What Can Tire Pressure Teach Us about Our Blood Cells?
Television commercials and magazine ads abound, telling you to consult with your physician about taking this or that medication to regulate blood pressure. And while that may be good advice for some people, did you know that there is another very necessary but very different kind of blood pressure that is seldom discussed or addressed by most doctors? Yet, if it is insufficient, your overall health and wellness might be at risk regardless of what your “official” blood pressure readings might show. Do you know what it is and why it is so important?
The blood pressure you are used to
If you have you checked your “blood pressure” lately, you got a readout of two numbers. Written like a fraction, the first or top number (“systolic” – sihs-TAHL-ihk) tells you the pressure of the stream of blood as the heart pumps it through your arteries and veins. The lower or bottom number (“diastolic” – DIE-eh-STAHL-ihk) is the measure of the pressure of the blood stream in between heart beats, sometimes referred to as “resting” pressure.
As your physician will tell you, they are both important numbers to know and monitor.
The medical community generally advises that the systolic (top number) be no more than 120 and that the diastolic (bottom number) be no higher than 80. Stress, inflammation, illness, disease, improper diet and behaviors can all have a negative impact on your blood pressure.
The harder your heart has to work to get the blood cells where they have to go, the greater the long term strain on that very vital organ. Over time, an overworked or overloaded heart tends to get a bit difficult to live with – in every sense of the meanings of those words.
The blood pressure you may not have heard about
But there is another extremely important pressure to monitor that does not show up by using a blood pressure cuff. It’s the pressure, not of the STREAM of blood cells coursing through your body. It is the pressure WITHIN the INDIVIDUAL BLOOD CELLS in that stream.
It’s pretty simple to understand. Think of the blood stream as a river or creek and your blood cells as a bunch of inner tubes floating in and carried by the stream.
Which brings us to the question in our title, “What Can Tire Pressure Teach Us about Our Blood Cells?”
Picture it. If you were to try to ride on an under-inflated inner tube in a rapidly moving river, your journey would be a bit precarious, and your health and safety would be in jeopardy. Why? First, you wouldn’t float very well. Second, unable to float well, your tube could not carry all of your weight (to say nothing of all of your important supplies).
Third, you would likely wind up on the rocks or on the bank rather than navigating the rapids having the time of your life. Fourth, you would be ill-equipped to avoid collisions with other floating objects. Your inability to float would make you a sitting target for other rapidly moving objects.
For maximum buoyancy and long-term survivability in the rapids, the inner-tube must be fully inflated. End of story.
Your blood cells and blood stream are really no different.
Your individual blood cells have “passengers” or “cargo” they must carry. If they are under-inflated, like a flaccid inner tube, they crumple and become poor flotation and transport “vehicles”.
In our metaphoric comparison, the “tire pressure” of your blood cell “innertube” is called the “osmotic” (ahz-MAH-tik – from “osmosis”) pressure.
The ideal osmotic pressure within a blood cell makes it fully “inflated”, fully round, fully capable of doing its job of transporting nutrients to all of your body’s cells and simultaneously hauling away the garbage/wastes left over after ingestion (taking in of nutrition) and respiration (taking in of oxygen).
The other blood pressure “test”
There is no ordinary test to precisely measure the relative osmotic pressure of your blood cells. But there is one that is quite effective and that is more like the visual test you do (or should do) before you get in your car.
Consider yourself a safe driver? Want to avoid potentially dangerous situations? Visually check to see if all the tires appear to be fully inflated. Flat or under-inflated tires are not safe for driving – to say nothing of their costs in tire wear and lowered mpg efficiencies.
The test for osmotic pressure is visual as well, seen with a “Live Blood” study or a Nutritional Cell Analysis performed by a certified technician. Under powerful magnification, you will be able to see if your red blood cells are fully “inflated” or not. If they are, they will have a distinctively round shape to them, they will move independently of other blood cells, and they will have a definite movement to them.
If they are in appearance like a flattened tire, just like a flat tire, they will not be round, they will jam or stick together with other deflated cells, and they will not move very easily – sometimes not at all.
But there is an even simpler “test” or at least a way to insure that your blood cells are properly “inflated”.
Just take some ZorbMax™, the amazing, patent-pending electromagnetically-charged, nano-sized trace minerals available exclusively from LiveSmart 360.
Zorb-Max is found in several of the LiveSmart 360 nutritional products – like the world-exclusive Manna 360™ total nutrition for the day “Super Shake”. But it is also available in a handy pocket or purse-sized spray called “360 Mist” that can travel with you to be used at any time you think your blood cells may have gone “flat”.
Instead of constantly doing live blood tests, just spray some of the 360 Mist in your mouth – many of our Members and Customers prefer to spray it under their tongues, and you will have virtually guaranteed that your blood cells will inflate or re-inflate to their optimum osmotic pressure, ready to do the work they were Divinely designed to accomplish.
It’s that simple. It’s that effective.
So, “What Does Tire Pressure Teach Us about Our Blood Cells?”
Just as you won’t travel very well or far without a tremendous expenditure of energy and effort with flattened tires, you won’t “travel” well or far on “flat” blood cells, either. Fix those “flats”, and see the difference in how your body responds to the nutrition you feed it. Your “mileage” will definitely improve!
• During the month of August, you can get FOUR 360 Mists for $119.99, and LiveSmart 360 will GIVE you FOUR MORE – ABSOLUTELY FREE.
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