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Scientific Studies on Benefits of Oxygen in Water

Explore the scientific research behind the advantages of oxygen-enriched water for improving health and well-being. Discover the potential benefits and effects of oxygenated water on various aspects of human health.

Helps to increase antioxidant level

Findings suggest that increasing the oxygen levels in drinking water could be a valuable recommendation for enhancing growth performance as indicated by a significant rise in immunoglobulins.

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Helps to enhance immune system

Drinking oxygen-enriched water for an extended period doesn't harm the liver, blood, and the immune system.

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Helps to improve energy & exercise performance

Enriching water with oxygen presents a compelling prospect for enhancing exercise performance and mitigating fatigue, offering a breath of vitality that may drive individuals toward improved physical feats with reduced exhaustion.

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Helps to improve wound healing process for diabetic patients

Oxygen-enriched water in the daily routine could be beneficial for individuals with diabetes mellitus, potentially offering a supportive element to their overall well-being and management of the condition.

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Helps detoxification

Oxygen-infused water is believed to assist in the detoxification process, offering a breath of freshness that supports the body's natural mechanisms for eliminating toxins and promoting overall well-being.

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Helps to cleanse cell with cleansing, healing oxygen

Oxygenated water helps to cleanse cell with cleansing, healing oxygen.

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Dr Otto Warburg Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine (1930)

All normal cells have an absolute requirement for oxygen, but cancer cells can live without oxygen - a rule without exception. “Deprive a cell 35% of its oxygen for 48 hours and it may become cancerous.” Dr Warburg has made it clear that the root cause of cancer is oxygen deficiency, which creates an acidic state in the human body.


Dr William Kaelin Jr, Sir Peter J Ratcliffe and Dr Gregg Semenza Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine (2019)

Their research has brought proof that the lack of oxygen i.e. Hypoxia, switches on cellular mechanism that lead to a wide range of diseases including cancer, stroke, heart attack, infections and would healing