Thursday, February 28, 2008
Miracle Molecular Structure of Water: Human Body Loves Hexagonal Water
Dr. Yang H. Oh, PhD, received his degree in Chemistry from Harvard and is retired from a professorship at Baylor Medical School. Dr. Oh states,
"The hexagonal structure of water is the one that promotes health and increases longevity. The human body loves hexagonal water."
We now understand that the water in our bodies must be structured to be able to carry sufficient and correct information to the cells for proper health, and smaller, organized clusters of these structures, seems to be preferable to large clusters for optimum health. Proper structuring of the molecules is also essential for delivery of nutrients into the cells and removal of wastes out of the cells. If water is not structured properly on consumption, then the body has to assume the task of its structuring; however, this does not always occur sufficiently for various reasons and water remains in a chaotic state. When this happens the body becomes increasingly dehydrated and malnourished and the clumping together of different kinds of cells can occur, keeping them from functioning properly.
Water: for us it is the most important substance on the planet. It sustains life and enhances wellbeing. But according to Dr. Yang Oh and Gil-Ho Kim, water possesses differing molecular structures, and the kind of water you drink may relate to bodily dysfunction and disease. Basing their work on the research of Dr. Mu Shik Jhon, the authors conclude that the three different molecular structures of water identified in this book have varied affects on the body. They even point to evidence that seems to indicate abnormal water structure could be related to the abnormal cellular activity that results in cancer and diabetes. Their conclusion: The hexagonal structure of water is the one that promotes health and increases longevity.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: A native of Korea, Dr. Yang H. Oh holds a Ph.D. in biochemistry from Harvard Medical School. He is retired from a professorship at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He is currently Director General of his own YHO Bio-Science R/D Center in Houston and also in Korea.
A businessman and researched who was educated at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Gil Ho Kim has served as vice chairman of the Korea Water Purifier Industrial Association. Also a native of Korea, he has worked with the National Association for Scientists and Engineers of Korea and the Korean Association for the advancement of sciences.