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Deuterium detrimental to mitochondria?

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by sb4, Nov 13, 2017.

  1. sb4

    sb4 Senior Member

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    I have been drinking DDW (yes its f*****g expensive) for just under 2 months. I have improved in this time HOWEVER I've been doing other things (like I always do) so cannot attribute it to DD. I apologies as this is annoying for people reading this thread. On the kruse forums member Jan has had significant health improvements for his conditions about 3 weeks in. Not many others have been trying it though.

    Drinking it one of won't do much. If he drinks a bottle for a month straight, then I'd like to see the results. The problem with too much D is with slowing down reactions, making certain bonds more stable/unstable, and different interactions with light. To see these effects translated to symptoms would take some time I would think.
     
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    nanonug Senior Member

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    According to the same dude in the video, you'd have to replace at least 20% of the H2O in your body with D2O to start having problems. If your body were composed of 20% D2O, it would be worth billions of dollars in heavy water.
     
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    I'm not going to watch the video again but I am pretty sure he means a 20% raise in deuterium. IE from 130ppm to 155ppm. Dr Boros wants most people to be under 130, it appears most are at 150. So a 20% reduction would be about right.
     
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    It’s encouraging to hear that there has been some positive response. I have heard so many Kruse people talking about it that I thought everyone was trying it (along with orange glasses).

    To get DDW to New Zealand I would also have to pay $200-500 freight plus customs duty so I will have to make do with the RO water. I’m going to start on Monday as I’m going away this weekend and it will be easier to start when I can control my environment
     
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  5. anne_likes_red

    anne_likes_red Senior Member

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    There's no guarantee all the freezing and UV exposure is lowering D levels anyway. I wouldn't recommend it unless testing showed it might be worth it.
    You might have done HBOT at the same place I did. :) Sorry you didn't see any improvement. I did at the time but it didn't last longer term.
     
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