Ozone Therapy Tips




Ozone is a more powerful antioxidant than vitamin C and is the only one that has the power to detoxify the cells and heal them at the same time. Ozone works on the mitochondria of the cell (the "battery") to "reset" their functioning. When we are young, our mitochondria work at peak efficiency. But after age 35, mitochondrial function begins to decline, leading to degenerative diseases and imbalances in the body. Tuning up the mitochondrial every six months with ozone will keep our body balanced and in great shape.

According to published accounts ozone is anti-tumerogenic, antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and anti-parasitic, with increased detoxification, regulation of enzymes, reduced inflammation, protection against neuro-degeneration and promotion of apoptosis and longevity.

For more information, call Living Springs Natural Health, located at 6700 Horizon Rd., St. 100, in Heath, at 972-722-4668 or visit LivingSpringsNatualHealth.com.

 

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