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Immune Boost™ Oxygen Boosting Formula - 1 Fluid Ounce

Immune Boost™ Oxygen Boosting Formula - 1 Fluid Ounce

Immune Boost™ is an oxygen boosting formula that contains highly absorbable trace elements and thirty-four enzymes for routine immune support.

Immune Boost™ is the world's leading high-performance oxygen- and hydrogen-based consumer health product. For over forty years, Immune Boost™ has safely provided nutritional benefits, without toxicity.

Additional Information:
ImmuneBoost™ is a proprietary formulation of a super-energized, colloidal mineral concentrate. Immune Boost's Di-base, Di-pole deuterium sulfate provides an incredible oxygen source at the cellular level. Scientists recognize that most diseases and infections are caused by oxygen starvation at the cellular level. This award-winning formula naturally provides the highest level of nascent oxygen and hydrogen in supplement form for supporting energy, endurance, and natural health.

Immune Boost™ has the unique ability to dissociate the water molecule into nascent hydrogen and nascent oxygen. This water-splitting technology enables the release of hydrogen and oxygen gases simultaneously in a chain reaction that involves 1/500,000 of the available moisture at one time. Water-splitting is achieved by means of shifting and weakening the bonding electrons (ionic transfers) of the water molecule toward oxygen and away from hydrogen.

Immune Boost™ allows the bonds in the electron distribution to be asymmetrical (polar). The water molecule can then be described as Di-pole with the oxygen atom acting as a negative pole and the hydrogen acting as a positive pole.

Contained in this formula are seventeen amino acids, thirty-four enzymes, seventy-eight major and trace elements, deuterons, electrolytes, and dissolved oxygen. It supports your body's ability to absorb vitamins, minerals, herbs, and other nutrients.

Benefits of Trace Elements:
Trace elements are minerals that the body requires in amounts of one hundred milligrams or less per day. For some, including iodine, proper dosage may be as small as 1/10 of one milligram. Minuscule as these amounts are, insufficient intake of trace elements can seriously impair your health.

Chromium (Cr)—Enables the body to burn sugar, providing energy while preventing damage to blood vessels and organs. Natural sources: liver, brewer's yeast, black pepper, thyme, beef, poultry, broccoli, bran, and whole grain cereals.

Copper (Cu)—Necessary for the formation of blood cells and connective tissue and is also involved in producing the skin pigment melanin. Natural sources: beef or chicken liver, crab, chocolate, seeds, nuts, fruit, and beans.

Iodine (I)—Used by the thyroid gland to produce hormones essential for growth, reproduction, nerve and bone formation, and mental health. Natural sources: fish, shellfish, iodized salt.

Iron (Fe)—Produces hemoglobin, the protein that carries oxygen throughout the body. It is also involved in the production of certain hormones, connective tissues and brain neurotransmitters, and immune system maintenance. Natural sources: liver, meat, poultry, fish, beans, nuts, dried fruits, whole grains, and dark leafy vegetables.

Manganese (Mn)—Antioxidant; plays an important role in chemical reactions involving energy production, nerve-cell metabolism, muscle contraction, and bone growth. Natural sources: nuts, vegetables, and fruit.

Molybdenum (Mo)—Antioxidant; helps the body remain healthy by detoxifying sulfites and sulfur compounds. Natural sources: milk, beans, bread, and cereals.

Selenium (Se)—Also helps to boost the immune system. Natural sources: broccoli, mushrooms, cabbage, celery, cucumbers, onions, and garlic.

Zinc (Zn)—Involved in the structure and function of all cell membranes as well as the production of more than two hundred enzymes. It also is essential for proper wound healing. Natural sources: oysters, beef, pork liver, beef liver, lamb, crab, and wheat germ

Immune Boost™ Energy:

ImmuneBoost provides time-released oxygen at the cellular level for supporting the oxidizing of lactic acid in the muscle area. When added to water, ImmuneBoost becomes an activated solution producing kinetic energy.

The potential energy of Immune Boost™ in the bottle could be compared to energy in the bank, or energy in storage that is not being used. Kinetic energy is "energy in action" or energy that is exerting its effect. Using an automobile as a demonstration tool, the Immune Boost™ would be represent gasoline in the tank. The engine converts the potential energy of the gasoline to kinetic energy, which powers the car. The alternator and generator also require kinetic energy (electrical energy) transferring power to the battery, where it will be stored again as potential energy.

At the cellular level, energy transformations from potential to kinetic, and between chemical, mechanical, and electrical; are no less diversified. This energy is used for movement (kinetic energy in action) and for the accumulation of high concentrations of beneficial materials, which requires a continuous flow of oxygen.

Energy Production Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP):

Each cell has an engine called mitochondria (structures occurring in varying numbers in the cytoplasm of the cell). ATP is the engine's fuel used for all of the energy-requiring processes within the cell. Our cells do not use the nutrients we consume for their immediate supply of energy. Instead, when needed, they prepare an energy-rich compound called ATP. ATP consists of one molecule of adenine and ribose (called adenosine) combined with three phosphates and oxygen atoms. A considerable amount of chemical energy is stored in the ATP molecule. When the outermost bond of the ATP molecule is broken, it releases energy equivalent to 7,000 calories. Although ATP serves as the energy current for all cells, only about three ounces of ATP are stored in the body at one time. This would provide only enough energy to sustain strenuous activity for five to eight seconds. Our cells require oxygen to provide a continuous supply of energy and to constantly synthesize ATP. The more oxygen-enriched the body is, the more ATP each cell can produce.

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