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Space Research

Since 1996, QRS has been tested in the Russian MIR spacestation program. It was installed to counteract calcium depletion incosmonauts’ bones. Men and women engaged in long-term space missions, facedecreasing bone density because they cannot exercise properly in a weightlessstate. (Weightlessness produces no-impact aerobics.) When QRS was introduced,however, it improved circulatory problems, increased amounts of oxygen in thebloodstream, boosted cell metabolism, and gave space travellers additional energy.The QRS system brings these benefits to us right down on Earth.


Professor Dr. J. Waldman (left) and Professor Dr. med. V. M. Baranov (right), speakers at the QRS Symposium 2001 in Darmstadt, Germany

“In order to maintain good health, our cosmonauts need to use the QRS on their flight to Mars!” Professor Dr. med. V. M. Baranov, medical Director at EUROSPACE in Moscow

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