STRUCTURED WATER VS UNSTRUCTURED WATER WHAT IS BETTER FOR YOU?

Nov 19, 2018

Why structured water equals better hydration

The 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded jointly to Peter Agre for discovering aquaporins. Aquaporins form pores in the cell membrane, allowing only one water molecule to traverse the channel’s pores at a time.

Water from mountain creeks, pristine river systems, and underground quavers is structured water that seemingly interacts with cell membrane aquaporins. This kind of water the body cells can absorb effectively and efficiently due to its perfectly formed geometric molecular structure (see picture on the RIGHT)

Unstructured water, like tap, filtered, or bottled water, has large, chaotic formed clusters of water molecules (see left picture ), making it harder to get through the cell membrane aquaporins. It, therefore, can leave people feeling bloated or dehydrated, even though they drink ample water during the day.

When water goes through artificial processes like dams, municipality treatments, giant pumps, high-pressure environments, old networks of underground pipes with unnatural sharp (90-degree) corners and or factory bottling treatments and filter treatments this water is no longer the same when it came out of nature.

The ramifications of all these artificial, unnatural processes cannot be underestimated.

Therefore, water must be structured before you drink it, as it happens in nature. When you structure your tap water with a vortex-structured water unit, you mimic what happens in a mountain stream. Un-naturally formed clusters are broken up naturally through the double vortexing movement into beautifully original geometrically shaped sets (see the picture to your RIGHT).

Like in nature, these newly perfectly formed geometric molecular structures can organise themselves instantly into a string format so that one molecule at a time can pass through the aquaporin of the cell; it is rapidly absorbed, leaving our cells hydrated, detoxed, and energised.

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