Oxygenate Your Body and Fight Fat

Oxygenate Your Body and Fight Fat

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Oxygenate Your Body and Fight Fat

August 05, 2023

By Shilpa Unnikrishnan


What does oxygen have to do with your metabolism? Read the article to find out the oxygen-metabolism connection and how EWOT can act as an ally in your weight management journey.

Weekend Warrior Workout vs. Regular Exercise

Perhaps you've encountered various weight-loss programs that promise to shed pounds and sustain the results. Some weight-management plans propose that eating less and exercising more is the key, while others advocate for a low-fat or low-carb diet. With so many conflicting recommendations, it's natural to feel uncertain about which strategy to trust.

However, the truth is that there isn't a one-size-fits-all approach that works for everyone when it comes to achieving healthy weight management.

What if you achieve your weight-management goals by just breathing? 

Enter Exercise with Oxygen Therapy (EWOT), a groundbreaking approach that promises to revolutionize your weight-loss journey without the need for exhaustive fitness routines, meal plans, and expensive ingredients or supplements.

At this point, you might be wondering, "Can oxygen therapy genuinely aid in achieving my fitness goals?" If that's the question on your mind, read on to understand the potential benefits of EWOT.

Understanding EWOT

Exercise with Oxygen Therapy, or EWOT in short, is a fitness regimen that combines physical exercise with supplemental oxygen intake. The fundamental idea is to provide the body with an increased supply of oxygen during workouts, thereby optimizing performance and potentially magnifying the benefits of exercise.

EWOT can be a game changer, especially for athletes, fitness enthusiasts, wellness seekers, and individuals with low immunity. Scientific evidence supports its efficacy, making it a promising approach for achieving your fitness and wellness goals.

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Know the Role of Oxygen in Metabolism

You might have heard someone say, “I have a slow metabolism” or “I have a fast metabolism.” But do you know what that means exactly? What is metabolism? How can it be fast or slow?

Metabolism is the cumulation of the entire set of chemical processes that occur in your body as a result of the conversion of foods and drinks into energy. This complex entity that utilizes oxygen and calories can be considered the total energy your body spends to perform physiological functions.

Your energy expenditure includes resting metabolism (calories you burn while you’re resting), the Thermic Effect of Food (energy required to process the food you consume), and energy burned during physical activity.

What’s the difference between a fast metabolism and a slow metabolism? If you’re a person with a fast metabolism, your body expends a lot of calories even while at rest. On the other hand, with a slow metabolism, your body burns fewer calories to keep it running.

Many of us think that metabolism is an uncontrollable, static process. But apparently, this isn’t the case. Although genetic factors partly influence our metabolic rates, we can boost metabolism by gaining lean muscle mass .

You may know that your body demands more oxygen when you workout and it’s a no-brainer that physical activity is a powerful metabolism enhancer. However, a sedentary lifestyle, stress, lack of exercise, and unhealthy diets are some triggers that will slow your metabolism.

Following a healthy lifestyle and building habits around your diet and exercise routine helps you shift your metabolism into a higher gear. When you don’t exercise, fat accumulates in your body, which can lead to slow metabolic rates.

What happens when you exercise? Your heart works harder to pump blood so that nutrients get transported to your muscles, and when your muscles are active, your metabolism gets revved up.

When you integrate oxygen into your daily workout regimen, your body tissues, blood and plasma receive increased oxygen levels, triggering an anti-inflammatory response within minutes. You can also see significant improvement in your metabolic energy levels in a few days.

How Does EWOT Help You in Your Weight-Management Journey?

Looking to shed some extra pounds? EWOT could be your secret weapon. Here are 5 key benefits offered by EWOT for a transformative weight-management journey.

1. Improves Your Metabolism

You might have come across many articles that discuss slow metabolism as a potential cause of your weight gain. While experts emphasize that metabolic factors are not always the cause of weight gain, they do play a role in influencing your daily calorie expenditure.

Increasing your oxygen consumption can help boost your metabolism, allowing you to burn more calories both at rest and during physical activity efficiently.

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2. Improves Your Metabolism

Many professional athletes turn to EWOT to enhance their performance levels. This approach improves blood circulation, facilitating better delivery of vital nutrients and oxygen to the organs, muscles, and tissues. You can also utilize the power of oxygen to drop your excess fat.

Inhaling oxygen-enriched air during exercise can significantly enhance your stamina, resulting in more productive workouts.

Simply put, if you could only manage a 7-minute run on the treadmill before, incorporating oxygen into your daily routine might allow you to extend that to 14 minutes. Just imagine the extra calories you’ll burn by following this routine for another 2 weeks.

Our Turbo Oxygen (EWOT) System is a revolutionary EWOT system that offers you body conditioning and self-healing outcomes with the patented Dual-inlet Turbo Mega-Flow Mask. Turbo Oxygen System is comprised of 3 main components: an O2E2 Machine, an Oxygen Reservoir Bag and a Turbo Mega-Flow Mask. All you need is to couple your preferred exercise equipment with the Turbo Oxygen System to reap the maximum benefits of EWOT and workout for 15-20 minutes at various paces based on your conditioning.

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3. Regulates Your Appetite

It’s a no-brainer that overeating is a major contributor to weight gain. But have you ever considered what triggers uncontrollable cravings?

The concept of stress eating holds more than just a grain of truth. Stress and the associated hormonal triggers and the effects of high-fat, high-sugar comfort foods often drive you toward overeating. High levels of cortisol and insulin may be responsible for this stress-eating behavior.

Extensive research has connected stress to weight gain, with approximately one-fourth of Americans rating their stress level as 8 or higher on a 10-point scale, as revealed by an American Psychological Association survey [2].

When you’re stressed, your body utilizes oxygen in the cells at a faster rate than normal. Lack of sufficient oxygen can cause cell death and affect brain function as well.

Did you know that the brain is the organ that craves oxygen the most? Your brain consumes 20% of the body’s oxygen supply, and the brain cells are highly sensitive to the decrease in oxygen levels.

Inhaling oxygen-rich air improves nervous system function, recalibrates your physiological operations, induces a sense of calm, and blunts the effects of the negative effects of stress. This way, you can stop stress eating and forestall further weight gain.

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4. Helps You Sleep Well

While the importance of a well-balanced diet and regular physical activity are quite obvious in your weight-management journey, the significance of getting adequate sleep often goes unnoticed.

Recent research has shed light on the connection between weight loss and a good night's rest. Simply put, the route to weight management may start in your bedroom.

Over the past five decades, the duration of sleep among Americans has progressively decreased. At the same time, the Body Mass Index (BMI) of Americans has steadily risen, illustrating a causal relationship between insufficient sleep and higher rates of weight gain.

Studies have demonstrated that a lack of sleep can result in metabolic dysregulation, increased appetite, weight gain, and an increased risk of obesity, as well as other chronic health conditions.

Research has shown that increased oxygen levels can facilitate deep and restorative sleep. "Oxygen therapy could be used to enhance slow-wave states during sleep to ensure that individuals who may have disrupted sleep are getting enough of the restorative, slow-wave sleep." Professor Clay Dickson, University of Alberta.

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5. Balances Your Blood Sugar Levels

Being physically active can lower your blood glucose levels. Here’s how:

  • Exercise increases insulin sensitivity. Thus, the ability of your muscle cells to utilize available insulin to absorb glucose during and after physical activity improves significantly.

  • When your muscles contract during exercise, they have the capacity to uptake and utilize glucose for energy, even in the absence of insulin.

When you have high blood glucose levels, your body tends to store sugar as fat. EWOT, on the other hand, regulates sugar levels in your bloodstream by letting your body utilize the energy stored as fats during physical activity.

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EWOT serves as a sustainable weight-management approach that can complement your healthy diet, regular workout routine, proper hydration, and adequate sleep. Kickstart your journey to a healthier, fitter you with the goodness of oxygen!

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