Exclusion Zone Water & Mitochondrial Function : A Simplified Overview
According to Britannica.com: "Mitochondrion, membrane-bound organelle found in the cytoplasm of almost all eukaryotic cells (cells with clearly defined nuclei), the primary function of which is to generate large quantities of energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Mitochondria are typically round to oval in shape and range in size from 0.5 to 10 μm. In addition to producing energy, mitochondria store calcium for cell signaling activities, generate heat, and mediate cell growth and death."
Basically, mitochondria are known as the powerhouses or batteries of the cell as they convert nutritional energy into useful cellular processes. For instance, the mitochondria regulate calcium for your hormone production, produce heat to keep you warm in the cold, and decide which cells in your body should live in die. In other words, mitochondria are drivers at the wheel of your cells.
If you are the passenger in a nice sports car being driven by a professional racer, you'd want to make sure the car is fueled with premium gas. If it wasn't, your driver and your car would be impeded. Much in the same way, you want to fuel your mitochondria (and your cells) with the best power possible.
Water plays an extremely vital role in energizing your cellular and mitochondrial function. Like gas in a car, you get out what you put in.
Dr. Gerald Pollack found that cellular water, that is water surrounding the cells in our body, creates an Exclusion Zone (EZ) where only water exists with no solutes or colloidal solutions. This Exclusion Zone creates a charge separation of electrons and protons in the water, resulting in a battery function. When you drink "normal" water (tap, spring, regular bottled water, artesian, etc.) your body expends energy removing pollutants or toxins in order to utilize the oxygen and hydrogen (the components of pure water) as energy. Your cell membranes then use more energy to create the EZ water before absorbing it. If you're lucky, the water is clean enough to be absorbed properly without damaging the cell or mitochondria. Improper water can cause a person not to absorb water properly and actually dehydrate the cell. (Little known fact: cells likely need 3 billion molecules of water flowing through it, per second, to be properly hydrated).
When you drink purified Exclusion Zone water, with the proper charge separation, it is easily recognized and absorbed by the cell creating free energy for the mitochondria. The charge separation inside the cell causes an effective battery function, powering the chemical and physical reactions that are necessary in the mitochondria for functioning. This is why DIVINIA is so significant - DIVINIA matches the Exclusion Zone charged water found inside the cell and creates the battery effect that energizes your mitochondria. Various brands might claim Exclusion Zone properties, however, DIVINIA is tested by a university that shows the same scientific signature for Exclusion Zone water.
Research on mitochondria has become more prolific as researchers delve into the pivotal role of mitochondria in cellular processes. With ever-expanding information from the medical community, the public is becoming more aware of the fact that what we drink and eat can specifically impact the processes of the mitochondria and our well-being overall.
Below is an in-depth video on Exclusion Zone water and how it affects cellular function: