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Deuterium depleted water for Australians ,the options

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by Brent Patrick, Nov 3, 2017.

  1. Brent Patrick

    Brent Patrick Silver

    The water around your mitochondria the EZ is built from IR-A and exspanded by UV.The EZ cannot expand if deuterium is present.
    Your drinking water is important especially when we talk about your latitude.High Deuterium Latitudes such as Aust ...DDW are a must other than an option.If you were to harvest plenty of sunlight but didnt check the type of water you consume (DDW) then I consider that one step forward two steps back.
    Best to tick as many boxes as possible to produce quality mitochondrial water.

    Mexico with its cenotes has DDW yes coupled with magnetism 100"s of times stronger than other parts of the planet and sunlight all year round .
    Back too..

    Light ,water & magnetism
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2018
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  2. brandie

    brandie CherokeeSol

    So aside from Oz, drink DDW 24/7 could be bad? Can one be too DD?
    I agree with undoing sunlight exposure with high deuterium consumption, but based on experience I would say it's more like two steps forward one step back in the case of "plenty" of sun exposure.
    My point is that it seems people get caught up in mastering the water before it's in the body rather than mastering the water within the body.
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  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold



    [qu ote="Jack Kruse, post: 230135, member: 1031"]They key that food gurus/public/non members DO NOT know as scale shrinks, as it does in a mitochondrial matrix, the electromagnetic force gets STRONGER not weaker. This means the deuterium effect is MAGNIFIED in the cristae to have larger effect than would expect than if it was used in a lab or a drug. When you’re clueless about how scale affects the 4 forces differently, you lose perspective of what really matters in biology inside the matrix. I have a deep sense this is the real reason nature favors H+ over D as the small scales in the matrix. The other key is realizing within the same tissue heteroplasmy varies as melatonin levels vary in the surfaces above. This makes it another big variant of tissue fractionation.

    That is why this deuterium effect is massively important to a mitochondriac who understands that food is not the base understanding of ANYTHING important to biology. It also means extrapolating lab and food data is not a wise thing to do because you are not comparing deuterium in how nature excludes it specifically in chloroplast and matrix biology. The fundamental core understanding of deuterium and H+ work in unison in growth and protein folding, and at specific locations in lipids, glycoproteins, and proteins before age 30 is not the same story of how it works in the TCA cycle once brain growth is complete. Moreover, the TCA spin rate varies by tissue level metabolic rate and this is a function of D20 in the matrix (Wallace) . Not all tissues operate at the same metabolic rate so this makes the effect of deuterium non linear and just knowing a tissue level is a GENERAL guideline to the quantum clinician or mitchondriac. One also needs to realize how protons are recycled in the tissue effects how electrons are excited and fall to the ground state in mitochondrial properly because of the NADPH pool’s control of cell membrane construction in all eukaryotes. This scales across every membrane in humans but one, the inner mitochondrial membrane. This makes the deuterium fractionation you have in your tissues critical, but difficult to assess based upon today’s technology. It also point out why DDW for all is not a panacea. Moreover, it will change quickly as your environment changes, making the movement in the environment a key controller for a mitochondriac to get. Migration is far more important than alterations of the fail safe systems (PPP or the Serine/glycine interconversion mentioned in the December 2017 webinar)[/quote]
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  4. brandie

    brandie CherokeeSol

    Thanks @JanSz ,
    But for people who aren't using DDW for cancer treatment...why would Dr K suggest he wouldn't drink DDW unless in OZ? Why would he suggest people go to cenotes in Mexico if drinking DD RO water wasn't on his radar (healthful)? This seems like a contradiction, but I assume, as always, there's something missing for the connection. What's missing?
  5. Mayuri

    Mayuri Silver

    RO does have D in it, albeit not too much. Imagine that. Yep.
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  6. Sandra

    Sandra New Member

    I am going on a cruise, just for 3 nights sadly. It will be interesting to compare waters. I believe that all cruise ships make their drinking water via reverse osmosis from the sea. The last time I went on a cruise for 10 days I ate seafood for every meal and got lots of sun and fresh air. I did wonder about the ship's onboard wifi (which I didn't sign up to) but I felt so good on that cruise. Everyone thought it was just because I was relaxing. I thought it had something to do with the seafood overload, but it also probably had to do with the water as well.
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  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    ^^^^they do.
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  8. brandie

    brandie CherokeeSol

    This question was answered in "ask Jack" today, can't link it because I don't have "privileges".
  9. Alison N

    Alison N New Member

    I have the aquatru counter top. I need to actually send in a sample to Cignaturehealth to know for sure. I'm sure it would vary for each person since all of our tap water comes from different places but.. it'll be interesting nonetheless. Has anyone else ever used this? I tried to search around but no one seems to have made a comment on it.
  10. ozbuck

    ozbuck New Member

    Any updates on DDW in Oz? ....Any new finds? Any news on the DDW project happening over in WA by some of the members here?
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  11. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    When two graphene sheets are overlaid and misaligned by a mere degree, the two-layer stack becomes a superconductor https://buff.ly/2jukQYl
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  12. Bill Foster

    Bill Foster New Member

    I'm about where you've been!
    (Presently contacting Qlarivia).
    Will see how we go!
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  13. Jean Du Bois

    Jean Du Bois New Member

    Ive had RO water tested there is no point in making DDW from a Reverse osmosis system. Change of 0.7 %. Just drink RO water because its had all contaminates removed
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  14. Amber Ament

    Amber Ament New Member

    Is there a better RO system to get than others? Live in Queensland, would love any advice you can give on systems. I can get one in about 3 months time, living on tank water right now and can't afford testing so no idea what I am drinking.
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  15. Jean Du Bois

    Jean Du Bois New Member

    Hi Amber

    From the perspective of removing contamination Most RO systems will do the same, I’m currently going to be doing more testing. However from the perspective of making DDW from an RO system there is no advantage to this.

    I can recommend some RO systems if you want to look into them
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  16. Amber Ament

    Amber Ament New Member

    No worries, happy to get the names of systems you recommend, I have access to ALPS at wholesale price so I was hoping it is on the list of good ones. From my own research a while ago I thought it was good, but I'm no expert and really have no idea, haha
  17. Jean Du Bois

    Jean Du Bois New Member

    Sorry but ALPS is not even close to the list, I’ve just looked at their site and snake oil screams out at me. You want people who know what they are doing in the filtration industry


    This would be the best place to do some more research
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  18. NDC74

    NDC74 New Member

    Hi Jean,

    Are you using the 7 stage RO system from FSA? Im looking for the most effective RO system to remove the fluoride from the water supplied by Sydney Water. I have started to communicate with them and Im asking for a verifiable water lab test result from any NATA accredited lab. Im still waiting from them. But if you have all verified their claims to be accurate, then I will proceed to purchase. Please advise your experience. Many thanks.
  19. Jean Du Bois

    Jean Du Bois New Member

    Yes the 7 stage system was tested, NATA will do nothing for deuterium i had to have it tested by ANSTO they are specialist nuclear laboratory.

    In terms of the system removing fluoride i have tested this for my own peace of mind and fluoride was removed at over 98%

    Reverse osmosis membranes are certified under NSF 58, they are the most effective way to remove fluoride


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  20. NDC74

    NDC74 New Member

    Thank you very much, or should I say Merci beaucoup, Jean, for your reply. You provided more than I expected. And it gave me the confidence to proceed with the purchase of that RO system.
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