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so let’s talk about how to strengthen your red blood cell but before I talk about that I need to explain what a red blood cell does in your body they’re called three-throw sites okay and they’re there as a method of carrying oxygen and what they have in this red blood cell it’s like a sack with a bunch of hemoglobin and that’s basically filled with iron and it connects to oxygen so allows oxygen to be transported through the body and in one red blood cell you have 270 million hemoglobin molecules so it’s quite a bit of oxygen that cell is carrying your body makes 2.4 million red blood cells every single second and they’re made in a factory inside your long bones a red blood cell will last between 100 and 120 days and it takes about one minute for a red blood cell to travel from your lung all the way through your body and back to the lung so what the red blood cell is doing it’s going to the tiny capillaries and it’s getting squished and it’s pushing the oxygen into the tissues that way and it comes back without oxygen and then you breathe and it gets reoxygenate it just does this over and over and over the interesting thing about the red blood cell is it has no nucleus that’s the center of the cell it has no DNA or RNA now what’s interesting about that is that viruses use your DNA to replicate so the viruses can’t hurt or mess with your red blood cells now as far as the quantity of red blood cell you have between 20 and 30 trillion red blood cells that makes up 70% of all of your cells so you have a lot of red blood cells in your body the other interesting thing about the red blood cell is that it can’t use ketones for fuel it uses glucose now you might say well oh well where is that going to come from well your body can very easily make glucose it’s called gluconeogenesis it could make it from ketones it can make it from fat it can make it from protein so you don’t need to consume glucose to feed your red blood cell now if you’re deficient in red blood cells like you’re anemic whether you have an iron deficiency or a b12 deficiency and I don’t want to create a video on problems with your red blood cell at this point but if you do have not enough red blood cells you’re gonna be tired shortness of breath you’re gonna feel weak because you you don’t have enough oxygen through the body so now the question is what can you do to strengthen your red blood cells well first of all to make sure you have enough iron okay but not too much and you want to make sure you have b12 very very important okay but there’s something else you can do and it’s called intermittent hypoxia training now what does that mean intermittent meaning you’re gonna do something and then not do it hypoxia meaning without oxygen or low oxygen training a lot of top athletes do this and there’s quite a bit of research whether they use a mask when they’re working out or they’re in a chamber or they have a hypoxic tent there’s many different ways to actually do this training so basically you starve oxygen to the body for a little bit and then you breathe back in forth now what I like to do is I like to use a hypoxic mask not what I’m doing a certain type of exercises where I’m not breathing very much I like to do it when I’m hopping and puffing so I will wear this mask for about two minutes and then I’ll take it off for two minutes and I’ll put it on for two minutes and I’ll restrict my oxygen I’ve done other videos on hyperbaric oxygen therapy which is really really cool because it puts oxygen into your brain into your tissues it’s very therapeutic what’s fascinating about this therapy it’s the exact opposite we’re taking oxygen from the body now at first you might think wow this is a stupid thing to do but if you really understand what’s happening it’s actually quite smart when you starve the body of oxygen for a short period of time not a long period of time you trigger certain genes that create significant changes within the red blood cell you increase the red blood cell production by up to ten times so instead of making 2.4 million red blood cells every single second you’re making 30 million red blood cells every second that is HUGE you also increase the size of the red blood cell now what is the significance of this you’re basically gonna carry way more oxygen so when you do a workout or exercise you’re gonna last a lot longer when you sleep you’re gonna sleep better you’re gonna have a better quality of sleep and also there’s various therapeutic benefits to things like chronic lung disease or asthma or hypertension diabetes or even Parkinson’s so you’re driving more oxygen to the tissues and if there’s an area of your body that’s not healing well this can help it it will also stimulate your antioxidant reserve especially in the heart and that’s why this therapy is also a cardio protective as well as neural protective so if you want more information about in a minute hypoxic therapy I created a video it’s right here check it out 

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This interesting form of training may help boost your red blood cell production. 


0:05 Red blood cells function 
2:19 What if you’re deficient in red blood cells
2:42 How to boost red blood cells 
3:01 What is intermittent hypoxia training? 
3:50 Hyperbaric oxygen therapy 
4:17 Benefits of intermittent hypoxic training 

In this video, we’re going to talk about how to strengthen your red blood cell.

What do red blood cells do?

• Red blood cells are called erythrocytes. They are there as a method of carrying oxygen. 

• Your body makes 2.4 million red blood cells per second. 

• Red blood cells are made in a factory inside of your long bones. 

• A red blood cell will last between 100-120 days.

• It takes 60 seconds for a red blood cell to travel from your lung, through your body, and back to your lung. 

• It has no nucleus or DNA. Viruses use your DNA to replicate, so viruses can’t hurt red blood cells. 

• You have between 20-30 trillion red blood cells. That makes up 70% of all of your cells. 

• The red blood cell can’t use ketones as fuel. It uses glucose. Your body makes its own glucose (gluconeogenesis). You don’t need to consume glucose to feed the red blood cell.

If you’re deficient in red blood cells, you might feel:

• Fatigue 
• Shortness of breath 
• Weakness

How to strengthen red blood cells:

• Make sure you have enough iron (but not too much)
• Make sure you have enough B12
• Intermittent hypoxia training 

What is intermittent hypoxia training? 

Intermittent—you’re going to do something and then not do it. 

Hypoxia—without oxygen or low oxygen.

With intermittent hypoxia training, you starve oxygen to the body for a little bit, and then you breathe, and you do this back and forth. 

I like to use a hypoxic mask, but not for exercises where I’m not breathing very much. I like to use the mask for exercises where I’m huffing and puffing. I wear this mask for 2 minutes, and then I take it off for 2 minutes and repeat. 

When you starve the body of oxygen for a short period of time:

• You trigger certain genes that create changes within the red blood cell
• You increase red blood cell production by up to 10x
• You increase the size of the red blood cell
• You stimulate your antioxidant reserve 

By doing intermittent hypoxia training, you’re going to carry way more oxygen, so when you exercise, you’ll last a lot longer. You will sleep better, and it may have therapeutic benefits for certain diseases.

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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