Exercise with oxygen



      by Lee Elders
      Associate Editor

What is EWOT?
No, it's not an action toy from the Star Wars collection.

It is Exercise With Oxygen Therapy (EWOT) and is based on the belief that while exercise is excellent for building muscles and burning calories, it can cause a faster aging rate and increase illnesses due to the oxygen expenditure versus intake. EWOT works by increasing the amount of pure oxygen taken in while exercising, which improves the body's ability to maintain its youthfulness. It's a relatively easy and inexpensive option that may assist in improving health and longevity.

You'll Need:
Oxygen generator
Stationary exercise equipment such as bike, elliptical or a treadmill

Oxygen enhances the body's ability to rebuild itself, detoxify blood, and strengthen the immune system. It will heighten your concentration, memory and alertness, sometimes in minutes.

When you breathe in high levels of oxygen while exercising the higher level in the lungs drives oxygen into the pulmonary capillaries. It also moves the circulation much faster. It is the oxygen that allows the capillaries to repair the transfer mechanism. Once this is done, more oxygen can enter the capillary wall to oxygen-thirsty tissues.

Normally, a red blood cell carries no more than 97% oxygen. Many will argue that you cannot force another 3% into the cell. This is true. However, additional oxygen is absorbed by the plasma (which carries the red and white blood cells) and is then pushed into the body's cells without the aid of the red cells. This is called the Law of Mass Action. Very little oxygen actually gets through, but if you are consistently feeding your body the extra oxygen, there will be an extensive increase in your total tissue oxygen level. The goal is to keep the oxygen level of your blood as close as you can to 100 percent.

All unhealthy germs and bacteria are weakened or killed with oxygen. Healthy bacteria are strengthened by extra oxygen. If one is suffering from headaches, hangover, migraine, stress, fatigue, cramps, jet lag, heat exhaustion, or minor aches and pains, oxygen can provide almost immediate relief. On a longer-term basis, oxygen helps strengthen cells, flush toxins and impurities out of ones blood, possibly preventing cancer from gaining a foothold as well as reduce the effects of mold. Also, if one has minor sprains or injuries, oxygen can promote the healing of these injuries resulting in faster healing times.

Studies have shown that extra oxygen helps:
Stimulate brain activity
Increase memory capacity
Boost concentration
Develop stronger alertness
Raise energy levels
Increase absorbable oxygen at altitude
Improve strength
Build endurance
Detox your blood
Reduce stress
Calm anxiety
Alleviate tension headaches
Remedy irregular sleeping patterns
Help with cardiovascular activity
Prevent lactic acid build up
Strengthen the immune system

"According to scientists, extra oxygen along with a cleansing diet can return balance to the body." --Elizabeth Baker, The Unmedical Miracle: Oxygen.

My personal experience: I have been doing EWOT now for three months. I exercise 20 min per day (4 miles) on my recumbent bike with oxygen. My blood oxygen level has maintained an exceptional 98% rate with excellent muscle tone. All I can say is WOW. Years ago when I was pumping iron, I wish I could have utilized EWOT in my regime but it is never too late to reap the benefits from exercising with oxygen therapy. EWOT is a monumental breakthrough that can benefit those aspiring to a new adventure in health.

Dynamic Living Magazine Issue Vol. 2  March/April 2011 The End