In the 1960’, in former Soviet Union, the scientists studied two populations of whom members reached very high ages and were very healthy. Their habits, including the alimentary ones, where different, but they had something in common: where drinking iceberg water. The iceberg water is pure, with reduced deuterium content, being formed years ago.
Deuterium is one of the Hydrogen’s isotopes. The nucleus of most of the hydrogen’s atoms in nature contains one proton (1H), but the nucleus of the hydrogen atom may contains also one proton and one neutron or one proton and two neutrons. In the first case, this is called deuterium (2H or D), and in the second – tritium (3H or T).
The deuterium content of waters is about 150 ppm, with a minimal fluctuation; the deuterium content of the waters from rain in the equatorial area, is about 155 ppm; of the waters in the Nordic area of Canada, of about 135-140 ppm. The deuterium quantity in water may vary depending of latitude an altitude (about 150 ppm, and about 130 ppm at 2.000 meters altitude).
Qlarivia is produced using a complex technology, awarded at EUREKA – Bruxelles.
It unique formula has a deuterium contend of about 25 ppm (parts per million), five times lower that usual water.