WHY DO WE NEED FRESH AIR?
The human body must have sufficient oxygen for metabolism (to convert fuel [food] into heat and energy).
Oxygen molecules bind to free-radicals and carry them out of our tissues.
The master computer of the vehicle we live in, the brain, requires 25% of the body's oxygen consumption to function efficiently, imperative for clear-thinking and memory.
Scientific evidence shows that our biological systems require a 26% oxygen concentration in the bloodstream to function efficiently.
The percentage of oxygen in the air is as little as 9% in major cities, and even less indoors, inside buildings.
Air contamination, especially indoor air pollution, is listed by the Environmental Protection Agency among the top 5 Health Hazards in America today.
It should be of great concern to everyone that the lack of oxygen in the polluted air we breathe is one of the greatest threats to human health.
There IS something we can do to improve indoor air quality right now.
Plants and trees have long been known to continuously produce fresh oxygen. It has been discovered by NASA scientists developing life-sustaining space stations that certain plants and trees also remove harmful particles, gases, and contaminants (such as formaldehyde and benzene) from the air.
When present in sufficient quantity, living in our homes and offices, carefully selected plants and trees will add oxygen, purify the air, and significantly improve indoor air quality to a life-sustaining, healthy level.
LET'S BRING THE GREEN INSIDE SO WE CAN BREATHE FRESH AIR AGAIN!