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Contents per bottle: 1,5l Deuterium-depleted drinking water with 25ppm Deuterium content (high-quality natural spring water added, non-carbonated)
What is Deuterium?
Deuterium, also known as „heavy hydrogen“, is a naturally occuring, stable, non-radioactive variation of hydrogen. The atomic nucleus of hydrogen consists of one proton only, but the deuterium nucleus contains one proton and one neutron and is called „Deuteron“. This considerable, twofold mass difference causes significant differences in the physical and chemical properties of hydrogen and deuterium. The isotope deuterium is given the abbreviation D in chemistry, so the formula for heavy water is D2O.
Deuterium in drinking water
The deuterium content of water is normally given in ppm (parts per million) units, which shows, how many in one million hydrogen atoms are deuterium, or how many in one million water (H2O) molecules are heavy water (D2O). The deuterium content of living organisms is determined primarily by the deuterium level of oceanic water and of precipitation arriving at the ground. Deuterium level in precipitation decreases from the Equator to the North and South Pole, from the oceans into the continents, and in proportion with increasing elevation. In our climatic zone, deuterium content of the surface waters is 140-150 ppm with little variability.
Deuterium in our bodies
The human body consists to a large extent of water. Thus, a significant amount of deuterium is also found in our bodies, which usually increases with age. Considering that ca. 60% of our body is water, and that organic compounds also contain deuterium, the concentration of deuterium in the human organism is severalfold higher than the normal level of other physiologically important elements such as calcium, potassium or magnesium. The effects of deuterium in the organism have only recently become the focus of scientific interest. It has been shown that too much heavy water is a burden on our organism, as deuterium impedes many metabolic processes. Heavy water has a lower solubility than normal water. Furthermore, heavy water inhibits the activity of the mitochondria and the synthesis of ATP. Due to their double mass, heavy water molecules are considerably more inert and slow down the functioning of most proteins. Therefore, living beings owning a very high deuterium content are only viable to a limited extent.
How to lower the deuterium content of the body?
According to new scientific studies, decreasing the level of deuterium in the tissues and organs is a natural biological process. However, the body's ability to deplete deuterium decreases as we get older, sicker and get less exercise or sunlight. The easiest way to influence the deuterium content of our body is through the deuterium concentration of our drinking water. If you drink water with less deuterium, the natural deuterium content in the organism decreases, simply because the body water mixes with the deuterium-poor water.
Is there a way to produce home-made deuterium-depleted water?
The deuterium content of the natural waters in our climatic zone varies between 140 to 150 ppm. By means of home distillers, not more than 1 ppm decrease can be achieved by single, or 2-3 ppm by double distillation, and this is insignificantly little change in the deuterium concentration of water.
Quality of Deuterium-depleted water
Deuterium-depleted water is produced by an energy-demanding technology. Substantial decrease of deuterium content in water can be achieved only by an industrial scale technology, fractional distillation. Deuterium content can be measured by mass spectrometry and laser-based techniques. Preventa 25 contains approx. 84%* less deuterium than natural waters.
*compaired with SMOW (Standard Mean Ocean Water)
Production of Preventa 25
Preventa is the world’s first product family of deuterium-depleted drinking waters, has been developed based on international patent of HYD LLC for Cancer Research and Drug Development. reliable quality is controlled and certified by accredited institutes and pharmaceutical-grade laboratories.Preventa's patented deuterium-depleted drinking water is a premium product whose reliable quality is tested and certified by laboratories.The deuterium-concentration of Preventa deuterium-depleted drinking water products is measured according to verified measurement protocol with liquid water isotope laser analyzer, the pharmaceutical-grade microbiological purity is verified and certified by independent accredited pharmaceutical laboratory.
Recommendeted use of deuterium-depleted water
IMPORTANT NOTE: Preventa 25 ppm should not be drunk neat, but always be sufficiently diluted (see table below)!
Drinking deuterium-depleted water can effectively reduce the body's deuterium content and keep it at a lower level. The lower the ppm content of the drinking water, the more clearly a reduction of the deuterium level in the body can be achieved. With the suitable dilution we can effectively support our organism in the reduction of deuterium.
What is the recommended daily amount of deuterium-depleted water?
It is possible to meet the entire daily water requirement of an adult (1.5-2 litres at average body weight) with deuterium-depleted water of 125 ppm. This deuterium-depleted water can be drunk as drinking water, but also flavoured or used for cooking and making tea or coffee. We recommend to have the concentration suitable for you carefully tested by your health care practicioner. Furthermore, it is very important to start slowly with the intake of deuterium-depleted water and to increase the amount only gradually.
Curative use for healthy people for prevention:
Cure for deuterium-reduction in the body: replace the entire daily fluid intake with deuterium-depleted water for a period of 3-4 months, repeat this cure every 1-2 years.
Dilution in ppm: deuterium-depleted water with 125 ppm or 105 ppm
A regular course of treatment with deuterium-depleted water is recommended for:
- People who are over 40 years of age
- People who work with chemicals or carcinogenic substances
- People with genetic predisposition
- Residents of areas with high air pollution or of cities
What to keep in mind during the cure:
- It is important to minimise the intake of other drinks with normal deuterium content, such as tap water, mineral water, soft drinks, fruit juices or milk.
- Before and after meals, the normal deuterium content of the food can be balanced by drinking deuterium-depleted water.
- It is recommended to avoid or minimise the consumption of foods with high water content during the cure.
- Tropical fruits contain higher amounts of deuterium, so their consumption should also be minimised.
Easy production of common dilution levels:
Deuterium-depleted water with 25ppm should not be drunk neat, but always be diluted with high-quality drinking water (approx. 150ppm).
We recommend to have your optimal ppm dilution carefully tested by your health care practicionner::
|Required dilution in ppm
(parts per million)
|85 ppm deuterium-depleted water|| Mix 0.5 l of Preventa 25ppm with
0.5 l normal drinking water
|105 ppm deuterium-depleted water||Mix 0.5 l Preventa 25ppm with
1,0 l normal drinking water
|Required dilution in ppm
(parts per million)
|Mixing ratio (in 10 equal parts)
Preventa 25ppm : normal water 150ppm
|37,5 ppm deuterium-depleted water||9 : 1|
|50 ppm deuterium-depleted water||8 : 2|
|62,5 ppm deuterium-depleted water||7 : 3|
|75 ppm deuterium-depleted water||6 : 4|
|87,5 ppm deuterium-depleted water||5 : 5|
|100 ppm deuterium-depleted water||4 : 6|
|112,5 ppm deuterium-depleted water||3 : 7|
|125 ppm deuterium-depleted water||2 : 8|
|137,5 ppm deuterium-depleted water||1 : 9|