How Can We Get More Oxygen in Formal Breathing?
Normally, a red blood cell carries no more than 97% oxygen. Many experts will argue that you cannot force another 3% into the cell.
This is true!
But hold your breath here!
The additional 3% oxygen is absorbed by the plasma (which carries the red and white blood cells) and is then pushed into the body’s cells without the aid of the red cells.
If you are consistently feeding your body the extra oxygen, there will be an extensive increase in your total tissue oxygen level. The goal is to keep the oxygen level of your blood as close to 100 points as you can for your entire life.