Posted 20 November 2014
USN once sold an “oxygenated” water, one of the biggest scams produced by this company.
Dr Harriet Hall who writes for Skeptic magazine, has published on ScienceBasedMedicine an overview of the quackery of oxygen claims which would also pertain to this product.
” Myths about the alleged health benefits of supplemental oxygen refuse to die. Oxygen bars, diet supplements, and other products continue to be sold with fanciful claims ranging from anti-aging to improving test scores, despite a total lack of scientific evidence. It isn’t even plausible that they could raise blood oxygen levels by any significant amount.”