For many people, without adequate oxygen inside our cells, chronic disease will become a given.
Chronic disease seems to be at an all-time high and increasing rapidly with every passing moment. I could spend lots of time diving extensively into all the details as to why this is, but for this article, let’s cut to the chase for the sake of time and space. The quick, straightforward answer is … REDUCED OXYGEN AT THE CELL LEVEL.
According to the Textbook on Medical Physiology by Dr. Arthur C. Guyton, M.D., “All chronic pain, suffering and diseases are caused from a lack of oxygen at the cell level.”
How does the lack of or reduced oxygen availability inside the cells contribute to chronic disease? A fundamental component of human life is the ability to make energy, or ATP, inside each and every cell of the body. This is done by the body by converting oxygen and fuel (fat and sugars from the foods we eat) into ATP energy. This ATP is what allows our cells to function properly. If this process is impaired, bad things happen. Since oxygen is a necessary component to this process, we require an adequate amount of oxygen INSIDE the cells. Without adequate oxygen entering into the cells, then energy production will be restricted.
Without adequate energy production, our cells will not be able to meet their daily needs. As a result of impaired cellular operations, a disease will occur. Therefore, reduced Cellular Oxygen is KEY to avoiding many of life’s most devastating health challenges, such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, autoimmune and much more.
So, what is the KEY to ensuring there is adequate oxygen INSIDE our cells? The answer lies in the membranes of our cells. At the most fundamental level, a cell’s internal oxygen level is the result of the permeability of that cell’s membrane to oxygen. Taking this a step further, we must then ask: “Since Cell Membrane Permeability to Oxygen is the Key to a good state of health, what influences the cell’s permeability the most? The cell’s permeability to oxygen is determined primarily by whether the cellular membranes have been constructed out of oxygen transport friendly oils… or not.
The general name for these oils EFA’s or Essential Fatty Acids. Unfortunately, they are not all created equal. The majority of EFA’s that enter the body is through both our diets and the use of improper nutritional supplements (ie. Fish Oil supplements). The natural programming of all cells is to do whatever they need to do to maintain their membranes, even if it means using inferior EFA’s.
Unfortunately, if inferior fatty acids are used, cell membranes will NOT be able to transfer oxygen through the membranes into the cell’s interior! By “inferior”, I mean trans-fatty acids, processed vegetable oils, fish oil supplements, etc. These overly processed, heated and damaged oils are referred to as EFA “derivatives” (examples of the most common “derivatives” include DHA and EPA).
These types of EFA’s distort the cellular membranes to where they are resistant to allowing oxygen through the membranes and into the inner cell.
The solution to this issue, other than avoiding these inferior fatty acid sources, is to use what’s called PEO’s (Parent Essential Oils). PEO’s (Parent Essential Oils) are oils are plant-based. They have NOT been adulterated, heated or damaged in any way. They are considered “oxygen-friendly” oils because they actually help to improve cell membrane permeability, thus allowing oxygen to be transported to the INSIDE of the cell. With improved cellular oxygenation, more adequate amounts of ATP (energy) can be produced. Subsequently, improved and more proper cell function results.
Some of the benefits of consuming PEO’s (Parent Essential Oils) on a regular basis while avoiding the oxygen-robbing “derivatives”:
So, if you are serious about changing the health-robbing path upon which you may be on, the number one thing to make sure you are doing is to KEEP YOUR CELLULAR OXYGEN HIGH by ensuring your cells are being supplied with high quality, oxygen-attracting Parent Essential Fatty Acids.
This is probably the single most beneficial Health Insurance practice you can choose to do.