Physician Climbs Mount Everest With No Oxygen
Irving, Texas, September 20, 2020 --- Denis Brown, M.D., 47, a family physician living in British Columbia, made his third attempt in eight years to climb Mt. Everest without supplemental Oxygen. This time, adding a potent new antioxidant to his regime, and despite being older, he made it!
Denis Brown was just an infant when Sir Edmund Hillary and his Sherpa guide, Tenzing Norgay, first ascended Mount Everest. The mountain continues to be as challenging to climbers as in the past. Bad weather and treacherous conditions still claim lives.
"On my first trip to Everest in 1991, I reached 26,000 feet. On my second trip to Everest in 1994, I reached 28,000 feet before hypothermia, exhaustion and total lack of energy forced me to abandon my attempt. This year, I reached the south summit at 28,750 feet. I suffer from exercise-induced asthma and I was not using bottled oxygen, so I am very pleased with that achievement."
Everest is the world's tallest mountain with a north summit at 29,028 feet. The air is so thin near the top of the mountain, that even the strongest climbers carry oxygen tanks to help them breath and to protect them from altitude sickness. During altitude sickness, the decreased oxygen in the atmosphere produces symptoms such as shortness of breath, headaches and nosebleeds. When the brain experiences a pathological deficiency of oxygen, called hypoxia, a climber may experience disorientation, hallucinations and, in the rugged conditions of Everest, almost certain death.
In his practice, Dr. Brown had begun to use an antioxidant named Microhydrinâ. He was impressed with the increased energy experienced by his patients, and with studies indicating increased cellular hydration, NADH production (energy), and reduced oxidative stress. He decided to see if this antioxidant would help his own endurance and oxygen efficiency during the climb.
Dr. Brown began taking Microhydrin two weeks before his departure for the Himalayan Mountains and continued daily dosages during his climb. "I initially started on four capsules a day, and increased that to six. Two weeks prior to the actual summit attempt, I began taking four capsules twice daily." With the use of Microhydrin*, he not only climbed higher than he ever had before, but he felt stronger and recovered more quickly.
"There is no question in my mind," says Dr. Brown, "that I felt much fitter and healthier on this trip."
Microhydrin*, is a dietary supplement in the form of an extremely small mineral colloid processed by proprietary technology with food-grade minerals, to which hydrogen anions have been attached. Anions are hydrogen atoms which carry extra electrons. Like electrons available in fresh fruits and vegetables, the electrons in this concentrated form provide nutritional support to the biophysical characteristics of body fluids. Electrons, supplied by hydrogen anions, were called "The Fuel Of Life" by Nobel Laureate Albert Szent-Gyorgyi. They are necessary for optimal cell function, energy, oxygen exchange, absorption of nutrients, and the removal of toxins. Electrons also support cell hydration which is critical to the development of muscle tissue, and neutralize free radicals, such as lactic acid, which tend to build up during exercise or other forms of stress.
Microhydrin® is a registered trade mark of RBC Life Sciences, Inc. (RBC) a subsidiary of GlobeNet International I Inc. (OTC GNII:BB). RBC develops and markets advanced nutritional supplements through its headquarters in Irving, Texas and nine foreign offices.