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How to Split Water into Hydrogen and Oxygen

From The French Tribune by Raoul Girard on Tue, 12/17/2013 – 08:08 On December 15th of this year, scientists from the University of Houston have developed a “new technique” when they discovered that with the help of a catalyst, it is possible to “split water”, that is, separate hydrogen and oxygen from water by using… Read More »

December 17th, 2017

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Oxygen Deficiency Defined

Oxygen Deficiency Symptoms The typical concentration of oxygen in the blood of a human hovers around 96%, and whenever that percentage drops significantly, serious physical manifestations can occur. Some common symptoms of oxygen deficiency include digestive difficulty, memory loss, excess stomach acid, poor circulation, light headedness, muscular pain and fatigue. Anyone experiencing symptoms such as… Read More »

December 14th, 2017

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Bio-available Liquid Oxygen Explained

OxygenSuperCharger™ Bio-available Liquid Oxygen contains high levels of dissolved oxygen in a saline base. It is highly stable with a long shelf life. While oxygen is normally thought of as a gas, it is part of the liquid in water. Water is made up of atoms of hydrogen and oxygen arranged as molecules of H2O…. Read More »

December 11th, 2017

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Information On How We Become Oxygen Deficient

Do You Know the Reasons We Become Oxygen Deficient? There are many reasons for why we can become deprived of oxygen in our bodies; namely, our diets and the environment are what affects the oxygen content in the atmosphere. Many symptoms might become apparent such as trouble with memory, digestion issues, depression, body aches, rash… Read More »

December 8th, 2017

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Liquid Oxygen Water: Taste The Fresh Air

When was the last time you were active, whether it was work, exercise, or something else, and you found yourself breathing heavy? This happens when your body is short of oxygen, so you naturally breathe quicker and deeper to build your levels back to normal. Did you know that athletes boost the amount of oxygen… Read More »

December 5th, 2017

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Oxygen, Water for Weight Loss

Oxygen, Water: uncommon ways to lose weight. Today we will explore two articles that suggest uncommon ways to lose weight. #1 You should drink cold water to lose weight Drink Water Collegesportsscholarships.com recommends you drink at least eight 8-oz. glasses of water daily. If you are medically termed overweight, consume an additional glass for every… Read More »

December 2nd, 2017

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Liquid oxygen called by other names

There has been a lot of confusion about liquid oxygen supplements, in part, because of all the different names people use to describe it.  Here are just some of the most popular names you may hear… The different names liquid oxygen supplements are called liquid oxygen oxygen water stabilized oxygen liquid oxygen drops stabilized oxygen… Read More »

November 29th, 2017

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Oxygen Deficiency: New American Epidemic

There are many reasons to consider an oxygen supplement like OxygenSuperCharger.   One is when you have concerns about the amount of oxygen in which you may be deficient.  Oxygen deficiency is being recognized as a chronic and epidemic problem in America and around the world.  Decreased air quality and oxygen content in cities and industrial… Read More »

November 26th, 2017

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Water for the soul

Water for the Soul

Full Article Drinking may be the key to health and happiness – especially if the drink of choice is water. “There’s convincing evidence that regular consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages is associated with increased risk of obesity and diabetes, and emerging evidence that these beverages increase the risk for heart disease,” reported Frank B. Hu, MD,… Read More »

November 23rd, 2017

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Lung Capacity Can Affect Your Overall Oxygen Health

Lung Capacity and Your Health Believe it or not, your lung capacity in the health of your breathing is actually a good indicator of your overall health. Most people think of your heart health when considering overall well-being. However your lung capacity is often overlooked and can be one of the most important factors when… Read More »

November 20th, 2017

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