In addition to the numerous general health
benefits, CELLFOOD has now become the supplement of choice for many
professional athletes. In a study conducted at the University of
Pretoria, CELLFOOD was shown to increase oxygen uptake (VO2 Max),
increase ferretin (iron storage), and decrease lactic acid accumulation
Cellfood user takes first place in her group at Western
Regional Bodybuilding Championships
Kim Crane of Phoeniz, Arizona, is celebrating her 47th year by
outdoing everything she did in the first 46. A registered nurse and
triathlete, Kim trains throughout the year with her son, Kevin, who at
12 is breaking quite a few records of his own. Recently, Kim took first
place in the Open Figure Tall at the Western Regional Bodybuilding
Championships, and is headed to the national championships in Las
Says Kim, "I've been using Cellfood and Oxygen Gel and LOVE them. I
truly noticed a difference right away and am getting great results."
Cellfood user breaks age-group world powerlift record
For the past four years, powerlifter Gip Duggan of Silverthorne
Colorado has been weightlifting as part of his recovery from quadruple
bypass surgery. Last year, Duggan captured the silver medal in the World
Bench Press championships with a lift of 430 pounds. But he was
determined to accomplish even more.
"Cellfood has been especially helpful in speeding up my recover time
between lifts. Training with heavy weights at 9,000 feet is hard for
power lifters. We need the oxygen for the muscles to recover and
Cellfood has been a great boost. Other benefits have been: more restful
sleep, sense of well-being, and mental alertness. With the additional
training I've been able to do by utilizing Cellfood, I will be
attempting to set a world record this year at either the World Bench
Press Championships or at the USA National meet."
Late last year, nine months after introducing Cellfood to his workout
regimen, Duggan broke the age-group World Powerlift record with a lift
of over 460 pounds.
University of Pretoria Sports Institute Study
Ensure optimal oxygen delivery to working muscles through
normalizing hematology values. Decreases in blood lactate accumulation (10-15%).
Lower lactate concentrations contribute to improved lactate thresholds. Lower
heart rates indicating more economical running (up to 8%). Increases in V02
max (up to 5%). Effective in increasing iron stores within the body, critical
for endurance events.
The Krebs cycle can be looked on as a machine for removing hydrogens from
foodstuffs; the hydrogens are sent to the Electron Transport System (ETS). Each
molecule of the hydrogen carrier in the Nicotin deAdenine Dinucleotide (NAD),
delivers two electrons and one proton of a hydrogen molecule to the ETS. The
energy produced by the ETS is used to form a chemical bond between Adenosine
Diphosphate (ADP) and inorganic phosphate to form ATP.
In fact, as a pair of electrons pass down the ETS from beginning to end,
where it is captured by oxygen, enough energy is trapped to synthesize three ATP
molecules. In fully functional cells, electron transport is tightly coupled to
oxidative phosphorylation. That is, if ATP synthesis is prevented (which would
happen if there were a lack of ADP or oxygen), electron transport will not take
The initial energy for muscle action comes from the manufacture of ATP. When
energy is released by the breakdown of ATP, the synthesis cells contract. This
system provides energy for short, quick bursts of activity and is a major source
of power for the first 2O-30 seconds of intense exercise. Beyond the second
minute of exercise, the oxygen-using aerobic system, for endurance activities,
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