Did you know…that a scientist has been able to recreate Hunza water (also called “glacial milk”), which is a major factor contributing to the longevity of the Hunza people?
The Fountain of Youth is not mere myth. The secret to longevity runs plentiful, high in the Karkorum Mountains, just north of Pakistan. The Hunza Valley is a land shrouded in intrigue–it is said that the book, Shangri La, is based on this mountainous, remote valley.
What makes this land of particular interest is not its striking panorama, but the longevity of its inhabitants. The Hunza people have the longest average life span of any other population on earth, living disease-free, vital lives well past 120 years.
There have been many theories posited as to why the Hunza live such long lives. Is it the vigorous daily exercise that comes from navigating mountainous terrain, or the diet of raw fruits and vegetables consumed? While these factors undoubtedly contribute, over 60 years of research has shown that the key factor to the Hunza’s healthy life span is the water they drink, water that is dramatically different from the water we ingest every day.
Let’s start at the peak of the tale, when, at the age of 78, Nobel Prize winner and father of fluid dynamics, Dr. Henri Coanda handed over 60 years of research to 17-year-old science prodigy, Patrick Flanagan. Eleven-year-old Flanagan captured the attention of the Pentagon when he invented a device capable of identifying a missile launch from any location in the world.
He was recruited by the government to work with the most influential scientists during the cold war, after being featured in Life magazine as 1 of the 10 most promising scientists in America; it was in these “think tanks” that Patrick met his mentor, Dr. Coanda.
Dr. Coanda explained to Patrick that the secret to longevity lies in the water: “You are what you drink. Water is the most important thing you put in your body, but not all water is equal. Everywhere on earth, water has different physical characteristics, no matter where you travel…”
Expanding on Dr. Coanda’s research, Dr. Flanagan studied 5 isolated locations where people live healthy lives well past 120 years. The only common denominator among these communities is the composition of the water they drink, all of which comes from melted glaciers (hence the name, “glacial milk”).
This water, which has also been dubbed glacial milk, has a lower surface tension and is more similar in composition to the water surrounding our cells than our drinking water is.
Dr. Flanagan set out to develop water identical in structure to Hunza water so that the entire world could benefit from its life-sustaining properties.
Flanagan started by isolating the trace mineral, silica, a necessary nutrient responsible for strengthening our bones and arteries. He created a product called Crystal Energy, which could be easily added to pure distilled water so that you could benefit from the same silical minerals found in Hunza water also known as “glacial milk”.
Flanagan then went further in his research, refuting the commonly accepted belief that the difference was merely the trace minerals the water contained. His research explained that the superior properties of glacial water are actually attributed to the structure of its clustered water molecules.
In other words, it isn’t so much the silica minerals that enhance the water, but the negatively charged hydrogen molecules these minerals hold.
Hydrogen is the essential antioxidant, yet most people are deficient in this nutrient. Only those eating an organic raw food diet and living in a pristine environment untouched by pollution are possibly maintaining adequate hydrogen levels in the body.
Flanagan developed Silica-based Microclusters® that mimic “glacial milk” and significantly increase the body’s absorption of nutrients. These microclusters are like tiny microscopic carriers that, by dramatically reducing the size of the nutrients, are able to deliver minerals directly to our cells.
They protect the nutrients with an electrically charged mineral coating until safely absorbed by our cells. Fluids are able to move more readily between cells, flushing out toxins and hydrating our cells with water.
Dr. Flanagan’s work has set the stage for further investigation of this very real Fountain of Youth. It is quite possible that the entire world can improve quality of life and add many more years with glacial waters’ remarkable, life-extending properties.