Super supplement, Zell Oxygen Plus.
By Elva Carri.
The makers of Zell Oxygen Plus will be at the Natural Health Expo next weekend 20-21 September in the RDS, Dublin if you want to find out more, ask them your questions or pick some up. We can’t wait to be there ourselves to check out all the great exhibitors and speakers.
I grew up in a family where every ill was first approached with Vitamin C and garlic. Today when I go to buy Vitamin C, or garlic capsules as a much nicer alternative to munching the hot cloves down straight, I’m met with rows and rows of not only different types of these products, but also a host of other combinations, supplements and endless possibilities. On every occasion where I’ve felt lost in the sea of it all, health food shop assistants have been incredible in helping me navigate my way through them, leaving confident that I’ve purchased the right little bottle of magic.
Ron Donaghy is one of these wonderfully knowledgeable people, having run a health food store in County Antrim himself, but admits he spent a small fortune on supplements for his own health issues and hadn’t seen the great results he hoped for. So when the previous store owner recommended Zell Oxygen to him, he says it was hard not to be sceptical. “After a couple of bottles I was amazed at the difference.” And it wasn’t only Ron seeing improvements. In a TV interview discussing her health, local woman Marie Vaughan mentioned the benefits she had seen from taking Zell Oxygen. The next day the shop was overrun with people looking to get their hands on it and Ron says that’s when he began to see the wide variety of problems the supplement seemed to tackle.
Although Zell Oxygen Plus might sound like the supplement you’d find in a futuristic sci-fi film, it’s actually been around since 1969. It was developed in Germany by Dr. Wolz and Nobel prize winner Professor Lunen. What makes it unique is that it transports nutrients directly to the body’s mitochondria system using special yeast cells that are almost identical to human cells.