Oxygen-Boosting H2O Physiologically Impossible, Class Says

Law360, New York (August 8, 2012, 8:14 PM EDT) -- A putative class of consumers sued the makers of Oxygizer water Tuesday in California over allegations the company falsely represented the positive health benefits of its “hyperoxygenated” water.

Plaintiff Ani Ghazarian claims Austrian company Oxy Beverages Handelsgesellschaft mbH — which has American operations in Los Angeles — advertises that its oxygen-infused Oxygizer water increases the level of oxygen in the human body and thereby improves athletic performance and recovery time, when in fact such effects are physiologically impossible.

“Unlike fish, which use gills to absorb oxygen...
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