The obvious effect
The groundbreaking technology behind Calibreath has been developed and refined for more than ten years. The technology is based on scientific research from recent decades, and at Vitanutrix, we know just how well the technology works. In order to present the astonishing results, we have made use of the current most advanced analysis tool, as well as reputed professor, Karl E. Arfors.
Professor Karl E. Arfors, who supervised the study, has carried out research on the topic of microcirculation and inflammation, both in Sweden and the USA, for more than 45 years. Among other things, professor Arfors has published 230 medical reports and participated in research led by professor Bengt Samuelsson, one of the three 1982 Nobel Prize winners in medicine.
”In my opinion, Calibreath is one of the best ways to improve your health and vitality – the effects are remarkable”.
– Professor Karl E. Arfors.
The study began with a blood sample, an ultrasound test and a medical thermal camera measurement. Each participant was then asked to sit in a room with an active Calibreath, and breathe normally for 10 minutes. At the end of the period, a new blood test, a new ultrasound test and a new measurement with a medical thermal camera were carried out. The new results were then analysed and compared with the first tests. The process was monitored by Professor Karl E. Arfors.
The study encompassed participants with varying living habits, ages and body types. The participants volunteered for the tests and performed them without compensation. The participants had limited knowledge of Calibreath and its attributes before the test.
After using Calibreath for 10 minutes, blood analysis showed a remarkable transformation, where roleaux formations were dissolved and the erythrocytes were individually separated. Through the ultrasound analysis, a reduced tension in the muscles and a significant expansion of the blood vessels were observed.
With the help of a medical thermal camera, a distinctly increased blood circulation was observed.
Before exposure, blood samples clearly showed roleaux formations, which means the erythrocytes (red blood cells) are clumping together like rolls of coins. When these formations arise, blood circulation is reduced as it becomes more difficult for erythrocytes to pass through capillaries.
After exposure, blood analysis showed a remarkable transformation, where roleaux formations dissolved and the erythrocytes were individually separated. The results show that erythrocytes can move more freely and easily pass through capillaries.
Before exposure, the muscles showed a certain degree of tension in the resting muscle. This is a sign that suggests that the body is stressed.
After exposure, we could clearly see a reduction in the muscular tension, indicating a reduction in stress levels.
Before the exposure, we could discern that the blood vessels were slightly contracted, indicating a lower blood circulation.
After the exposure, we could clearly see the blood vessels had widened, suggesting an increase in blood circulation.
The heat generated before exposure, measured by a medical thermal camera.
The heat development after the exposure shows how blood circulation has increased significantly.