It’s one thing for us to educate consumers about the benefits of using our supplemental oxygen product. It’s entirely more important and legitimate when a university publishes a major study proving those same benefits!

A report was recently published using Boost Oxygen to study the effects of supplemental oxygen with increased athletic performance and recovery rates. We are happy to share the positive results with our followers and consumers!

To read the entire study, CLICK HERE or click on the PDF graphic below.

UCSD Study

 

From the study abstract:

“The administration of concentrated oxygen during exercise has continuously been questioned on its affiliation with increased athletic performance and recovery rates. To assess the validity of these statements, three untrained individuals performed two separate trials of steady-state exercise for 15 minutes in a cohort study. During the independent trial, a 2-liter pocket sized Boost Oxygen canister supplement containing 95% concentrated O2 was self-administered by the subjects commencing their exercise. The study’s findings suggest that concentrated O2 supplements can increase VO2 kinetics, resulting in a decreased time to attain steady-state VO2. Furthermore, supplemental O2 may help maintain a steadier steady-state VO2 during aerobic exercise.

Conclusion

From our study’s findings, we can assume that Boost Oxygen’s supplemental oxygen canister can cause improvements in VO2 kinetics and reduce oxygen deficit when administered just prior to aerobic steady- state exercise in untrained individuals. Furthermore, supplemental concentrated oxygen may help maintain a steadier steady- state VO2.

In other words, the study found that Boost Oxygen can increase oxygen levels in the body. It also found that Boost Oxygen can help maintain higher oxygen levels in the body during aerobic exercise.

Boost Oxygen is portable 95% pure oxygen in affordable canisters for non-medical use and obtained without a prescription. It is used by people at higher altitudes, athletes, senior citizens, students and more for recovery, performance, focus and general health and wellness!

 

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Written by Bill Banks