­er­ly. Any care that skips the first and obvi­ous first step, is mis­guid­ed, and prob­a­bly dan­ger­ous.

LiveO2 is the rebirth of the con­cept cel­lu­lar res­pi­ra­tion.

LiveO2, Whole Body Oxy­gen, restores cel­lu­lar oxy­gen quick­ly, safe­ly, and afford­ably…


The moment you adopt cel­lu­lar oxy­gen as a care pri­or­i­ty, is the moment you enable bet­ter health for all you care for.

Once you real­ize:

  • that stress trig­gers vas­cu­lar inflam­ma­tion;
  • that vas­cu­lar inflam­ma­tion cre­ates tis­sue brownouts;
  • and that regen­er­a­tive oxy­gen lev­els reverse this inflam­ma­tion;
  • you will have gained the most enabling health knowl­edge of your career.

It’s exact­ly the same think­ing:

  • If a body can’t breathe—nothing else mat­ters;
  • When a cell can’t breathe—nothing else mat­ters.

When you stop assum­ing that all of your patients cells have enough oxy­gen, just because of breath, you are empow­ered.

Your jour­ney to much more effec­tive patient care just started—you only need one extra tool—which you already know to be safe, prac­ti­cal, and sound­ly sup­port­ed by every shred of sci­ence you’ve ever stud­ied.

Regenerative Oxygen

There are two state-shift­ing lev­els of oxy­gen in the body:

  • Destruc­tive defi­cien­cy—enough below nor­mal to cause cel­lu­lar suf­fo­ca­tion;
  • Regen­er­a­tive thresh­old—enough above nor­mal to enable heal­ing.

All of these lev­els occur dur­ing the nat­ur­al cycle of life:

  • Destruc­tive Lev­els occur when we have a stress event that decreas­es the oxy­gen avail­able below a crit­i­cal lev­el that dis­rupts the sodi­um potas­si­um pump, caus­ing sodi­um to accu­mu­late inside cells. When this occurs in the vas­cu­lar sys­tem, vas­cu­lar cells bloat, and effec­tive vas­cu­lar diam­e­ter decreas­es enough to bot­tle­neck blood flow to down­stream tis­sues result­ing in brownout.
  • Regen­er­a­tive Lev­els occur when oxy­gen reach­es a high enough lev­el, 12 cc/L (Ardenne), to reverse the inflam­ma­tion that occurs from destruc­tive oxy­gen lev­els. In youth, these lev­els occur nat­u­ral­ly when we recov­er from vigourous stren­u­ous exer­tion. As we age, our bod­ies lose vital­i­ty to nat­u­ral­ly reach regen­er­a­tive oxy­gen lev­els.

Oxy­gen Mul­ti­step Ther­a­py, by Man­fred von Ardenne states…

… “O2 defi­cien­cy” is the effect of crit­i­cal­ly reduced O2 trans­port to the tis­sues, crit­i­cal­ly reduced O2 uti­liza­tion of the tis­sue, and crit­i­cal­ly increased O2 require­ments of the tis­sue.

Regen­er­a­tive lev­els auto­mat­i­cal­ly occur when we recov­er young and vital play, and when we recov­er from a stren­u­ous phys­i­cal escape from a stress event. Both sit­u­a­tions involve hard breath­ing at the end of a sprint, with very ele­vat­ed heart beat, and heavy breath­ing.

No mat­ter who you are, or what lev­el of phys­i­cal con­di­tion­ing, nat­u­ral­ly regen­er­a­tive con­di­tions become less acces­si­ble with age.

LiveO2 helps peo­ple with age com­pro­mised vital­i­ty rou­tine­ly reach the regen­er­a­tive oxy­gen lev­els by lever­ag­ing the body’s nat­ur­al res­pi­ra­to­ry sys­tems.

LiveO2 is so effec­tive that most users expe­ri­ence clin­i­cal­ly mea­sur­able reduc­tion in Cell Fail­ure Modes with­in 15 min­utes of their first use.

These results are eas­i­ly and quick­ly ver­i­fied using phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal neu­ro­log­i­cal pan­els after a sin­gle LiveO2 ses­sion, enhanced by Alti­tude Con­trast.

Neurological Panels:
Before and After

  • Neurological Panel Before LiveO2
  • Neurological Panel After LiveO2

(click the images above for a larg­er view)

  • Note sig­nif­i­cant improve­ment in most cat­e­gories
  • All low aver­age scores—gone!

Rosetta Stone

When it comes to qual­i­ty of life, lit­tle is more impor­tatant than brain func­tion, indi­cat­ed by neu­ro­log­i­cal test pan­els.

We sug­gest the brain func­tion is a bench­mark of whole body per­for­mance. These tests are repro­ducible with no spe­cial equip­ment, oth­er than a com­put­er, and can be applied to any lit­er­ate per­son.

Whole body oxy­gen results apply to all body sys­tems. Results are mea­sur­able with any phys­i­o­log­i­cal test that direct­ly, or indi­rect­ly mea­sures cel­lu­lar ener­gy pro­duc­tion.

Most dis­ease dis­ease symp­toms occur because a one or more cat­e­gories of cells have ceased to per­form at sta­ble home­o­sta­t­ic lev­els. This fail­ure cre­ates dis­com­fort, degen­er­a­tion, and com­pen­sato­ry respons­es, that often man­i­fest as and often erro­neous cel­lu­lar repro­duc­tion result­ing from local envi­ron­men­tal stress.

Cells that repro­duce in a hypox­ic and nutri­ent-poor envi­ron­ment lack the vital­i­ty of nor­mal cells. As a result they are more prone to repro­duc­tive dys­func­tion, and are more vul­ner­a­ble to pathogen inva­sion.

But this is just a sam­ple. Just about every health prob­lem is enabled because some aspect of cel­lu­lar metab­o­lism has failed, usu­al­ly because ener­gy pro­duc­tion has failed, because oxy­gen deliv­ery has failed.

Good Care Recipe

LiveO2 is a cel­lu­lar oxy­gen deliv­ery sys­tem that lever­ages nat­ur­al sys­tems to move oxy­gen to cells and repair stress dam­age from life.

It uses the most accept­ed ele­ments of health exer­tion, and oxy­gen to reach regen­er­a­tive lev­els of oxy­gen. Noth­ing could be sim­pler or safer.

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