Mar 11, 2022
Every drop of water that you drink is not always H2O; sometimes it
is D2O. There are three isotopes of hydrogen: protium, deuterium
and tritium. One glass of water has on average 6 drops of D2O
(deuterium), which doesn't sound like a lot, but over several years
it adds up and impairs the ATPase of the mitochondria.
Robert Slovak and Victor Sagalovsky are the founders of a company called Litewater. They offer deuterium depleted water that is the lowest parts per million of any available, which makes it the most affordable to use for a deuterium depletion strategy.
They describe the exact mechanisms how deuterium impairs mitochondrial energy production, quantum tunneling, and decreases oxygen utilization. They answer questions from listeners including: thoughts on primary water, kangen water, freezing water at home to make your own DDW and the synergy between DDW and molecular hydrogen tablets.
Order Litewater: https://www.drinklitewater.com
Use the discount code BLACKBURN to save 10% on your first order
My website: www.matt-blackburn.com
Mitolife products: www.mitolife.co
Music by George Henner: https://georgehenner.bandcamp.com