Dan Nelson – The End of Dehydration

by on December 1, 2011      

in Health & Wellness, Science & Technology

There was a time when thirty years of advanced research on hydration stated that we must drink half our body weight in liquid ounces of water everyday to stay hydrated. But according to physicist Dan Nelson, dehydration affects all of us equally – whether we drink two glasses or two gallons per day. Picking up where Dr. Fereydoon Batmanghelidj (the author of Your Body’s Many Cries For Water) left off, Dan Nelson identified chronic dehydration as a central factor in aging and disease and set out to find the solution. In the process, he had to rethink everything we thought we knew about water. By developing his own proprietary equipment – a one-of-a-kind laser apparatus for engineering water – Dan Nelson discovered the key to maximum absorption of water by compressing the particles to a small enough size to pass through the cell wall. As he guides us through his cutting-edge research, our current understanding of water seems fit for the stone age. Join us with Dan Nelson as we venture through groundbreaking new knowledge that can end dehydration all across the globe.