Structured Water Units Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  Do the units eliminate Chlorine?
A:  Chlorine, when Structured turns into a gas this gas is lighter than water and heavier than air. So when running it into a container like a glass the chlorine gas rises to the surface over time and remains on the surface. I suggest you blow on the surface of the water than drink.

Ph, remember ph means potential hydrogen. There many reasons that potentially hydrogen may differ from time to time. In your water is what is called total dissolved  solids ( TDS) and these solids build up on the inside of your pipes especially when near electricity. Hydrogen, free hydrogen, is attracted to these dissolved  solids so until the Structured Water has completely brought this condition into solution you may experience a variation in ph. The color red increases hydrogen. Anger and stress decrease hydrogen. Structured Water brings life into balance.

All the aspects of bringing your water back to its original intended form is about energy. This energy brings Coherence, Balance, Harmony making the water sweet, soft and exquisitely productive within its effective field. So considering all the toxic and disruptive energies water faces today to return it to its original form takes energy. Increasing the number of Structured Water units in series brings more energy to bare on the problem. If you have a Portable place a finger on the spigot, fill it 3/4 full with liquid, place the palm of your other hand over the funnel and shake it up and down. This action will increase the Structure significantly.

Look at and find the Scientific study; Hagalis AG, GDV Statistical Analysis #1, etc. for more information.

 Q: Do the Units eliminate Fluoride?
A:  When water is structured all contaminants are neutralized and changed on the molecular level so they will pass through the elimination system and not be ingested.

On you will find a report by Hagalis AG, Crystallization Analysis Quality of Water Purification Units (Natural Action Technologies Inc.) This shows the molecular structure change relative to a Hydrogen Bond Angle increase of 120 degrees.

Tap water forms into clusters contain 10s of thousands of water molecules holding on to the energy and physical properties of all the toxins, hydrocarbons, bacteria, viruses, molds and pathogens the water has passed through or passed by sense it came out of Nature.

Natural Action Technologies Structured Water & Air units increase the Hydrogen Bond Angle reducing the water molecule clusters to between 5 and 20 molecules making Structured Water incapable of holding on to any physical properties or energies detrimental to life including toxins, hydrocarbons, bacteria, viruses, molds and pathogens. In other words Fluoride being poison, toxic, impossible to energetically reside in Structured Water.

Q: Where do the physical toxins go?
A: They go out our elimination systems. Everything we eat and everything we drink goes out our elimination system. So what feeds our cells? The energy of the food we eat and the energy of all we drink feeds our cells. How does this energy get to every cell in our bodies? This energy rides on the surface of water molecules and is delivered to each and every cell in our bodies. How does the water we drink and bathe in get to be an individual water molecule? Our bodies have make the water so by extending an enormous amount of energy which if this energy could be converted to electricity would light up a house for a month. Or we could use Natural Action Technologies Structured Water to instantaneously energetically hydrate and feed us at the cellular level.

Why Water Matters

Why Water Matters

Even healthy eaters often underestimate the importance of their water intake and wind up suffering from chronic, low-grade dehydration. Here are just a few reasons good hydration is essential to good health, followed by six tips for staying hydrated.


Suboptimal hydration slows the activity of enzymes, including those responsible for producing energy, leading to feelings of fatigue. Even a slight reduction in hydration can lower metabolism and reduce your ability to exercise efficiently.


Our bodies produce an average of 7 liters of digestive juices daily. When we don’t drink enough liquid, our secretions are more limited and the digestive process is inhibited. (Note that drinking too much water all at once, particularly with food, can also dilute digestive juices, reducing their efficacy and leading to indigestion.)


As partially digested food passes through the colon, the colon absorbs excess liquid and transfers it to the bloodstream so that a stool of normal consistency is formed. When the body is low on water, it extracts too much liquid from the stool, which then becomes hard, dry and difficult to eliminate. Slowed elimination contributes to bodywide toxicity and inflammation.

Blood Pressure:

When we are chronically dehydrated, our blood becomes thicker and more viscous. Additionally, in response to reduced overall blood volume, the blood vessels contract. To compensate for the increased vein-wall tension and increased blood viscosity, the body must work harder to push blood through the veins, resulting in elevated blood pressure.

Stomach Health:

Under normal circumstances, the stomach secretes a layer of mucus (which is composed of 98 percent water) to prevent its mucus membranes from being destroyed by the highly acidic digestive fluid it produces. Chronic dehydration, though, impedes mucus production and may irritate and produce ulcers in the stomach lining.


The moist mucus membranes in the respiratory region are protective; however, in a state of chronic dehydration, they dry out and become vulnerable to attack from substances that might exist in inhaled air, such as dust and pollen.


Dehydration causes enzymatic slowdown, interrupting important biochemical transformations, with acidifying results at the cellular level. The acidification of the body’s internal cellular environment can be further worsened when excretory organs responsible for eliminating acids (e.g., the skin and kidneys) don’t have enough liquid to do their jobs properly. An overly acidic biochemical environment can give rise to a host of inflammatory health conditions.

Weight Management:

Feelings of thirst can be confused with hunger, both because eating can soothe thirst and also because dehydration-induced fatigue is often misinterpreted as a lack of fuel (e.g., sugar). Both dynamics can lead to false sensations of hunger, triggering overeating and weight gain. Inadequate hydration can also promote the storage of inflammatory toxins, which can also promote weight gain.

Skin Health:

Dehydrated skin loses elasticity and has a dry, flaky appearance and texture. But dehydration can also lead to skin irritation and rashes, including conditions like eczema. We need to sweat about 24 ounces a day to properly dilute and transport the toxins being eliminated through our skin. When we are chronically dehydrated, the sweat becomes more concentrated and toxins aren’t removed from our systems as readily, which can lead to skin irritation and inflammation.


Cholesterol is an essential element in cell membrane construction. When we are in a state of chronic dehydration and too much liquid is removed from within the cell walls, the body tries to stop the loss by producing more cholesterol to shore up the cell membrane. Although the cholesterol protects the cell membrane from being so permeable, the overproduction introduces too much cholesterol into the bloodstream.

Kidney and Urinary Health:

When we don’t drink enough liquid, our kidneys struggle to flush water-soluble toxins from our system. When we don’t adequately dilute the toxins in our urine, the toxins irritate the urinary mucus membranes and create a germ- and infection-friendly environment.

Joint Health:

Dehydrated cartilage and ligaments are more brittle and prone to damage. Joints can also become painfully inflamed when irritants, usually toxins produced by the body and concentrated in our blood and cellular fluids, attack them, setting the stage for arthritis.


The normal aging process involves a gradual loss of cell volume and an imbalance of the extracellular and intracellular fluids. This loss of cellular water can be accelerated when we don’t ingest enough liquids, or when our cell membranes aren’t capable of maintaining a proper fluid balance.


Magnesium and Nutrient Deficiency: The Decline of Health into Illness

By Dr. Carolyn Dean

The chronology of health into disease applies to most every individual who suffers from chronic symptoms that express themselves through the immune system, the circulatory system, or organ integrity. In addition to the pain, suffering, and constant disappointment of physical symptoms the individual also suffers from anxiety, depression, and lack of confidence.

To cope with the onslaught of symptoms that appear to come from ‘nowhere’ many individuals start by swallowing a cabinet full of medications and then when they begin to experience the side effects of medications, switch to swallowing a closet full of supplements!

Here is what can happen in our drug-addicted society beginning with our birth and following us through puberty into adulthood:

Vaccinations, which contained or contain mercury, aluminum and a host of other toxic components, including live viral particles, given within the first days of birth. When given at the time of a cold or fever, a child’s body is especially not able to handle the toxic load.

Childhood ear infections can begin at birth as yeast infections picked up from the mother during delivery. Most ear infections are treated with antibiotics.
Ear infections may become chronic and require multiple courses of antibiotics, leading to diarrhea and intestinal yeast infections. There are body body-wide effects from the 178 yeast toxins that include anxiety, depression, fatigue, irritability, and headaches.

Leaky gut can develop and cause undigested food molecules to be absorbed from the gut into the blood stream leading to food allergies and sensitivities. The most common are wheat and dairy.
Eczema, aggravated by food sensitivity, is suppressed with cortisone creams. Cortisone encourages yeast growth.

Asthma, which may be environmental, is treated with medications including corticosteroid inhalers.
Multiple colds and flu’s are mistreated with many courses of antibiotics.

Annual flu vaccines contain mercury preservative, which is toxic to the nervous system and also kills good bacteria allowing yeast to overgrowth.

Allergic reactions are treated with allergy shots, antihistamines, and cortisone sprays.

Many adolescents take long-term oral antibiotics for acne, leading to yeast overgrowth.

Many teens and young adults develop mononucleosis, and up to 20 percent never feel quite as healthy again.

Birth control pills cause chronic vaginal yeast infections, which are mistreated with antibiotic creams.

Pregnancy hormones encourage vaginal yeast infections. Pregnancy itself depletes the mother’s nutrition, as well as the thyroid and the adrenal glands.
Hospitalization for infections or any type of surgery usually warrants intravenous antibiotics and a host of other drugs, which adds to the toxic burden.

Athletes and those who play competitive sports suffer from stress, injury and fatigue are treated with steroids and NSAID’s.

Corporate executives fall prey to chronic fatigue, insomnia, and IBS as a result of their hectic schedules, travel schedules, and eating processed foods on a regular basis. These symptoms are all treated with anti-inflammatory, sleeping pills, and antidepressants. However, when the cause is a toxic overload, medications can make the symptoms worse.

Major colds and flu’s can lead to bronchitis and pneumonia, which are treated with strong antibiotics.
Environmental allergies with extreme sensitivities to inhalants, especially perfumes, colognes, household products, pesticides, and molds, are treated with corticosteroid inhalers, which cause more yeast overgrowth.

Depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and palpitations are treated with antidepressants and psychotherapy instead of magnesium and B vitamins that are woefully depleted.

A-Fib and other heart rhythm issues are ignored and then treated with prescriptions drugs and surgeries when the symptoms become threatening.

Menopause is medicated with synthetic hormones. Body nutrients including all the vitamins and minerals are depleted with every step of this scenario and result in a total body burden of drugs, toxins, and various stressors. The end result is an exhausted, nervous, shaky individual who has nowhere to turn and thinks no one can help her.

By the time many of our customers contact us they are in a Total Body Meltdown.  Our customers have often consulted with dozens of doctors, but whether it’s an allopathic or a naturopathic doctor, the search is on for the drug or supplement for their symptoms, which often proves fruitless. Take another look at the chronology of health to illness and tell me how on earth a drug or supplement is going to make a dent in all of that?

The reality is that years of nutritional deficiencies, lifestyle choices, and environmental factors erode the body’s natural capacity for unlimited heath. Thankfully, the body’s latent intelligence and incredible design provide for a total reset if you give it the correct building blocks in an appropriate administration.

In 2017 – Reset and restore balance at the cellular level!
Start by booking a Live Blood Analysis today.

Recipe – Healthy Spinach Rolls


You want a dish that your children will love, here it is. Great for you and tastes great!

2 to 3 bunches of fresh spinach leaves washed and drained
1 lb ground turkey breast
1 cup rice uncooked (white or brown)
2 16 ounce cans chicken broth [or vegetable]
1 large onion white or yellow
2 cloves garlic
1 egg
pinch sea salt

How to make it:
•Wash spinach and drain, set aside, you can leave the stems on if you like.
•In a large bowl, mix together-ground turkey breast, onion chopped, garlic chopped, rice uncooked pinch of salt, and egg.
•Mix together.
•Use a spoon to dip out and place a rounded teaspoon of mixture into a spinach leaf and roll.
•Place in a deep baking dish, keep rolling the spinach leaves and mixture layering them.
•Pour 1 and half cans of chicken broth over the spinach rolls.

Preheat oven 350, bake covered for about 45 minutes.
Check the juices and add the rest of the chicken broth if needed.

Uncover the last 7 to 10 minutes of baking.

Best Used By Blood Types:
Type A (3 beneficials)
Type A Non Secretor (3 beneficials)
Type AB (3 beneficials)
Type AB Non Secretor (4 beneficials)
Type B (0 beneficials)
Type B Non Secretor (2 beneficials)
Type O (2 beneficials)
Type O Non Secretor (3 beneficials)