Subject: Can Chlorous Acid cause blood cells to take up additional oxygen?
Date: Fri May 12 22:53:18 2000
Posted by Lynn Pelkowski
Grade level: grad (non-science)
School: DerbyRecreation Centre
City: Derby State/Province: KS
Area of science: Biochemistry
I work in the fitness industry, a client is taking a product
called "Oxyprime". It claims to cause blood cells to take up more
oxygen. It is taken as 10 drops in a glass of water, once a day. The
label says that is it composed of Sodium Chlorite, Carbonates and
Bicarbonates. I'm wondering if it is beneficial or if it could be harmful
to his health.
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