Common Diseases &
•Blood Pressure
•Glycemic Index
Insulin Resistance &   Diabetes
Chrio Base Materials
•Agaricus Blazei Murill
•Chrio Wave Converters
Colloidal Silver
•Chrio Secret Stones
•Pi Water
Scientific Background

Scientific Background: ( Oxygen )

Oxygen Effects

•  Accelerates regeneration of cells and the revitalization of tissues.
•  Enhances metabolism.
•  Maintains youthful skin cells.
•  Protects the skin from harmful waves.
•  Delays the appearance of wrinkles and partially removes them.
•  Prevents dry skin and other skin hazards.


Free Radicals

Free radicals are atomic or molecular species with unpaired electrons or an open shell configuration. Unpaired electrons are highly reactive thus radicals take part in chemical reactions. Free radical oxidation is the cause for many of the aging symptoms. Free radicals play an important role in a number of biological processes, however, because of their reactive nature they also participate in a number of unwanted side reactions resulting in cell damage. Many forms of cancer are thought to be the result of reactions between free radicals and DNA. In addition, free radicals widely contribute to alcohol-induced liver damage, and the free radicals in cigarette smoke have been implicated in inactivation of functions in the lung which lead to emphysema.


Oxygen Radical Absorbency Capacity (ORAC)

ORAC is directly related to foods and drinks that we ingest into our bodies. It is a measurement of the ingested items ability to absorb oxygen radicals in our bodies. To counter the undesired effects of free radicals, the human body should consume approximately 9000 ORAC per day. Some fruit juices contain high levels of ORAC. The highest of which, are blueberry and red-grape juice, where 500ml contains approximately 3200 ORAC. Both fruit juices contain high fructose levels, and in effect they raise the glucose levels in the blood.


Oxygen Reduction Potential (ORP)

ORP is the measurement of an elements ability to reduce active oxygen. Negative ORP readings are desired.

In Summary

•  Oxygen is a common chemical gas element found throughout the universe
•  Oxygen is a byproduct of photosynthesis in plants
•  Oxygen is necessary for aerobic respiration in humans and animals
•  Humans ingest oxygen through the air, food and drink
•  2% of ingested oxygen should be converted into active oxygen, due to extenuated factors up    to 20% is being converted
•  Overproduced active oxygen causes destruction of cells and DNA damage
•  Free Radical oxidation is a cause for many illnesses and aging symptoms
•  Oxygen Radical Absorbency Capacity (ORAC) is a measurement of ingested items ability to    absorb oxygen radicals.
•  Approximately 9000 ORAC should be ingested per day to counter the bad effects of free    radicals.
•  Oxygen Reduction Potential (ORP) is an elements ability to reduce active oxygen.