Life isn’t complicated - the more energy you have, the better you feel, the younger you look, the healthier you are, and the more you can achieve. Your metabolism provides this energy by transforming the food into both energy and the biomolecules needed to live.
Nanomotors are tiny engines inside your cells’ mitochondria - think of them like billions of little windmills, but powered by hydrogen molecules instead of wind. Instead of making electricity, nanomotors produce energy (ATP) and metabolic water, which are required to support every single process that takes place inside your body. Because deuterium is twice as large as regular hydrogen, it can actually damage and break these nanomotors when it hits them. Having fewer nanomotors decreases your ability to make energy and metabolic water, which can lead to a wide range of health complications.
That’s not the only thing deuterium does in your body. When deuterium becomes part of biomolecules like enzymes, insulin, and cholesterol, it changes their shape and properties. This change can alter their ability to effectively bind and operate as intended. This “foreign” shape may also be responsible for dysregulated immune responses within the body.
- Lowers the deuterium in your cells.
- Means less nanomotors get broken.
- Results in you making more energy.
- Allows you to make enough energy for your biological systems - immune system, cardiovascular system, etc. - to properly function and keep you healthy and disease free.
- Results in you making more metabolic water.