Cellfood versus Oxygen Elements Max??

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by Bunchy, Dec 23, 2008.

  1. Bunchy

    Bunchy New Member

    I've used the Oxygen Elements Max for a few years on and off but have decided to try the Cellfood instead as people here gave good feedback.

    I'm also trying it because it said that it contained electrolytes and wondered if it might help with my constant excessive thirst and peeing !!! (no I haven't got Diabetes Insipidus BTW)

    Anyone else notice a difference on Cellfood? Especially with regards to thirst etc?

    Love Bunchy x
  2. Bunchy

    Bunchy New Member

    Thanks for that info - I don't eat much salt but when I do, it's pure sea salt. Catseye posted something about upping my salt intake a while ago but I got a sudden rise in BP due to a stressful period (usually very low BP) so did not think it was a good idea at the time to up the salt intake.

    Yes I decided to try Cellfood because I remembered others posting that electrolytes had helped them with a number of issues.

    Having eliminated some foods/cchemicals that I had not realised were causing me to feel worse, I feel marginally better but the thirst thing really bothers me. I was also hoping the Cellfood might be more helpful than the other oxygen supplement in terms of muscle pain and fatigue.

    I'll let you know how I get on.

    Happy holidays,

    Love Bunchy x
  3. Bunchy

    Bunchy New Member

    I hope you had a nice day!

    I will take your advice on how to take the cellfood.

    I have been diagniosed with ME by two different specialists in the UK and borderline FM by two others. I have a lot of central and peripheral nervous system complications though, some of which I personally don't think fit the picture. However they have found nothing else in twenty years of testing except for a raised ANA, RF and sed rate multiple times.

    I will get my doc to check my electrolytes next appointment as she hasn't checked them since the thirst and pee problems got this bad.

    Thanks for your advice :)

    Love Bunchy x
    [This Message was Edited on 12/25/2008]
  4. Bunchy

    Bunchy New Member

    Glad you had such a nice day :)

    I'll have a good look at that other thread you mentioned - was too foggy to process the info last night when I saw it.

    I've noticed that some days the thirst/peeing is worse than others - not sure why though.

    Happy New Year to you,

    Love Bunchy x
  5. Waynesrhythm

    Waynesrhythm Member

    Hi Bunchy, Hi Rainbow,

    I've tried both Oxygen Elements Plus (not sure if it's the same thing as MAX) and OxyLift. They both claim to create ozone (O3) in the body. I recently started taking Cellfood, which is supposed to create extra oxygen (O2) in the body. I've discovered that my body likes the Cellfood best, although I did benefit from the other two products.

    Bunchy, regarding your chronic thrist: I was chronically thirsty and dehydrated for many years until I discovered electrolysis water. I used to drink so much water and pee all the time, but still felt incredibly thirsty. Electrolysis breaks down water clusters from a normal of approx. 15-18 molecules per cluster to about 5-6. After several weeks of drinking this water, I finally felt rehydrated. (incredible relief!)

    To have electrolysis water in your home, you need an electrolysis water machine, which easily hooks up directly to your kitchen tap. These can run anywhere from $500-$1,000 and more. They generally have the electrolysis feature, but are also able to supply alkaline water that's filtered through a charcoal filter. They also say it has antioxidant benefits with 'free floating electrons' the smallest molecular antioxidant there is.

    It's a bit pricey, but they really never break down. The filters (about $75) last about 1-2 years. I've heard the Japanese models are better quality than some of the Korean models that are out there.

    The particular model I bought was called a PJ-A3-AH, and is made by a subsidiary of Panasonic. I'm not necessarily recommending it, although I've been happy with it. Just thought it might be a starting point for you if you're interested in researching it.

    I think I remember reading (Teitelbaum perhaps) that chronic thirst can be indicative of hormonal imbalances.

    Regards, Wayne

    P.S. Electrolysis water used on dairy farms increases milk production by about 20% and cuts veterinary costs by over half.
    [This Message was Edited on 12/30/2008]
  6. Bunchy

    Bunchy New Member

    In these times of credit crisis, I don't have the money to spend on what you suggested although I wish I did as it sounds great.

    Any cheaper ideas??

    Love Bunchy x