The Self Leader Secret
Understanding Oxygenation & Human Body Function (Part 1)
by undefeated-life , Health
Your body is a physical composite of atoms and molecules which have existed in this contaminated physical environment for as long as you have lived. You are also the genetic code of your parents and their parents. As such, you have been compromised with the impurities of this world at the molecular and cellular levels. Think of your skin as the filtration system of your body. Pretend your body is like a cheese cloth which a baker uses to prevent dough from sticking to the surfaces which it comes in contact with. Similarly, your skin is your first layer of protection to prevent the entry of harmful bacteria and toxins. Now, since your skin is one molecular component of your being, it reduces further as you descend into your body at the cellular level of your physical being, this is where you find your internal organs and their life sustaining functions. These also are made up of atoms and molecules which are passing in and out of the existences of their purpose through out your life. Just as the cells of your skin become dead cells and flake off, so too your internal surface structure breaks down and reforms at the cellular level continually so that your body can continue to contain and support your circulation and the continuance of your life with the rejuvenation of your body at the cellular level. This could not occur without the oxygenated blood flow through the fibers of your being.
Now let’s go deeper and look at your blood vessels. Your blood vessels could be considered a secondary toxin filtration system which has the dual purpose of sustaining life through the circulation of oxygen and the supply of tissue building proteins throughout your body. Your blood vessels do this by first providing your organs with air to breath and exist as all living things on the planet require oxygen, and secondly to protect your life through, yet another filtration process as the blood in your body passes through your liver for even more filtration to remove the ingested and absorbed environmental toxins from your body. Under a microscope your blood vessels look like a fishnet, and as the red blood cells pass through the fishnet of your veins (your circulatory system) tiny little bubbles of oxygen are created, as when you blow air through a straw into a clear glass of water. Why is this needed? It is because as the forces of the oxygen bubbles develop, move through, and pop within your circulatory system. With this process, they become the vehicle which propels your blood cells forward as they travel through your body thereby promoting and supporting your circulation and the regeneration of your body’s cells. Without the p rovision of oxygen to the cells of your body, your blood would not pass through your filtration system adequately and your tissues, organs, and the very molecular structure would soon become susceptible to disease and begin to die due to lack of oxygenated blood flow.
This is how the toxins which have been injected or absorbed into your anatomical physical structure, over time, begin to build up those toxins in your organs and tissues resulting in the development of disease and illness. Organs which have not, in the course of your life time, received the benefit of adequate circulatory processes to deposit oxygenated nutrients to your body, and filter out toxins, become weakened and begin to slow down the performance of these organs and maintain the purpose for which they exists in the body….to sustain your life. The slow death and aging of the body at the molecular level is the eventual death of the body complete one atom, one molecule, one cellular tissue, and one organ at a time.
Then there is your biological coding, your DNA instruction for the life of your body and its course of development and function. Your DNA is the genetic coding which defines your physical composite. This includes your physical characteristic traits such as strength, physical appearance, organ type and structure, and the overall disposition towards the health of your body as a whole. This disposition relates to your genetic coding and relates to the DNA of your family tree as well as their inherited genetic traits and dispositions.
So does that mean that I am destined, as it were, to inherit disease through the DNA coding of my familial lineage? Unfortunately some conditions like Downs Syndrome in your familial DNA will predispose offspring to this condition; however, today more than at any other time in history, mankind has an advanced opportunity to sustain its health and even increase longevity. I would like to share some healthy insights with you starting with this, “Understanding Oxygenation and Disease” article I recently came across in my studies. Let’s look as how OXYGENATION can prevent and stop the disease process in the human body. As already stated earlier, the benefit of oxygen to the human body is significant. What are some things that are known to support circulation and the intake of oxygen to our bodies?
I recently read some findings related to prevention of disease from a Doctor Otto Warburg. This doctor is a Nobel Prize winner due to his studies which identified the following: Most disease is caused by insufficient levels of oxygen in the body. These studies presented that if you deprive a cell of 35% of its required levels of oxygen for 48 hours; the cell is likely to become cancerous. Dr. Otto states in his findings, “That’s why cancer is so widespread in our modern society – because, most people suffer from oxygen deprivation.” Dr. Warburg promotes a product called the “One Minute Cure” to help fight and prevent disease. Not only is oxygen deprivation a major contributor to the onset of cancer according to his findings, but it is also a major contributor to many of the disease types that currently affect our society world wide. Continue on with (part two) where further studies led me to come across an interesting correlation with regard to oxygenation of the body.
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