Microvessels (capillaries) make up almost 74% of all blood vessels in the body. If stretched out in one continuous path, they would amass more than 74,000 miles. The heart is the engine that pumps blood through the main arteries and keeps us going, but it requires the added power of the autonomous pumping motion of the microvessels. It is these tiny vessels that rely on energy to properly function and effectively reach all cells, organs, and tissues in our body.
Oxygenated red blood cells are the life-force energy delivery system in the body. Entering from the arteries carrying nutrients and oxygen throughout the capillary system to all organs, tissues, and cells in the body. As nutrients and oxygen are delivered to the cell, via the blood, the cell discards Carbon Dioxide and other wastes for removal. The Veins then process the removal of the waste material, which is not suitable for making new cells. To remain healthy, one must adequately remove this waste material from the body.