I agree with Twixlen. Leftovers, out of respect for the Jury Room, Liz, and Walker, please message me or email me (email@example.com) and we can continue this outside of the thread.
I will say however that I've read the study that you referenced multiple times and it does nothing to refute the efficacy of ingested oxygen in combating the toxic effects of alcohol. formula AM is meant specifically for that purpose and we've never made any claims that it can enable anyone to jump higher or run faster. The article actually supports many of the points I've already made. Dr. Knuttgen also offers no objective data to back up his comments regarding oxygen escaping into the atmosphere when the container is opened or whether ingested oxygen is able to increase the partial pressure of oxygen in portal venous blood. I can cite several papers that document a significant rise in portal venous oxygen after ingestion of oxygen infused water via direct catheter measurements in the vein itself.
You'll also notice that out of the five brands of oxygenated water that were tested only one was able to retain an increased level of oxygen in solution. You'll also notice that this brand was the only one that was bottled in a glass container (as opposed to plastic). I actually used this very study and several others that have researched the retention rates of oxygen in arterial blood gas samples in plastic vs. glass syringes to design our bottle. To answer your question, formula AM is bottled at 65ppm, which is roughly nine times the oxygen content in normal water. Again, if you'd like to discuss things further or would like more information on the studies I've made reference to feel free to message me. I appreciate your interest in us.