I first heard out about Cellfood from Kris Carr (years ago), and never got around to trying it. But, when I started using and loving Microbe Formulas Biomolecular Oxygen last year (which has helped me tremendously, BTW), I was curious to see if there were any other comparable products out there.
Cellfood is considered the world’s no. 1-selling oxygen and nutrient supplement! It contains 129 essential nutrients, including a wide variety of trace minerals, enzymes, and amino acids, for deep cellular cleansing, and optimal health – via oxygenation.
Quick absorption increases nutrient delivery at the cellular level, by both oxygenating, and feeding the cells at the same time, and is considered an incomparable way to keep the biological terrain of the body extraordinarily clean – through free radical removal.
Cellfood’s proprietary, ionic formula (made with Deuterium Sulfate – an isotope of
Hydrogen) is also one of the only branded products listed in the NIH PubMed Database – see a bunch of studies to back up their claims, here. And, it’s been around for over 50 years, and is currently sold in over 90 countries around the world. Read more about it, here.
- Cellular Oxygenation
- Normalizes pH
- Neutralizes Free Radicals
- Nutrient Absorption
- Immune System Function
- Enhanced Energy Levels
- Breathing Function
- Mental Alertness and Concentration
- Injury Recovery
- Digestion, Regularity, and Elimination
- Lactic and Uric Acid Removal
- Neurological Balance
How to Use Cellfood
Serving Size: 8 drops in 8 oz. of Purified Water, up to 3 x’s a day. Or, you can add about 24 drops to your water Bottle each day. I just add it to whatever I’m drinking – electrolytes (I like: Redmond Re-Lyte, LMNT, or Ultima Replenisher), juices, smoothies, iced teas, etc. FYI: it does change the taste of your water a little, so I’ve found that adding it to something with flavor (like electrolytes) helps! BTW, 1 bottle is about a 30-day supply.
DISCLAIMER: I’m not a Doctor, & don’t play one on the Internet! So, this obviously isn’t Medical Advice… just my personal experience.
Since both companies have proprietary formulas, there’s no real way for me to make a direct comparison between the two products. The ingredients that I do know of in each, are a little different, (from what I can tell), and so far – neither one seems to be a replacement for the other, for me.
At the moment, I’m still liking the Microbe Formulas Biomolecular Oxygen particularly in my Coffee Enemas, topically on my skin, as well as in a small glass of water (along with Microbe Formulas MitoRestore). And, I’m using CellFood strictly in my drinks (in the mornings, before and after workouts, etc. because it gives me energy). I’ll continue to keep trying to use CellFood in different ways though, since I know things can change metabolically, over time. Hope this was helpful!