When a human being is born, the water in his body is almost 100% structured water. This structured water allows almost instant communication between cells. In quantum physics, this is called “cell coherence”.

The adult human body is made up of around 80% water (depending on age) and some researchers say the body could contain up to 98% water. Blood is 92% water, the brain and muscles 75% and bones 22%. Without water, humans are no more. They cannot think, work, digest or even sleep. The quality of the water a person consumes will define his quality of life. All healing processes in the body go through water. 

Several researches show that when water moves and turns, it creates a vortex and reorganizes and restructures to create a new electrical charge that restores the beneficial negative hydrogen ions (H-), for maximum absorption by humans.

We have enzymes in the body called dehydrogenates whose purpose is to loosen the hydrogen from the food we eat so that the hydrogen (hydrogen is the fuel) can be burned by oxygen, releasing energy. The carbon and oxygen left on carbohydrates turn into carbon dioxide, which we exhale and the plants breathe. This is called the Krebs cycle.

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Structuring water allows it to regain its initial chemical formula (as at its source in nature), but also modifies the structure of what remains in water to make it more bioavailable.

  • Water plays an essential role in all bodily functions and is a component part of human blood.
  • Water is a universal solvent for biochemical reactions, lubricating joints, providing nutrients, eliminating waste and regulating temperature.
  • Cells can only use one molecule of water at a time.
  • Tap water forms aggregates, which are called clusters that contain large clusters of 12 to 14 molecules. The body has to spend a lot of energy to break down these huge clumps of molecules before being absorbed.
  • Structured water breaks the electrical bonds between these molecules and reorganizes them into clusters of 5 to 6 molecules and can be absorbed immediately.
  • Structured water is rich in negative hydrogen ions (increased oxygen saturation in the blood).


Dehydration causes enzymatic slowdown, interrupting important biochemical transformations, with acidifying results at the cellular level. The acidification of the body’s internal cellular environment can be further worsened when excretory organs responsible for eliminating acids (e.g., the skin and kidneys) don’t have enough liquid to do their jobs properly. An overly acidic biochemical environment can give rise to a host of inflammatory health conditions.

  • Dehydration slows metabolism, causes fatigue, reduces short-term memory and amplifies certain health problems.
  • Structured water hydrates tissues and improves cellular functions. Many people notice an increase in energy almost instantly.
  • For each shower or bath, up to seven cups of water can be absorbed through the skin, the largest organ in the body.
  • Structured water helps transport oxygen to cells, muscles and organs.
  • Improves skin hydration, makes it softer. Helps to eliminate itching due to dry skin.
  • Allows regeneration after a sunburn and participates in the healing process by neutralizing side effects.


Structured water is the best water for all biological organisms. Its molecular structure allows the absorption of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients in cells.

  • High blood pressure – reductions in blood pressure occurred instantly by drinking structured water.
  • Low blood pressure – during readings, variations in low blood pressure spontaneously increased, demonstrating that structured water has the ability to provide balance to the body.
  • Temperature – low temperature readings have increased, returning to normal or near normal.
  • Respiratory rates have slowed considerably, from 12 breaths per minute to 6 per minute.
  • Heart rate – heartbeat significantly decreased for many stressed individuals. Conversely, they increased for people with a weak pulse.
  • Dark field blood tests show improvement in red cells through the dissipation of unhealthy agglutinations, a known marker of poor oxygenation and disease.
  • Brain waves – Natural Action strongly believes that states of consciousness modified by brain waves evolve towards more functional parameters. The pulsations demonstrate this. The pulse is usually related to the functions of the brain waves. They are currently performing compelling tests.


Water is also responsible for removing waste from our bodies. The effectiveness of structured water is often noticed in just a few days; cleansing the body of toxins and metabolic waste.

  • Water is involved in all processes of the body.
    Supports the immune system
    Improves cellular communication
    Kidney health aid
    Improves joint health
    Blood pressure
    Acid-alkaline balance
    Increases metabolic efficiency and energy level
    May activate enzymes and improve other metabolic functions.
    balanced pH


Structured water justifies its benefits in restoring the balance, vitality and harmony of biological life.

  • It eliminates toxins while proper nutrition, and other information, is sent to cells.
  • Convert hard water to fresh and refreshing water giving it a fresh and invigorating taste
  • Permits to clean fruits and vegetables of toxic residues;
  • Allows better conservation of fruits and vegetables;
  • Helps neutralize sulfites and other additives in wine and other drinks;
  • Better absorption of vitamins and minerals;
  • Eliminates the taste of chlorine
  • Helps transport nutrients to cells
  • Improves digestion
  • Many have noticed better absorption of their supplements.
  • With this water, you can give your body the support it needs!


  • Provides more oxygen and hydrogen to cells.
  • Electromagnetism structures particles like toxins and metabolic waste and neutralizes the body’s ability to absorb waste.
  • It also neutralizes the information contained in particles transported by water.
  • Removes polluting memory from water and removes organic waste from cells.
  • All metabolic functions (systems and organs) are optimized.
  • Facilitates the weight loss process.
  • Dissolves and eliminates toxins and metabolic waste stored in our cells by the lymphatic system.

Even healthy eaters often underestimate the importance of their water intake and wind up suffering from chronic, low-grade dehydration. Here are just a few reasons good hydration is essential to good health, followed by six tips for staying hydrated.


Suboptimal hydration slows the activity of enzymes, including those responsible for producing energy, leading to feelings of fatigue. Even a slight reduction in hydration can lower metabolism and reduce your ability to exercise efficiently.


Our bodies produce an average of 7 liters of digestive juices daily. When we don’t drink enough liquid, our secretions are more limited and the digestive process is inhibited. (Note that drinking too much water all at once, particularly with food, can also dilute digestive juices, reducing their efficacy and leading to indigestion.)


As partially digested food passes through the colon, the colon absorbs excess liquid and transfers it to the bloodstream so that a stool of normal consistency is formed. When the body is low on water, it extracts too much liquid from the stool, which then becomes hard, dry and difficult to eliminate. Slowed elimination contributes to bodywide toxicity and inflammation.


When we are chronically dehydrated, our blood becomes thicker and more viscous. Additionally, in response to reduced overall blood volume, the blood vessels contract. To compensate for the increased vein-wall tension and increased blood viscosity, the body must work harder to push blood through the veins, resulting in elevated blood pressure.


Under normal circumstances, the stomach secretes a layer of mucus (which is composed of 98 percent water) to prevent its mucus membranes from being destroyed by the highly acidic digestive fluid it produces. Chronic dehydration, though, impedes mucus production and may irritate and produce ulcers in the stomach lining.


The moist mucus membranes in the respiratory region are protective; however, in a state of chronic dehydration, they dry out and become vulnerable to attack from substances that might exist in inhaled air, such as dust and pollen.


The normal aging process involves a gradual loss of cell volume and an imbalance of the extracellular and intracellular fluids. This loss of cellular water can be accelerated when we don’t ingest enough liquids, or when our cell membranes aren’t capable of maintaining a proper fluid balance.


Feelings of thirst can be confused with hunger, both because eating can soothe thirst and also because dehydration-induced fatigue is often misinterpreted as a lack of fuel (e.g., sugar). Both dynamics can lead to false sensations of hunger, triggering overeating and weight gain. Inadequate hydration can also promote the storage of inflammatory toxins, which can also promote weight gain.


Dehydrated skin loses elasticity and has a dry, flaky appearance and texture. But dehydration can also lead to skin irritation and rashes, including conditions like eczema. We need to sweat about 24 ounces a day to properly dilute and transport the toxins being eliminated through our skin. When we are chronically dehydrated, the sweat becomes more concentrated and toxins aren’t removed from our systems as readily, which can lead to skin irritation and inflammation.


Cholesterol is an essential element in cell membrane construction. When we are in a state of chronic dehydration and too much liquid is removed from within the cell walls, the body tries to stop the loss by producing more cholesterol to shore up the cell membrane. Although the cholesterol protects the cell membrane from being so permeable, the overproduction introduces too much cholesterol into the bloodstream.


When we don’t drink enough liquid, our kidneys struggle to flush water-soluble toxins from our system. When we don’t adequately dilute the toxins in our urine, the toxins irritate the urinary mucus membranes and create a germ- and infection-friendly environment.


Dehydrated cartilage and ligaments are more brittle and prone to damage. Joints can also become painfully inflamed when irritants, usually toxins produced by the body and concentrated in our blood and cellular fluids, attack them, setting the stage for arthritis.

Iron rusts from disuse; water loses its purity from stagnation... even so does inaction sap the vigor of the mind.
Leonardo DeVinci
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