NutriO2 by ‘Kevin Richardson’ is one of the most insane scams I’ve ever seen. In this short review, I’m going to expose all the absurdity that characterizes this product which, by the way, is owned by the same guy behind the known scam Pure Natural Healing!
Created in May 2014, NutriO2 claims to be a ‘natural’ supplement that will cure you of virtually any disease on the planet. In Kevin’s own words, NutriO2 can cure ‘even the most severe and “incurable” ones that doctors have turned their back on…And yes… I mean it when I say any illness, infection, or disease.’
What an insane claim, right? And by the way, this same claim was also made over at Pure Natural Healing.
So this leads us to the question I’m pretty sure y’all are waiting for:
How Does NutriO2 Work?
Basically, NutriO2 works by delivering oxygen to your body cells. In other words, NutriO2 is an oxygen supplement available in drop form.
To further demonstrate the level of the absurdity of this product, NutriO2 is taken by mixing two drops in 15ml of water. For those that do not know, water ALREADY contains oxygen. This means that whenever you drink water, you are basically taking the ‘liquid’ form of oxygen. So what is the sense of taking oxygen drops?
According to Kevin, NutriO2 contains ‘ more bioavailable’ oxygen. Translation: the oxygen in water cannot be used by the body. Well if that is the case, then how do fish survive in water? Common sense, people. Common sense.
The ingredients of NutriO2 include
- Distilled water
- Salt (sodium chloride)
- Other trace elements
As you can see, all these ‘ingredients’ are already available in abundance everywhere: Oxygen in the air, water everywhere, salt everywhere…
OK. Let me pause here and jump to the main reasons why NutriO2 is a scam.
1. Kevin Richardson Does NOT Exist!
Kevin Richardson calls himself ‘a natural health researcher and practitioner.’ Well that’s a lie because he is just a stock photo you can buy at Shutterstock.com!
The photo looks familiar, right? This is because it is the same photo passed off as the ‘author’ of Pure Natural Healing. Oh … and Kevin Richardson is the author.
2. Fake Testimonials. ALL of Them Are Stock Photos!
Just like Pure Natural Healing, every single testimonial photo on NutriO2 is a stock photo you can buy at virtually every stock photo website on the web. Let’s take a look at some of them:
- ‘Joan’, the woman whose ‘testimonial’ was used as a case study in the video presentation, is a stock photo you can buy at Shutterstock, DepositPhotos, BigStockPhoto, and 123RF;
- ‘Angelina’ is a stock photo you can buy at CanStockPhoto and DepositPhotos;
- ‘Ron’ is a stock photo from Shutterstock;
- ‘Martha’ is a stock photo available for sale at Shutterstock, Fotosearch, Dreamstime, and CanStockPhoto.
It goes on and on and on.
3. Insane Claims Without Backing Evidence
As I mentioned earlier in the review, the fictional Kevin Richardson guaranteed that NutriO2 will literally cure you of any disease imaginable. That’s a pretty huge claim, akin to someone claiming that he is God – the only Being who actually heals every disease.
Much to nobody’s surprise I presume, there is absolutely no single evidence that NutriO2 works. The few real testimonials are hugely negative. This product allegedly delivers extra oxygen to body cells via liquid drops, which is unheard of in the medical world. Since we breathe in oxygen through our nose and not ‘eat’ or ‘drink’ it, I wonder how the scammers came up with this absurd idea in the first place!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY NutriO2. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: NutriO2.com
Truth About Oxygen Supplementation
To set records straight, the ONLY way of taking supplemental oxygen is through inhalation. You CAN NOT buy pure oxygen over the counter because it is a dangerous drug. For those that do not know, excess oxygen is highly toxic to human cells, as it reacts with almost any chemical in the body to produce highly reactive free radicals, which then go ahead to wreak havoc on your body, causing you to age faster among other bad things.
Truth is, you DON’T need extra oxygen even if you are suffering from a serious disease. The only time oxygen is prescribed is in ICUs, emergency rooms, and in patients with advanced stages of lung ailments like COPD and lung cancer. [NIH, Wikipedia]
Most of the ‘oxygen in drops’ supplements out there have not been proven to be safe. So I advise everyone to stay away from any ‘oxygen supplement’ being marketed online, as they are not worth your money! The oxygen in the air you breathe is more than enough for your body.
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