Cancer: What Does Your Water Have to Do With It?

Filed under: Hydration

Back in the 1980s, when the Chernobyl disaster happened, teams of scientists studied the event, why it happened, and of course, the fallout. We all know that the tragedy led to devastating environmental damage and an explosion in cancer rates in the vicinity. But one team dedicated themselves to a different purpose: Why did one group of people in the area not develop cancer?

It was a phenomena that the group’s lead scientist, Igor Smirnov, knew we should not dismiss as merely good luck. As it turned out, studying this group of people led to greater insight on cancer, and more importantly, how we can possibly prevent the disease.

As it turned out, the secret was in the water.

Smirnov found that this particular group of “lucky” people were all drinking water from the same source. The molecular structure of this water had been altered, as it flowed through the rocks in the spring, so that it was better absorbed by each cell in the body. Pairing that knowledge with research on how well-hydrated cells function optimally, resist infection, and more efficiently eliminate toxins, Smirnov believed he had found the secret to maybe not a cure, but at least better prevention of cancer. He then patented a system to improve the molecular structure of water, aiding in better hydration and disease resistance for the human body.

Watch the above video for more information on The Truth About Cancer, and how the molecular structure of water impacts cell hydration and nourishment.


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