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Deuterium Free Water

Discussion in 'The Epi-Paleo Diet' started by Danco3636, Dec 8, 2017.

  1. AcuHealth

    AcuHealth New Member

    Anyone used Qlarivia 25ppm or Preventa which comes in a variety of DDW doses?

  2. Just started several days ago on Qlarivia 25

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  3. Sun Disciple

    Sun Disciple AKA Paul...That Call Drop'n Canadian

    I got some results on water samples.

    Whistler water 135
    ppm http://whistlerwater.com/

    Ice Age water 144ppm http://iceageglacial.com/

    Elmvale spring 142 ppm http://www.findaspring.com/…/elmvale-spring-elmvale-ontari…/

    Kind of surprised by these findings as whistler water being the best despite being filtered through some volcanic rock after the glacier before being collected. I was very surprised to see my local spring beating out the other competing glacial water as it is not coming from high elevation or from a glacier. Its free so thats great news for anyone on southern/central ontario canada .Its worth the trip. This spring has been known world wide for its qaulity and boasted by the locals for its healing properties, now I know why.
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  4. drezy

    drezy Gold

    If anyone wants to buy a condo a mere 1:30:00 min drive away from that excellent 135ppm water just let me know.
  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Is the glass half empty or half full??? ...... depends on if you are drinkin' or pourin'
  6. drezy

    drezy Gold

    Volumetric integration is not needed to tell you that glass isn't half anything. Heavier pour needed.

    Great new blog with QT#3 BTW. I'm on my second read.
  7. I drank Preventa 25 diluted 1:1 with regular water for 3 weeks (that is 85ppm) - using it as all my drinking water. Now I am drinking straight up Preventa 85 undiluted. As recommended by Cignature Health. My deuterium levels are 133.4 breath (under 130 desired) and 145 saliva(under 130 desired) That is in the elevated but not saturated range.
    I went through the water very fast and still found myself very thirsty. I sometimes wake up through the night and need to drink water 3 or 4 times.
    I am wondering if maybe the strength of DDW I am drinking is too much and is making me thirsty. They tell me to continue as is at Cignature and to try to reduce my water intake and increase fat intake. That for sure has not improved the situation.
    Any suggestions?

    I just ordered the Qlavaria water and I believe it will be cheaper.
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  8. Sienna

    Sienna Enna

    I just ordered Qlarivia too, hoping I will finally get some positive developments from it. How have you been going on it? Any positives despite the thirst?
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  9. Jason Coates

    Jason Coates Losing the Shade.

    I don't understand. Why all the expensive water when you can make your own?
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  10. WalterNL

    WalterNL New Member

    I don't think there's a cheap way to make < 130ppm deuterium water.

    Nature does it, and distillation columns do it. But there's no DIY at home way.
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  11. Melinda I have been drinking Qlavaria Water at 105 ppm for the past four weeks and increased my fat intake as well and I have actually noticed a reduction in water consumption. Maybe the strength at 85 ppm is removing bulk water and being replaced with DDW at a faster rate just a thought!
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  12. WalterNL

    WalterNL New Member

    I also had a serious reduction in thirst after my first DDW-protocol (currently on my second, very mild protocol). I only drink water when I'm thirsty, a year or two ago I could drink 2 bottles of San Pellegrino a day. Right now it's a lot if I drink one bottle. Of course it depends on activity, but by and large I can drink less water.

    Thinking out loud here: the body tries to remove deuterium up to a point (probably differs by person/location). When intake of deuterium is high, the body will have plenty of methods to try to reduce that (urination, sweating, breathing, etc.). Likewise, when intake of deuterium is lowered (DDW and/or high fat diet), the body won't use those methods that would dehydrate a person, because there is less need for deuterium depletion. Lastly, it can take months or years for that change to become apparent, in other words it doesn't happen overnight.
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  13. JoyfulJan

    JoyfulJan Platinum Member

    When I read that Jack said he froze his water to deuterium deplete, I started doing that. Quite a time consuming process! So I sent off a sample of my RO water & RO frozen and just got the results: RO = 153.8 & frozen = 153.4, Wish I would have read this post first~
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  14. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Drinking DDW for 3 weeks and expecting any changes is possibly too much expectations.
    OTOH, indeed my first changes that I was able to observe happened on day 23 on DDW.

    You are quoting you breathy and saliva test results;
    I assume that they are your baseline results from before you started on DDW.
    What are yours ATP-RPM results?

    Today (Tue 5/15/2018) is my day 156 drinking DDW-105ppm
    My overall energy feels better.
    My bladder, previously focus of my attention, I am tending to forget about it.

    On average I drink 2 liters/day likely little more on hot days.

    My friend in Poland, major advanced metastasized prostate cancer.
    Prostate was taken out 12 or 13 years ago.
    Drinks Qlarivia according to table in dr Somlyai book.
    PC metastasis in sacral bone area.
    Recently had that area irradiated (again, I think 3rd time)
    So his PSA is now nil.
    Going by past history his PSA should start raising again in about October 2018.
    If his PSA stays low, that will be indicator that DDW helps.

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  15. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Not totally true. Freezing takes a ton of time and is not efficient.

    Bobby got these results recently:

    Cignature Health: Results from water testing now in

    Further to my post a couple of months ago, I tested 3 batches of popular water.
    From member feedback prior to testing, I decided to do all testing after one round minimum of 2 hours freezing on 1 liter.

    Smart Water (1 round freezing) = 138.0
    Icelandic Glacial (1 round freezing) = 139.7
    Highland Spring (1 round freezing) = 139.6
    Highland Spring (3 rounds freezing) = 139.3

    Welcome any comments. My conclusions:

    1. freezing for 2 hours does have a decent D depletion effect.

    2. Multiple rounds of freezing seem to be a wasted effort for no material gain.

    3. Smart Water seemed to have best results. It is described as 'vapor distilled', but hard to comment what that means and whether a difference is within the margin of error in the testing.
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  16. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK Gold

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  17. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    62.99+24.99= 87.98

    For $87.98 I can have 6 liters of Highland Spring Still Natural Spring Water
    After I freeze it once there will be less than 6 liters, but it will have 139.6ppm
    87.98/6=14.6633 $/liter

    I tested my tap water and it have 150.2ppm (assume that it cost nothing)
    Qlarivia cost $8.52 per 1/2 liter bottle, shipping included, so $17.04 per liter, it was tested to have much less that its nominal 25 ppm, but assume 25ppm
    If I take 1L of Qlarivia and mix it with X liters of tap water I will get (X+1) liters of mix that have 139.6ppm (for the total cost of $17.04)
    (X+1)=11.81 liters
    17.04/11.81=1.4428 $/liter
    Highland Spring Still Natural Spring Water is
    10x more expensive than Qlarivia


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  18. Antonis

    Antonis Free diving

    wish we all had this money to buy.. soon we will need a loan from the bank...
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  19. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    One of our Gold members just did a hack and the deuterium content of waters was reduced by close to ten percent with one freeze based upon his hack.
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  20. Antonis

    Antonis Free diving

    We look forward to hear about this hack

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