Living water and epigenetics


Our health, the key to happiness in life!

Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing / WHO 1986 Ottawa Charter. “Health is not everything, but without health everything is nothing – nine tenths of our happiness are based solely on health, with it everything becomes a source of pleasure!" Wrote the philosopher Arthur Schopenauer, who died over 150 years ago (1788-1860). “Living water” is what water scientists mean by natural, pure deep water that emerges by its own power as a mature source of Artesian water.

It is a quality water with high cell availability. (1) “Epigenetics” is a specialty in biology and deals with the question of which genes are active in the cells at certain times – it can also be described as the science of “cell aging.” (2) Water plays an increasingly important role as a “fountain of youth" in medicine, as confirmed by new studies and current scientific findings.

Map of epigenetics

The term epigenetics comes from Greek and literally means “in addition to genetics". Epigenetics explains the influence of environmental factors on cell properties and the state of activity of genes. Research in this area makes a great contribution to protecting the health of the population. Humans are exposed to a very large number of environmental influences every day that influence the epigenetic mechanisms. For example, benzene or hormone-active chemicals such as bisphenol A (part of PET bottles) can change the epigenetic pattern. These incorrect markings can have a negative impact on the organism. As a result, the risk of cancer and congenital malformations in the body may increase. Epigenetic changes can also accumulate over years and trigger problems in combination with illnesses. (1)

Green Tea and Royal Jelly switch on good genes: epigenetics illuminates phenomena!
It is known that green tea in Japan increases life expectancy and also improves cancer statistics: the number of people over the age of 100 rose from around 4,000 to over 77,000 between 1960 and 2015, and Japan has the lowest cancer rate worldwide. It was only possible to clarify why this is the case with epigenetics: when brewing the unfermented tea leaves, a substance with the complicated name epigallocatechin-3-gallate / EGCG is released. This substance reactivates a gene that provides the blueprint for a cancer-fighting substance. In the case of bees, it becomes clear how much foodstuff alone can have an epigenetic effect: whoever receives a honey-pollen porridge becomes a simple worker bee. Whoever gets the high-quality royal jelly becomes a queen. The scientists found out the reasons for this are based on epigenetics. (2)

Water is Life

Water is life and it is impossible to imagine life without it. We drink, wash, cook and water our flowers and fields every day. We go to the swimming pool, take a shower and take a full bath. We are fortunate to have enough fresh water and unfortunately often forget that clean water is not a readily accessible in most parts of the world. UN statistics show that 800 million people do not have access to pure drinking water from a clean source. 2.4 billion people have no sanitary facilities and
According to a UN study (2016), 80% of all preventable diseases are caused by polluted water.

Living Water from artesian Sources

Artesian wells are water sources that flow naturally from the depths of the earth towards the surface because they are under natural pressure. If the water emerges from a natural opening, one speaks of an artesian spring – named after the Artois region in the north of France (since 1126). These springs have been referred to throughout the entire Alpine region as “Holy Fountains”. Because of this natural process, the molecular structure of the water is preserved. Due to the long flow of water through layers of rock, it remains pure and free of toxins. It is enriched with minerals and energies and carries so much information from the interior of the earth to the surface. One also speaks of ripe or mature water, which moreover has a special crystalline structure.

Epigenetics and the importance of living water

“Maybe the mother of the cell was a droplet of water," suspects Dr. Noemi Kempe, physicist from Moscow and head of the Institute for Biosensorics and Bioenergetic Environmental Research (IBBU) in Graz / Austria. Cells are the elementary particles of all living things. Epigenetics deals with inheritable changes in gene regulation without directly changing the DNA sequence. Epigenetic changes can be initiated by chemical or physical environmental factors. Biological, psychological and social factors are also able to model the epigenome. “We have unprecedented power over our genes and those of our children," says Dr. Kempe, because “inheritance is the passing on of information to the next generation". And “with consciousness we can change the epigenome!" Water plays a decisive role in all processes in living material. For example, the cell mass consists of 70% water and it keeps its shape because water in liquid form is practically incompressible. Water has a transport function and is fully integrated in all information processes. “It is imperative to be careful how much and what water is drunk," recommends Dr. Kempe. (3)

Spring water as the elixir of life

The best water for the human organism is a natural, lively, low mineral, spring water. Water transports absorbed nutrients, removes metabolic breakdown products and maintains the osmotic pressure of the cells. It is the most important food source for humans. The water content changes with age: newborns have a water content of approx. 75%, adults have a water content of approx. 65% – due to their physique, the water content in women is approx. 5-10% lower than in men. In old age, the water content drops to below 50% in both sexes, so that older people are more at risk of health problems because of this dehydration.

The problem with free radicals

A lack of water causes us to age earlier. Dehydrated cells that are deprived of fluid break down mitochondria. The loss of cell water causes the cells to shrink more quickly, making them easier for free radicals, bacteria and viruses to attack. We are exposed to free radicals every day. The main sources of damage are pollution, smoking or passive smoking, stress (including physical stress such as sports), radiation (X-rays, cosmic rays, air travel). Free radicals are molecules that become unstable as soon as they lose an electron. In order to regain their stability, these molecules react quickly with other compounds and try to grab the required electron. The attacked molecule loses its electron, thereby becoming a free radical itself and taking an electron away from the neighboring molecule, which triggers a chain reaction. As we get older, our cell protection weakens due to a lack of antioxidant enzymes.

The solution: antioxidants

Antioxidants are the most important part of our defense system, a complex network of different components that interact and complement each other. Antioxidants such as (e.g. vitamin C, vitamin E) release one of their own electrons to the free radical molecule. They remain stable, interact with the oxidative chain reaction and help protect the cells from oxidative stress.

Effect of antioxidants

To sustainably support health, it is important to consume a wide range of antioxidants. Dietary supplement products with an abundance of different antioxidants can be compared to a wide variety of fruit and vegetable dishes: Carotenoids strengthen the antioxidative protection of the cell membranes and have been proven to protect the skin from the negative effects of UV light. The main carotenoids are beta carotene, lycopene, lutein and alpha carotene. It is very important to use several different carotenoid sources to enhance the positive effects. The 5 most important families of external antioxidants are: antioxidant vitamins, mineral cofactors, carotenoids, flavonoids and other unique antioxidants (such as alpha lipoic acid).

Your body is not sick, it is thirsty!

Dehydration – is the basic cause of many chronic diseases. Dr. F. Batmanghelidj M.D. noted this as early as 2003 in his lecture on the healing power of water – held at the “The Governmental Health Forum" in Warshington D.C.USA. He pointed out that as many people as possible should know the following truths about water:

  • Earth and man are one: 71% of the earth’s surface is covered by water. Our body also consists largely of water, on average also 70%
  • Many “diseases” are caused lack of fluids in the body
  • Water regulates most of the body’s functions
  • Water is necessary to avoid stress
  • Dehydration and lack of salt cause high blood pressure
  • Knowledge of the benefits of water is an educational issue

“The brain consists of more than 90% water. The eyes are the sensory organs with the most water. The water transports vibrations that we send out and receives them again. Prof. Gerald Pollok, water researcher at the University of Washington, discovered the fourth form of aggregate, the 4th dimension of water. Water is organized at hydrophilic (wettable) interfaces. Links to the work of Dr. Gerald Pollok can be found at

Lack of water is the main cause of headaches and migraines: According to the German Migraine and Headache Society (DMKG), at least 3 million people suffer from headaches daily in Germany alone and 10 million have migraines regularly. Latest studies by the British neurologist Dr. Joseph N. Blau show that a lack of water often triggers both headaches and migraines.
Living water reduces cellulite
Cellulite is a collection of metabolic waste in the connective tissue. Body waste arises from: medication residues, dental toxins, toxins, environmental toxins, food, animal proteins, refined carbohydrates, sugar, and much more. These metabolic waste products cause acidity and the unsightly dents on the buttocks, thighs and upper arms. The cause of cellulite is always an overacidification of the body. Successful deacidification of the body is possible in a variety of ways. In addition to exercise in the fresh air, massages, base baths and much more mindful eating behavior is helpful:

  1. Avoidance of acidic foods: alcohol, coffee, cola & co
  2. Increasing the proportion of base-forming foods: fruits, vegetables, salads – these foods also consist of 70% pure water.
  3. Flush out the stored metabolic waste with 3-5 liters of living, pure, healthy water (depending on body weight) per day. Living water has the power of artesian water and has the best conditions that the cells need to release the toxins in the body as quickly as possible.

Living water prevents obesity: “Drinking water should become a mandatory subject in schools," says Dr. Mathilde Kersting from the Research Institute for Child Nutrition (FKE): “Children have a water deficit!" This is demonstrably measurable in urine samples. Children who drink enough water can concentrate better and have a 31% lower risk of becoming overweight.

Living water our “fountain of youth" – it keeps our cells young

Nowhere can you see age as quickly as in the skin – if the body cells are fit and young, this is particularly evident on the face. Why is the aging process so different? The answer is in the cells. It is not so much about the time that the cells age, but above all the lifestyle. This is proven by a study of 186 identical twins (4). We decide for ourselves whether we will slow down our aging process or even repair damage. For this, our body needs water and protein. (5) Our body cells consist of up to 85% water. If the cells lose 10% of water, they age rapidly. This means that the mitochondria (the energy power plants of the cells) are broken down, and the ribosomes (the protein producers of the cells) also decrease when there is a lack of water. The result: the overall metabolism and cellular respiration decrease, the cells shrink and can no longer defend themselves against pathogens, pollutants and, above all, toxins and die completely over time. We have less energy, are more at risk of obesity and disease and do not regenerate. This aging process can be seen very quickly, especially on the skin. The upper layer of skin, the epidermis, can absorb three times as much water as it weighs. It can maintain its natural skin protection barrier. Dry skin indicates too little water in the body, quickly becomes wrinkled and is prone to inflammation.

My personal tip

Drinking in everyday life … practical use of living water to maintain your good health

  • Drink uncontaminated, low-carbon, artesian water
  • Drink from glass bottles, avoid PET bottles
  • Avoid sweetened liquids
  • Pay attention to your drinking water: always should be within easy reach
  • Create water islands at work and at home
  • Keep a log of your water drinking
  • Share your knowledge of the truth of the water