Structured Water Blog
Molecular Structure of Water
I'm pleased to see more and more scientists and authors coming out of the woodwork to support the molecular structure of water concept and the benefits of drinking structured water.
"In his groundbreaking book Water of Life; A Cure for your body, Professor Hyun W Kim states that one of the characteristics of good water is water with plenty of hexagonal shaped clusters, structures that are small, close and compact.
The molecular structure of water is very important to ensure optimum hydration of the body. In most tap waters or for that matter bottled waters the water molecules tend to agglomerate in clusters of between 10 and 20. The larger the cluster size the lower the electron activity. Consequently it is desirable to drink water with smaller cluster sizes to enhance the body's energy systems. Secondly large clusters of molecules cannot readily permeate the body's cell membranes and so cannot hydrate the cells. Good water for the body should have no more than 5 to 6 molecules in a cluster. This type of water will give good cell hydration and provide more oxygen.
Professor Kim states ‘ …..drinking compactly-structured water (the kind with an abundance of hexagonal water) can be called a shortcut to prevent adult-onset diseases such as cancers or diabetes.'
Drinking water from a Structured Water Unit is good for the body as it provides the body with suitable structured water predominantly with 6 molecules per cluster. This aids proper hydration of the body and better oxygenation."
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