Water and Ageing

Dr Mu Shik Jhon states, “Ageing is a loss of hexagonal water from organs, tissues and cells and an overall decrease in total body water”. Evidence exists that replenishing the hexagonal water in the body results in increased vitality, prevention of disease and slowing of the ageing process. Structured water hydrates the body and removes free radicals thus slowing degenerative illnesses.

Two water-related factors have been closely associated with ageing:

  1. The relative water content of the human body declines with ageing. Newborn infants are more than 90% water. An adult is about 70% water and an elderly person can be less than 50% water.
  2. The movement of water in and out of cells slows with age. Cells function better when 60% or more of the cell is water. With ageing that value may fall as low as 40%. This has adverse effects on the osmotic pressure of the cell membrane making it difficult to re-hydrate the cells. Dr Norm Shealy has shown that the use of structured water and magnesium rapidly restores youthful function to all cells. Water is an energy source and water is the body’s main source of energy. Dr Jhon explains that hexagonal water has the capacity to hold more energy than normal water because of its structure. He relates, “100% hexagonal structured water has a huge capacity to store energy which can be released immediately when it is utilised by living organisms”.

Nutrient Absorption Digestion requires large amounts of water for adequate assimilation of nutrients. Because structured water improves water movement in the body it makes a better carrier for nutritional supplements.

Vitel Water is hexagonal restructured water.