Here’s a typical result for patients on deuterium depletion therapy. We measured the deuterium saliva value and resting metabolic rate of two patients using the 2HealthTM and BreezingTM test, respectively. Both complained of chronic fatigue and an inability to get a good night sleep. Interestingly, their BreezingTM test indicated that each had below normal resting metabolic rates (RMR) – the minimal number of calories your body needs each day to maintain itself at rest with no activity. A low RMR is indicative of fatigue since it’s the body’s way of shutting you down to protect itself – i.e., it slows you down because it’s not getting enough energy to do anything else. The subjects began drinking 1.5 L of deuterium depleted drinking water (DDW) per day ~24 hours after taking their initial measurements. In order to focus in on the effects of the DDW alone, the subjects didn’t change their diet, exercise or anything that would lessen stress.
As seen in the graph below, the 53 year-old female was able to decrease her deuterium level down to 134 ppm and increase her RMR by 44% after drinking 85 ppm DDW for only a week. The 60 year-old male subject demonstrated a 41% increase in his RMR with a concomitant drop to 137 ppm after a week of drinking 105 ppm DDW. They stayed on the protocol for three more weeks and maintained that 40% RMR increase. We are happy to report that both patients have maintained their new energy level for more than 30 days after stopping the study. They both also report that they are able to sleep a lot better and have less aches and pains since starting the deuterium depletion therapy.