How is EZ Water formed?
The key ingredient to create EZ Water is electromagnetic radiation of certain frequencies. i.e. light, acting on hydrophilic surfaces (i.e. those with a tendency to mix with, or dissolve in water). We are surrounded by different electromagnetic frequencies all the time. Some are supposedly damaging and others highly beneficial. For example infra red rays from the sun are both warming and visible as light. The light acts on the water inside our body to optimise levels of EZ by separating charge. Ultraviolet Light also separates charge, so increases EZ Water. EZ Water is only formed when the water is ‘still’ i.e. not flowing. We would not want our blood to be composed of high levels of EZ, since the extra viscosity would make the blood more ‘sticky’ and more likely to clot. However, within our cells, the ‘negative charge’ properties of EZ Water make it ideal as a component and container of so many vital processes.
The Science Explanation:
When water is exposed to light, EZ (‘structured’) Water will form on any surface that is Hydrophilic (‘water-loving’). In the body, the proteins in our cells are hydrophilic, which is why EZ Water is formed within our cells. Infra red rays are the most powerful at generating EZ Water, although the visible light spectrum and ultraviolet also create structured water. Once the (negatively charged) Exclusion Zone is produced, the ‘extra’ protons (positively charged) are pushed into the ‘bulk water’ (i.e. the non EZ Water / ordinary water), resulting in two separate parts of water; the EZ Water, which is structured in a hexagonal, honeycomb-shaped lattice and has a negative charge, and the bulk water, which is made up of hydronium ions and has a positive charge. This basically creates a battery (with a positive and negative charge).
How does EZ Water Impact Health and the Body?
Cells have a negative charge (this can be demonstrated by sticking an electrode inside a cell and measuring a negative electrical potential). It’s now believed that this negative charge is created by the EZ water inside the cell. This negative charge may be the mechanism which drives many bodily processes.
For example, the negative charge of EZ Water is the most basic antioxidant in the body; it donates electrons to combat free radicals.
The discovery and exploration of EZ Water is generating a lot of questions about the reality of our understanding of Biochemistry. For example, Dr Pollack suggests that what we have previously understood about ATP (the energy currency of cells) is inaccurate; that rather than a high energy bond being relevant, that ATP donates negative charge for cellular energy production.
EZ Water also aids in cellular detoxification and is key for functional blood circulation. It may also be fundamental for lymphatic flow, although these areas all require further research for greater understanding. So far, experimentation and anecdotal evidence all suggest highly positive effects of optimising the amount of EZ Water in the body.