Metabolism of Proteins, Lipids, and Carbohydrates Depends and Breathing

- Updated on September 24, 2019

Metabolism of Proteins, Lipids, and Carbohydrates Depends and Breathing 1By Dr. Artour Rakhimov, Alternative Health Educator and Author

Proofread by Thijs Oosting Proofreader on Aug 30, 2019


For information about the role of CO2 in glutamine synthesis, visit the following web page: Glutamine: Synthesized in the Brain… If You Breathe Correctly

CO2 model Apart from the fact that CO2 regulates glutamine synthesis, it also participates in chemical reactions involving the metabolism of various vitamins, minerals, proteins, amino acids, lipids, carbohydrates, and many other substances.

Since the majority of people have low brain and body-oxygen levels due to ineffective breathing (see links at the bottom of the page), it is normal that many of these chemical reactions are distorted. For example, hypoxic cells generate free radicals, which favor chronic inflammation and an acidic cellular environment. As a result, ineffective breathing adversely affects dozens and maybe even hundreds of chemical reactions in the human body.

Amino acids: arginine, glutamine, cystein, etc.Therefore, the metabolism of proteins, lipids and carbohydrates, the efficiency of the immune system, regulation of hormones, blood sugar levels, and many other chemicals, are all connected to breathing. Clinical experience of about 200 Russian Buteyko MDs, suggests that many severe abnormalities in the metabolism of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates arise when a person has less than 20 seconds for the DIY body oxygen test.

The following is a link to a scientific paper that provides exact formulas for some of these chemical reactions involving crucial body chemicals. The article, “The Role of Carbon Dioxide in the Vital Processes of the organism” (Kazarinov, 1991) has Peter Kolb’s (Biomed Eng) comments in {…} brackets.