Structured Water and Science

Is there presently any substantiated scientific research proving the benefits of Structured Water?

The scientific community around the world abounds with various research, findings, articles and analysis of water structure, its enhancement, its quality and the immense value of it’s energetic effects on living things.

For those of you requesting more info, more answers about the effects of Structured Water on plants, animals, bacteria, virus, and other microbial life forms as well as analytical observations of water’s energetic effects on molecular structures, chemical reactions, enzymes and mineral substances in non living components of the world around us I can only say yes, the data is immense, it is overwhelming but equally quite incomprehensible.



Despite the countless fortunes being spent in furthering scientific understanding of water and it’s energetic structure, the most effective and greatest analyzers remains the human mind and body. Our senses are tens of thousand times more sensitive than the most expensive and elaborate analyzer. Despite the great advancements in scientific research, the analysis drawn from our basic human senses are what the worlds fortunes most rely.

Personal experience remains the truest test and the highest value is placed on that experience. The analysis of our worlds oldest and largest industries like medicines, food, cosmetics, wine and beer depend almost exclusively on the final word of personal experience, personal observation, personal taste, personal touch. Our health and the health of the world’s population and industry depend on our five senses, our personal analyzer and it is to this ultimate scrutiny we submit our Structured Water Units.

We will continue to test, to gather data, and expand our understandings and applications. We will continue gathering collaborations with the worlds top scientific minds and expand existing studies and related research to add to our own in an effort to help meet the needs of those wishing to use, promote and expand the implementation of these remarkable life enhancing, world changing devices, but in the end much of this material both (officially) published and non-published research data is and will remain highly complex and in many if not most cases make little sense to anyone outside these scientific fields of inquiry.

So here in the end as in all new beginnings it is you who must determine what is good for you. It is you we most trustfully rely. It is your experience, your insight, your personal experience and results we most implore. We and all those using and researching these devices know their value, we see the results but it is you who most ultimately determine its value to you. The only true failure is to fail to try, to fail to inquire, explore. What is of most value for you can truly be best determined by you yourself. We can offer our experience and findings but you are your own best resource, best advisor and best personal counsel for what is good, healthy and beneficial for you.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
*These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.



STEP BY STEP Instructions

All illustrations in this instruction show typical plumbing methods; actual installations must be adapted to individual requirements and regional codes. The author has made every effort to ensure accuracy and reliability of the information, instructions, and directions. However, neither the author not the manufacturer will accept responsibility for misinterpretation for the directions or human error.

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Clayton Nolte developer of the structured water unit.

Water in plastic bottles – Plasticwater

In 2008, Americans drank nearly 9 billion gallons of bottled water, which is second only to soft drinks as the largest beverage type in the U.S. market, according to the Beverage Marketing Corporation.

Its popularity has been growing strong since 2000, with significant sales growth noted every year of the decade … that is until now. In 2008, the gallons of bottled water consumption went down by 1 percent, for the first time this decade. And whereas in 2007 Americans drank 29 gallons of bottled water each, in 2008 that went down to 28.5 gallons. It’s a small decrease, but perhaps a sign of larger changes to come.

What are You Really Drinking When You Drink Bottled Water?

Plastic water bottles have come under scrutiny in recent years for both their environmental and health effects, including those surrounding the chemical bisphenol-A (BPA).

That BPA can leach out of plastic during everyday use, causing health problems, is hardly news. It’s now widely known that BPA mimics the female hormone estrogen and may affect fertility and promote cancer. And just last year it came out that BPA may also lead to heart disease, diabetes and liver problems.

Studies have shown that detectable levels of BPA exist in more than 90 percent of the U.S. population, but exposure has been blamed on not only drinking water and food, but also on dental sealants, dermal exposure and inhalation of household dusts.

Which leads one to wonder, just how much BPA are we exposed to when drinking from a plastic bottle? And how great are the health risks, really?
Well, a new study from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) found out.

The researchers recruited Harvard College students for the study in April 2008, and all 77 participants then began a seven-day “washout” during which they drank all cold beverages from stainless steel bottles in order to minimize BPA exposure. For the next week, participants were given two polycarbonate bottles and asked to drink all cold beverages from them.

Urine samples were taken at the end of each week-long period, and the results that came back were shocking: levels of BPA rose 69 percent after just one week of drinking out of plastic bottles.

“We found that drinking cold liquids from polycarbonate bottles for just one week increased urinary BPA levels by more than two-thirds. If you heat those bottles, as is the case with baby bottles, we would expect the levels to be considerably higher. This would be of concern since infants may be particularly susceptible to BPA’s endocrine-disrupting potential,” said Karin B. Michels, associate professor of epidemiology at HSPH and Harvard Medical School and senior author of the study.

While previous studies have found that BPA could leach from polycarbonate bottles into their contents, this study is the first to show the corresponding increase in BPA levels in humans.

The end result is this: if you drink out of plastic water bottles, you can pretty much guarantee that you’re increasing your levels of BPA, which is very risky for your health.

Why You Do NOT Want to Drink Out of BPA-Containing Plastic Bottles

Chronic exposure to very low levels of BPA, such as might occur when drinking bottled water, is potentially very harmful.
“An expert panel of scientists has concluded that exposure to extremely low doses of bisphenol A is strongly linked to diseases such as breast cancer, prostate cancer, and diabetes, and to reproductive and neurological development,” the Sierra Club reported.

And single-serve bottles are not the only ones to be concerned about. Consumer Reports found in 2000 that eight of 10 5-gallon water jugs they tested contained residues of BPA.

While the use of BPA in polycarbonate baby bottles was banned in Canada in 2008, and some manufacturers have voluntarily eliminated the chemical from their bottles, this is not yet widespread in the United States.

In fact, BPA is so widely used that it may be nearly impossible to avoid exposure entirely, however you can greatly reduce your exposure by avoiding BPA-containing products as much as possible, including one of the biggest BPA predators: plastic water bottles.

Plastic containing BPA may be called:

• Polycarbonate
• Lexan
• Polysulfone

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