Health/Nutrition

The State of the Beverage – Year 2019

It has been two years since we reported on beverage trends after attending the Beverage Forum held in  Chicago, IL in 2017.  For the first time, bottled water captured over 50% of the beverage gross sales market and the hottest trend at that time (and currently) is to reduce sugar content in beverages. For 2019, […]

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How to Live a Longer and Healthier Life: Prosperity and Health from Farmland Irrigation and Closeup on Blue Zone Loma Linda, CA. – AHA! Long-Jet Discovery for May of 2019

This antique postcard caught my eye. The message of the historic Arch that still spans 9th Street located in Modesto, California, is relevant to a good long life: “Water, Wealth, Contentment, Health”. In celebration of the construction of an irrigation system for the nearby farmlands back in 1912 (almost a century ago), the towns folks […]

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Patent Promise for Better Solutions – First Patent Issued for the WIT Technology

What:  U.S. Patent 10,259,712, entitled “Method of Stabilizing Compounds in Water, Water Compositions Thereby, and Articles Containing Said Water Compositions” Who:   Filed by Robinson B. Gourley, Sarasota, FL. When: Patent published in the Federal Patents Gazette on April 16, 2019 Patent Abstract: Peroxides and chlorine dioxide (compounds) can be stabilized for long periods of time […]

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More Science about the Mighty Mitochondria (or How Drinking Watt-Ahh Supports a Mitochondric Life)

Our bodies run on energy produced by cellular mitochondria. One of life’s greatest mysteries is why the mitochondrial DNA is separate and different from that of our nuclear DNA. The biochemistry for our own life support is elaborate … including the various cycles using the glucose and fatty acids from bacterial breakdown of our food […]

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Deuterium is NOT Hydrogen’s Evil Twin

Deuterium is a non-radioactive stable isotope of Hydrogen. Deuterium has one proton and one neutron while the more common isotope of hydrogen (Protium) has only a single proton (no neutron). Oxygen that is in both the air we breathe and water we drink, can have between 8 and 10 neutrons per atom of oxygen. Deuterium […]

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How to Live a Longer and Healthier Life: Non-oxidized Fats and Closeup on Blue Zone Island of Ikaria, Greece – AHA! Long-Jet Discovery for March of 2019

Ikaria is another “Blue Zone” mountainous island. It is one of the many Greek islands in the Aegean Sea but closer to mainland Turkey than Athens, Greece. Since we are talking about Greece, over half the dietary calories of the island’s long-standing senior residents come from fats, primarily olive oil and feta cheese. We may […]

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Do You Earth?

Todd F. of Tennessee sent us this informative email: “We are enjoying our Watt-Ahh. I wanted to know if you all had researched the “earthing” or “grounding” topic, that is, a person’s body being grounded to the earth during the day or while at sleep and the health benefits this provides. The reason that I […]

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How to Live a Longer and Healthier Life – 2019 “Long Jet” AHA! Discoveries

This is a summary of our 2019 monthly series on “Long-Jet”, short for Longevity … or secrets for a longer and healthier life. We dedicate this year’s longevity series to Ann Cassidy, AquaNew COO Dana Gourley’s mother. She will be celebrating the start of her ninth decade of an amazing life … filled with family, […]

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How to Make The Original Water Elixir

Watt-Ahh is similar to the Original Water on Earth, billions of years ago. The rain water was pure and active from many lightning storms. The water electrically-transported micro nutrients in the soil to support growth of floating algal mats including single-celled Chlorella (green algae) and diatoms. Dinosaurs feasted on the algae and the bioavailability of […]

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How to Live a Longer and Healthier Life: Closeup on Blue Zone Village of Motobu, Okinawa Japan and 500-Year Old Native Japanese Tea Trees – AHA! Long-Jet Discovery for January of 2019

For the New Year, we are launching a new monthly series on “Long-Jet”, short for Longevity. There are life forms such as trees that have lasted for five centuries. For the human race, scientists have identified “Blue Zones” in certain locations around the World, where there is a higher incidence of individuals living into their […]

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