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History of Deuterium Depleted Water

Urey’s mentor Gilbert N. Lewis, professor of chemistry at Berkeley, was the first to create pure heavy water via electrolysis in 1933 shortly after Urey proved its existence. And subsequently he was the first to observe that this heavy water when frozen would sink instead of float like normal water...

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How Deuterium Hurts Us

Previous Next Could the very water you drink be making you sick? Deuterium. This may be the first you've heard of this substance. What is it and why is it in the water we drink and the foods we eat? Deuterium, is an stable isotope of hydrogen. Everything is made...

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Drinking Depleted Deuterium Water

All of us know that water is one of the most important elements of human life. The human body is made of 60% water, which is why it’s so important for energy production. Producing energy happens in the mitochondria – the powerhouse of the cell. Inside the mitochondria, there’s this...

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Deuterium In Histamine Intolerance

Deuterium found in our water supply and plant foods can be toxic to the immune system and cause the release of histamine and other inflammatory mediator mast cells. Here’s what it is, how to avoid it, and an interesting possible way to prevent mast cells from triggering histamine. What is...

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Deuterium and Foods

Deuterium in Foods Some foods can concentrate more heavy hydrogen atoms in the body than others. Fruits, starches, grains, legumes and high carb plants – rich in deuterium because plants store their deuterium in sugar. Fruit should be consumed only seasonally from your own environment Processed foods like bread, sugar,...

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The role of deuterium in DNA degradation

Introduction Evidence indicates that aging is coupled to an accumulation of errors in DNA that arise due to strand breakage, DNA replication errors, or dysfunctional DNA repair mechanisms. Naturally occurring background radiation is a pervasive mutagen known to adversely affect DNA. Deuterium oxide is also pervasive and adversely affects DNA....