Deuterium & Cancer

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Please remember these are very brief videos, and we cannot cover everything—this is an intense and easily misunderstood topic that I researched for over a year before deciding to incorporate it into my integrative approach to healing my body.

Deuterium is an isotope of hydrogen, and while it shares many chemical properties with hydrogen, it is twice as heavy due to the presence of an additional neutron. This difference in mass gives deuterium vastly different effects on biological systems. When deuterium replaces hydrogen in biological molecules, it can significantly alter their behavior and function.

For example, the presence of deuterium in DNA makes the DNA more susceptible to mutations. This can have far-reaching implications for cellular health and disease development. So, deuterium helps cells grow but can do so in an unregulated manner, contributing to the progression of certain diseases, including cancer. Deuterium also changes the activities of various proteins and enzymes, which are crucial for numerous cellular processes. Most importantly, it inhibits energy production in mitochondria, the powerhouses of our cells, which can lead to decreased cellular efficiency and vitality.

Despite the fact that much of the research around deuterium depletion is still in its infancy, the results so far are promising. Studies have shown that reducing deuterium levels in the body can slow down the growth of cancer cells and enhance the effectiveness of conventional cancer therapies. This makes deuterium depletion a potential adjunct to cancer treatment, offering a new avenue for therapeutic intervention.

It is important to note that while diet does play a small role in determining our body’s deuterium levels, approximately 90% of the deuterium concentration in our body comes from the water we drink. Thus, the most effective way to deplete deuterium to levels that may benefit cancer prognosis is through the use of deuterium-depleted water (DDW). DDW is specially processed to have lower concentrations of deuterium, and when consumed, it gradually lowers the deuterium levels in the body.

Although diet plays a small role, about 90% of the deuterium concentration in our body is determined by the concentrations in our drinking water. The only way to deplete deuterium in a manner that benefits cancer prognosis is to use deuterium-depleted water.

For those interested, I used 1 liter per day (2 bottles) of 25 ppm Extra Light Water by HydroHealth. If you use this link for a purchase, we get 10% commission.⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣
You can find deuterium depleted water here.

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