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April 29, 2019 - Oxygen: You Can’t Live Without IT!

Oxygen: You Can’t Live Without IT!

April 29, 2019 Puzzle Piece
Hypoxemia is a below-normal level of oxygen in your blood, specifically in the arteries. It is a sign of a problem related to breathing or circulation, and it is becoming a very common problem.
Heart disease may be the number one killer in America, but hypoxemia is intertwined with it. Both are affected by circulation and heart health. If you have one problem, you could very well have the other. When it comes to having adequate oxygen in your blood, normal breathing and healthy circulation are an absolute must.
Common Causes of Low Blood Oxygen:
  • Anemia
  • Asthma
  • Congenital heart disease
  • COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
  • Medications, such as certain narcotics and anesthetics, that depress breathing
  • Sleep apnea, and much more
  • Rib fixations or Subluxations
  • Diaphragm problems (Thoracic fixations or subluxation and C3-C5)
Our bodies are dependent on an adequate oxygen supply for survival. You may think you’re breathing fine--at least during waking hours--but do any of the following symptoms sound familiar?
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Headache
  • Restlessness
  • Dizziness
  • Chest pain
  • Confusion
  • High blood pressure
  • Visual disorders
  • Rapid heartbeat
Keeping oxygen up to healthy levels can get increasingly challenging as you get older simply because circulation isn’t as strong as it used to be. Your arteries harden and aren’t as flexible (Essential Four Vitamins, DAK1K2), muscle mass goes down (Muscle Rx), free radicals build up (Essential Resveratrol), you can have plaque buildup, and so on. If you have tingling, numbness, muscle cramps, or even throbbing or stinging pain in your limbs, your circulation isn’t as good as it needs to be, (Add Essential Magnesium).

The good news is you can revive your system with the right nutrients and get oxygen levels and circulation back up where they need to be. Use Dr Harris’s new formulation, with Essential Four Nutrients, Vitamins A, D, K1, K2 and Opti B.F.F. should be at the top of the list.
Circulation and Oxygen
Your cardiovascular system is designed to ensure the survival of all cells at every moment, and it does this by maintaining the immediate chemical environment of every one of the 50 trillion cells in your body. It does this with every beat of your heart.
For this system to do its job efficiently, there must be adequate blood flow through blood vessels, big and small, and the blood’s chemical composition of the incoming blood must be balanced. This includes oxygen levels. So, if circulation is good, then oxygen is good. But if one suffers, so does the other.
Blood is pumped to first gain optimal chemical composition (and oxygen), and then distributed throughout your body to sustain life. A critical step when it comes to oxygen is your blood’s trip to the lungs to swap out CO2 for fresh oxygen before getting transported to the rest of your body. What’s not so widely known is something called microcirculation.
“The microcirculation deserves special attention since it is across the walls of these vessels that the exchange of oxygen, among other substances, takes place. Furthermore, the arterioles, also known as the “resistance” vessels, are the primary site for control of blood flow. Thus, the blood vessels of the microcirculation play important roles in both the convective (arterioles) and diffusive (capillaries) transport of oxygen,” said Roland N. Pittman, author of Regulation of Tissue Oxygenation.
Since the convective supply of oxygen depends directly on blood flow, the regulation of tissue oxygenation depends critically on circulatory health.
For example: Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) is a form of cardiovascular disease caused by atherosclerotic occlusions that impair blood flow to the lower extremities. PAD affects roughly 27 million people in Europe and North America. Approximately a third of them suffer from suffer from leg pain that flares up during exercise. The pain is caused by an inadequate oxygen supply.
Typically, exercise and adequate fluid intake are the perfect way to improve circulation. The challenge with that is our sedentary lifestyles and poor eating habits have made circulatory health a major uphill battle. A sedentary life makes for a weak body. It responds quickly to positive lifestyle changes, but that doesn’t necessarily mean your body can achieve optimal circulatory health on its own. There’s a good chance your body needs help safely breaking down and flushing out plaque buildup.
Game-Changing Nutrients to Restore Blood Vessel Flexibility & Blood Flow
We believe Opti-BFF is the most advanced blood vessel flexibility formula, combining nitrates from creatine nitrate, fruits and vegetables to create a fountain of Nitric Oxide in your endothelium and an army of antioxidants to protect N-O. On top of that, the promotion of methylation from creatine helps slow the aging process and keep cellular processes at optimal functioning, along with stopping muscle loss and keep you strong.

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This formula also contains natural caffeine from green tea to help perk you up and further aid disease-preventing circulation. All together this means:
One powerful formula with over 50 game-changing ingredients proven to restore circulation, thus restoring oxygen levels and protecting you from related
See the Difference for Yourself
Each bottle of Opti-B.F.F. comes with test strips that measure N-O levels in minutes.
Use one strip immediately before taking a dose, and then 2 minutes later, use the second and see the immediate Nitric Oxide boost. When the strip is red, your blood vessels are expanding, and blood is flowing better with less pressure on your heart. That means more blood flow with less heart pressure (healthy blood pressure). It’s the best of both worlds.
Please note: if the second strip does not show much difference, then this is a sign of poor circulation and impending health issues. Without taking another chewable, test again in another 3-5 minutes. If still no change, take another 1-2 chewable.    
I personally use the PEMF unit at home and in the office for muscle exercise and increased microcirculation.  Please contact Jason at 866-338-4883 for options and pricing.


Marc Harris, ND, ND, PhD, PhD, PhD
and John Brimhall, DC, FIAMA, DIBAK Present
Marc Harris, ND, ND, PhD, PhD, PhD
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Yours in Health and Wellness,
John W Brimhall, DC, BA, BS, FIAMA, DIBAK

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