There are a number of particularly powerful antioxidants that manifest themselves in relation to tumors as oxygenators, i.e. increase the consumption of oxygen by cancer cells. Eventually oncolite or die because they are anaerobic tissues adapted to oxygen-free metabolism (metabolism), or go to the metabolism of normal cells.
The biological and physiological essence of oxygenator substances, although in many ways similar to antioxidants, but at the same time has significant differences. The main task of oxygenators is to increase the level of oxygen respiration in the cell.
All antioxidants of bioflavonoid  group have amphoteric, i.e. acid and alkaline properties simultaneously. They retain their stability with any change in pH. With any deviations in the body in the direction of acidification or latching, they compensate for these changes in the right direction for the body. Thus, the homeostasis of the environment is maintained.
Antioxidants have a different angle of deviation of their amphoteric properties in the direction of acidity or alkalinity. For some species, changes begin at pH 6.5, for others-at pH 7.5.
The range of effects of various antioxidants is huge, but to fight cancer cells require certain substances, “working” in the range, which react onkokletki. Unfortunately, while such antioxidants are selected empirically.
One of the strongest natural oxygenators is the active substance of red beet — betaine, which improves cellular respiration. Thanks to him, cancer cells are able to increase the absorption of oxygen by almost 10 times! The same strengths oxygenators properties of chlorophyll.
The most amazing thing is that the oxygen obtained by cells when using red beet, chlorophyll and many other natural oxygenators, begins to be absorbed by tumor cells. Somehow they favor the transfer of cancer cells from anaerobic respiration to aerobic respiration. In turn, the strengthening of aerobic processes restores their normal functions and leads to the degeneration of the tumor into normal tissues.
Highly are natural oxygenators quercetin, the red pigment of the beet betaine, anthocyanins peel of black grapes, red wine, blueberry, Saskatoon, St. John’s wort, and yellow pigments of the flowers of iris marsh, etc.
Unfortunately, they do not have enough power to provide a complete cure and can only serve as an adjunct therapy.
For example, to show at least a slight positive effect in the treatment of leukemia, it is necessary to drink at least 10-20 cups of green tea daily. The polyphenolic substance betaine contained in beets can inhibit the growth of cancer cells, as it is an antioxidant and an anticarcinogen. There are cases of healing from cancer with beet juice, however, the effective dose begin with the ingestion of 600 ml of juice per day.
In this regard, the question arises: what substances or products and how much should be used for complete healing or to achieve positive dynamics?