energy

Surplus Mitochondria Energy for Healing – AHA! Mitochondric Life Discovery for February of 2020

Energy generated by cellular mitochondria is essential for life … physical movement and circulation, cognitive thought, and reproduction. Approximately 60% of our daily energy is allocated to the digestion of food including the production of saliva, enzymes and digestive juices. Our brain functions can use up to 20% of the available energy produced by our […]

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Life Force Significance of 2-4 – AHA! Mitochondric Life Discovery for January of 2020

We are kicking off the 2020 Mitochondric Life series with the essential basics. Cellular mitochondria require 2 oxygen, 4 hydrogen and two electrons in the final step of ATP (adenosine triphosphate)  production. ATP is the universal life force of energy. DiTetra Gas is 2-4 Gas (2 oxygen and 4 hydrogen plus electrons). It is the […]

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How to Live a Longer and Healthier Life: Mitochondric Life — AHA! Long-Jet Discovery for September of 2019

Mitochondric Living is the best way to understand the essential electrical conductance that Watt-Ahh delivers to your body. AquaNew’s Rob Gourley discovered how to add electrons to structured water. Rob states … “The body needs energy to heal. Regular water does not have the electrical charge to cross the cellular membrane. Watt-Ahh does have the […]

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How to Live a Longer and Healthier Life: The Water of Ages – AHA! Long-Jet Discovery for July of 2019

Could our DNA be hacked? Longevity trends project a longer life span for Baby Boomers when compared with that of subsequent generations. Sadly, with the onset of diseases at earlier ages, our children and grandchildren may experience on average, shorter life spans when compared to those of their senior relatives. Could successive degeneration of DNA […]

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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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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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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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Sky High with Watt-Ahh

Alberto S., who is a new customer, shared he is a skydiver and BASE jumper. We told him about friends who own a private jet. They fly at high elevations with Watt-Ahh and monitor their blood  oxygen saturation. Instead of turning on the supplemental oxygen in the cabin, they drink Watt-Ahh and watch their blood […]

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Hurricane Michael Recovery – McLure Oil Dispatchers

Janie McLure is the owner of McLure Oil Company.  She currently has approximately 35 fuel tankers and employees stationed at the closed Panama City Airport to fill utility repair trucks. Last Friday, she carried in her RV over 30 cases of donated Watt-Ahh bottles when they traveled from Venice, FL. to the Florida Panhandle. Janie […]

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How to Improve on Athletic Performance

We are all athletes. Our bodies have six elaborate circuit loops each connecting to various organs. Fascia or a thin sheath of fibrous material enclosing each organ serves as a semi-conductor for electrons. One analogy for our overall nervous system is it is like a Tesla resonance circuit board. The electromagnetic nature of Watt-Ahh gives […]

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