25ppm Deuterium Depleted Water
1 Carton contains 36 x 500ml (16.9fl oz) bottles
Note: The expiry date on the bottles (30/09/19) has lapsed. Water is a non-perishable product and retains all its properties including a super low 25 ppm deuterium level. However, DDW is a consumable product and is required by law to have an expiration date.
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For Intracellular Hydration
Deuterium Depleted Water
25 ppm – 84% lower than most water globally
What is Deuterium?
Deuterium is a rare but naturally occurring stable isotope of hydrogen. It contains a proton and an extra neutron, which makes it twice the mass (weight/size) of regular hydrogen. Like hydrogen, deuterium is in the food you eat, the water you drink and the air you breathe.
Deuterium is not a contaminant and plays a vital role in biological processes, especially in the early years of life.
If we live the way nature intended (outdoors and technology free) our bodies can easily regulate deuterium levels in our body. However, most people tend to spend 95% of their time indoors under artificial light surrounded by microwave emitting technology.
Under modern living conditions, deuterium can build up in your mitochondria over time and clog your energy generating ATPase nanomotors. Every 3.5 times your nanomotor spins, one molecule of ATP is made. Only hydrogen can spin the ATPase nanomotor. Deuterium cannot spin the nanomotor and in many tissues it can destroy it. As deuterium flows into the cell matrix less ATP is made. The higher the levels of deuterium in your mitochondria, the less energy you can produce and the more likely you will develop a chronic disease.
Your body also loses its ability to clear itself of deuterium as you age. Deuterium levels can also increase when you spend lots of time in an indoor technology filled environment, if you eat highly processed foods, foods naturally loaded with deuterium foods (e.g. fruits and grains) and experience poor quality sleep.
Why is DDW Water More Expensive Than Other Bottled Water?
Commercial quantities of deuterium depleted water (DDW) can only be made by using ultra-purifying water technology. It requires a large-scale processing plant constructed with food grade stainless steel and requires vast amounts of energy (8-12 kW/litre) to produce DDW.
Here is a basic summary of how our manufacturing process creates the world’s lowest deuterium depleted water by mechanically separating hydrogen from deuterium.
Deuterium Levels in Perspective
HOW OTHER WATER COMPARES GLOBALLY
Decades of Published Scientific Research on Deuterium Depleted Water
The biological role of deuterium depleted water (DDW) began in mid-1960’s when former Soviet Union scientists studied two population groups in different geographical areas of Russia. Both communities had an unusually high percentage of elderly but perfectly healthy senior citizens. Their diets where vastly different but both groups lived in high altitudes on the top of mountains and consumed glacial water. The scientist hypothesized that it was the consumption of glacial water was the primary reason for their populations longevity and good health. Glacial waters are naturally lower in deuterium (120-30 ppm) than normal tap water (140-160 ppm).
In the last 20 years there have been hundreds of scientific papers published by Hungarian, Russian, American, Chinese, Indian and Iranian researchers on the unique properties of DDW.
Most of the research published on DDW originates from Russia and Eastern Europe. The Russian Government now includes DDW as a drug free treatment and prophylaxis as part of a strategy for healthy lifestyle and chronic disease prevention.
“Experiments on plants show a general increase in productivity, e.g. 56% in wheat and up to 250% in cucumbers and radishes.
“Experiments on chickens found 50% decrease in mortality and doubling in the number of eggs laid.
“Experiments on mice lead to a life expectancy increase of 50% and an increase in sexual activity.
The exact biological mechanisms that drive the biological effects of depleted deuterium are not fully established. They might be directly related to deuterium’s interferences on cellular enzymes, DNA structure and protein folding. However, recent research suggests it is the modification/replacement of the deuterium concentrations with hydrogen in the TCA/urea metabolic cycles, improving ATPase nanometer spin rates in our mitochondria that best explains the biochemical mechanism.