He’s the Juan Ponce de Leon of 21st Century Scientists
Just like Juan Ponce de Leon, the European explorer who searched in 1513 for a rumored fountain of youth in Florida, today’s guest has been exploring water for decades and maybe getting close to finding a true fountain of youth. Literally.
This water scientist is not chasing a rumor. His pursuit of new frontiers in water is scientifically based. Using the latest, high-priced technology, Robert Slovak creates a fresh spring of pristine water that science seems to think might provide longevity, increased energy, and terrific health to those who drink this specially-formulated water.
What type of water, you ask? It would be best if you tuned into this episode to grasp Slovak’s exciting work with water thoroughly.
Robert Slovak is an International water scientist who is regarded as one of the world’s foremost water experts and is currently working on deuterium depleted water. He has written hundreds of articles and presentations on water technology, water quality, and consumer advice throughout his career. Robert is best known for co-founding Water Factory Systems in the early 1970s with his brother and was among the early developers of Reverse Osmosis technology and its many applications.
Robert has tapped into Soviet-era technology to help bring deuterium-depleted water to consumers, allowing them to reduce their body’s burden of deuterium. He is the chief science officer of Litewater Scientific, a brand of deuterium-depleted water (DDW) that is advancing the full potential to help people in depleting their deuterium levels, achieve optimal health, abundant physical energy/vitality, and life extension. Drinking Litewater can potentially reverse fatigue, increase energy levels, promote brain function, support optimal metabolic levels, offer anti-aging benefits, and limit the harmful effects of metabolic toxins.
In this podcast, we cover:
- The health crisis Robert experienced that led him to the health and wellness space
- One of the “three great medicines and health products of all time” that Robert discovered in Brazil
- What is deuterium, and why do we want less of it in our drinking water?
- The only way to remove deuterium from water
- The biological effects of deuterium depletion (positive results for those who drink this water)
- How much of this water do you need to drink to reap the benefits?
The Most Significant Optimal Health and Anti Aging Strategy of Our Time
Robert tells Wade: “As I learned more about deuterium depletion, I’ve known about it and looked at it for ten years and never thought of doing anything with it. But as a water scientist, it just fascinated me. But all the work was being done in Russia. And I didn’t know anything about Russian scientists.
Here’s my viewpoint as health science’s focus shifts from free radicals and antioxidants; you and I came from metabolism and mitochondria. We are going down the rabbit hole to figure out how life works the benefits of depleting excess indigenous deuterium. This qualifies as the most significant health and anti-aging strategy of our time.”
Vacuum-Assisted Fractional Distillation Rectification
That’s a mouthful. Vacuum-Assisted Fractional Distillation Rectification is the process of removing deuterium from water. This involves hundreds of stainless steel tubes, a foot in diameter, three stories high, in which you heat water in these tubes. These tubes have something special inside of them – Robert calls it “the secret sauce” that makes this process work. As the molecules rise with the vacuum and the heat, this forces them to rise. There is a prolonged separation of the lighter molecule from the heavier molecule. And the deuterium stays towards the bottom while the Lightwater goes to the top.
This process is not cheap. You can make one gallon of this water per hour using one of these test tubes. That process costs $50,000.
However, Robert explains why the consumer’s cost works out to be cheaper than a daily Starbucks habit.
If you want to not only extend your life but also live a more robust, more energetic existence with the time you do have, be sure to tune in to this episode. Robert Slovak has spent the majority of his life studying water and deuterium, more specifically. His astronautical and mechanical engineering mind may have constructed something truly revolutionary for your health and longevity.
Check out this episode – you might run through parking lots while out shopping like 76-year-old Robert Slovak does.
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