Any kind of water optimization apparatus must obey nature’s principles and one of this principles is forming vortexes or whirls. Masuro Emoto photographed frozen water crystals and discovered that water is responding to “information” and has a “memory”. Water responds to human emotions, recording and storing information like a computer. Losing the structure of water, how its molecules are organized, makes water a sickness agent, as it destroys the body fluids structures. In the last decade, three groundbreaking scientific findings have proven why the alignment of the molecules in the water you drink is essential for your health and longevity.

When we are born, the water molecules in our cells are aligned in a single-file. Our body even converts any water we drink into that necessary single-file structure. As we age, our body’s ability to convert water into the single-file alignment dramatically decreases. Our body’s hydration becomes increasingly compromised. Nobel Prize winning research from the early 2000’s has proven that in order for water to be optimally effective in the body, the water molecules must be aligned in a single-file structure. Research confirms that the molecules of most of the water we consume daily are aligned in a chaotic, large-clustered manner. That makes it extremely difficult for our body to absorb and optimally hydrate, ultimately leading to unintentional, yet chronic dehydration. The inventor of the i-H2O Activation System (“MRET-Water is Nuclear Physicist Dr. Igor Smirnov has developed GIA’s patented Single File Alignment (SFA) Technology allows for cellular hydration.

LiveWater systems is a structured water technology using optimizing devices. LiveWater is not a filtration, reverse osmosis or a softener system; it is a complex water optimization method using the major water properties for increasing water crystallinity and forming natural structured water, usually hexagonal shape. Self-cleaning occurs by application of a whirl to form many vortexes and significantly increasing Ionic oxygen content, able to reduce blood clotting energetically due to it dipolar charge. Treated water is reimprinted with the information approaching the qualities of natural spring water. Technology is available at Watch the documentary; LiveWater – The Secret of Living Water at

Symptoms directly resulting from dehydration include: uneven skin tone, premature onset of wrinkles, anxiety and/or depression, headaches, joint pain, excess weight, sleeplessness, lack of focus and fatigue.


It is important to drink adequate amounts of pure water (water filtered by reverse osmosis or an adequate filter system, rendering it as free as possible of fluoride and other contaminants). For example, many processes in the liver are dependent on proper water content of the liver cells. Carbohydrate and fatty acid metabolism can be seriously impaired when the cells become dehydrated (Graf, Haddad, Haeussinger, & Lang, 1988; Lang, Stehle, & Häussinger, 1989; Meijer, Baquet, Gustafson, van Woerkom, & Hue, 1992).


Water is involved with gene expression modification at cellular levels (Bedford, Bagnasco, Kador, Harris, & Burg, 1987; Garcia-Perez & Burg, 1991; Kwon et al., 1992; Paredes, McManus, Kwon, & Strange, 1992; Yamauchi, Uchida, Preston, Kwon, & Handler, 1993) causing changes in the expression of important proteins in the cells and even the ability of viruses to replicate (Häussinger; Offensperger, Offensperger, Stoll, Gerok, & Häussinger, 1994; Schliess & Häussinger, 2002).


Cells can change their water content, depending on the presence of certain nutrients such as protein or amino acids. Your cells are constantly responding to the physiology around them by changing their hydration levels. Change in cellular water content occurs not only in response to how much water you drink, but also to various hormones and chemicals in the body. Changes in cellular hydration are used as a messenger system by the cells to help them adapt to the environment (Häussinger et al., 1991; Schliess & Häussinger, 2002).  For example, the cells can swell as a consequence of insulin effects on cell function (Schliess & Häussinger, 2003).

The accumulation of ammonia, sometimes as a result of liver disease, can also lead to the accumulation of water inside the cells. When the brain cells swell as a result of ammonia toxicity the result is brain damage (Häussinger, Lang, & Gerok, 1994).

In the liver, insulin-induced cell swelling is critical for stimulation of glycogen and protein synthesis as well as inhibition of breakdown of cells. Glucagon, epinephrine, cortisol, and growth hormone all possess biologic activity capable of opposing insulin action (Butler & Rizza, 1989).

Cellular dehydration impairs insulin signaling and may be a major cause of insulin resistance, which develops into systemic hyperosmolarity (Schliess & Häussinger, 2003). In addition, oxidative challenges and unbalanced production of insulin-counteracting hormones can also result in hyperosmolarity. Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state (HHS) refers to the high concentration of glucose in the blood. Elevated blood sugar is a serious metabolic derangement that occurs in patients with diabetes mellitus (DM) and can be a life-threatening emergency. HHS most commonly occurs in patients with type II DM experiencing reduced fluid intake due to an infection or another concomitant illness. Cellular dehydration leads to a catabolic situation where the cell begins to break down and also sensitizes cells to apoptotic stimuli resulting in cell death (Schliess & Häussinger, 2003).


Your body signals a need for water by producing pain as a symptom of dehydration. According to Dr. Batmanghelidj, M.D. a graduate of St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School of London University, in his book “Your Body’s Many Cries for Water”, a lack of water may be linked to many degenerative diseases including asthma, arthritis, hypertension, angina and adult-onset diabetes.

The main obsesogen found in tap water is atrazine, which slows thyroid hormone metabolism. Atrazine is a herbacide used on broadleaf weeds in crops such as corn and sugarcane and on turf, such as golf courses and residential lawns. This chemical has been banned in Europe, but is one of the most widely used herbicides in US. Tributylin, a fungicide which stimulates fat cell production, is another common tap water contaminant.

A disinfectant, chloramine, is a compound made of chlorine and ammonia that is used by some water districts. This is an extremely toxic chemical that is highly corrosive and requires an advance carbon filtration to remove from drinking water.

The President’s Cancer Panels reports that endocrine disruptors such as pesticides and herbicides are directly linked to cancer. Most water filters cannot effectively remove the chloramine, pharmaceutical residues and pesticides from your drinking water. Protection from absorbing contaminants through our skin and lungs during a shower or bath is just as important as having proper filtration for drinking water (Miranda, Kim, Hull, Paul, & Galeano, 2007).

Drinking water filtration systems should have multiple separate stages, full bed depth filters, at least one high quality granular activated carbon filter stage and one highly rated carbon block stage. These filter stages should typically be replaced every year.

High quality home filtration systems should meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum 1000 iodine rating of carbon media, and
  • Automatic backwashing to prolong filtration media lifespan and keep it from reverse channeling.

Quality whole home filtration should last a family of four on chlorinated (not chloramine-treated) water about ten years (