Wednesday, May 24, 2017

How this nano technology has quietly infiltrated several consumer products

In nature, because water is a polar molecule, it naturally forms clusters that end up being about 1 micron in size. These water clusters are absorbed easily throughout the digestive system into the blood.  In the blood, some water molecules that are loosely bound to these large clusters are pulled off for use in cells. The large clusters themselves are too large to enter a cell. Cells struggle to get adequate water molecules by robbing them from passing large clusters. Hydrozomes (a new nano-engineered form of water molecules) are quite different. They are about 100 nanometers in size, roughly 1/10th…

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