Cancer cells are hypoxic (lacking oxygen).

And even healthy cells, deprived of oxygen, eventually become tumors, as proven by Warburg (Nobel Prize 1931).

So the body tries to get more oxygen to them via angiogenesis (blood vessel formation), triggered by HIF (hypoxia-induced factors).

The cell regulates metabolism by the oxygen available to it, known since the 1990s, especially by Kaqun researchers.

Last month, 3 hypoxia researchers won the Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology for further understanding on the HIFa genes that switch on and off in various partial pressures of oxygen.

Watch the first 5 minutes of this video and delve further into what science is now understanding about oxygen.

Your life literally depends upon it– whether you are suffering from chronic illness or not, and I believe you’ll see further breakthroughs in oxygen research in the next 6 months.