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Our bodies need a lot of ENERGY to function properly.

This energy is created by “little engines” inside our cells (called mitochondria) which power our entire bodies. But as we get older, our mitochondria accumulate damage and create less and less energy. With this loss of energy, our bodies start to break down, the aging process kicks in, diseases start forming and our health falls apart quickly. The good news is, the SOLUTION IS SIMPLE — repair the damaged mitochondria so the body has enough energy to function properly… and make sure the mitochondria don’t get damaged again.


Effects of Deuterium Excess



Deuterium Depleted Water

By drinking water that is depleted in deuterium, you dilute the deuterium that exists in your body. With lower levels of deuterium, your mitochondria operate much better and create optimal energy for your body. By drinking Deuterium Depleted Water, you can easily lower your deuterium levels and turn back the clock on aging and disease.

Human Body Water Content – 67%

Deuterium Depleted Food

Eating foods that are low in deuterium is essential to rebuilding your metabolism and ability to produce energy. We follow an easy-to-follow dietary program that focuses on adding deuterium depleted foods from high quality sources and eliminating high-deuterium foods. The results are a faster metabolism, more energy, and more mental clarity.


There are many  environmental factors that affect our mitochondria. The goal is to maintain a lifestyle approach focused on getting back to nature and learning how to lower your exposure to man-made technologies that affect your cellular health.

A closer look at Metabolism

What powers body metabolism?

It’s the “Little Engines” inside your cells called mitochondria that create energy from the food we eat. This process is called metabolism.

What breaks your metabolism?

Deuterium. Deuterium is a rare form of hydrogen that enters our body from the foods we eat, liquids we drink, and the air we breathe. Deuterium breaks the “little engines” when there is too high of levels inside of our cells.

Do you know what modern complex diseases like cancer, obesity, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and chronic fatigue have in common?

It’s too much deuterium for the body to deplete. This leads to more broken mitochondria and little energy to power your body. Your body becomes a car with a tank almost on empty. Sometimes it gets so bad your car breaks down and disease happens.

More details about Deuterium

Deuterium has all of the same properties as hydrogen, except it’s twice the weight. This is due to an added neutron to go with the proton in the nucleus. Because of this, deuterium is also referred to as “Heavy Hydrogen”.

In nature, deuterium helps things grow. For example, deuterium is really high in babies and small plants. However, having too much deuterium in our cells can lead to major problems. The “little engines” in our cells (the mitochondria), when functioning properly, actually deplete deuterium to protect critical functions of the cell. But, due to our poor environments and bad lifestyle, we have way too much deuterium inside of the cell and this overwhelms our “little engines”.

This starts a vicious cycle of deuterium building up and breaking more of our mitochondria. When our mitochondria break, our metabolism slows to a halt.

How can you Measure Your Levels of Deuterium?

When it comes to achieving optimal health, knowing your deuterium levels and your metabolic efficiency should be the main focus.

It is equally important to know how much deuterium is in the foods you eat and the beverages you drink. We use these as a road map to wellness.

Testing allows you to determine what metabolic pathways and level of deuterium is associated with the biological response you need for something as simple as weight loss or as complicated as stopping the growth of a cancer or occurrence of Alzheimer’s.

This simple saliva test can be done in the privacy of your home, it is easy to do and delivers an accurate and fast result.

*The primary resource used in writing this article is the information that is available through WWW.GERHAUSERHEALTH.COM