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Episode 8 – Steven Sedlmayr from Divinia Water

Steven Sedlmayr

Steven Sedlmayr has an extensive background in mathematics and engineering, he was the youngest recipient of the National Science Foundation Grant at age of 16. He has worked for Martin Marietta, NASA, and the Denver Nuggets and several other institutions. Steven has many patents to his name. He has founded several companies and also is the inventor of the fiber optic television – ahead of its time, but was the precursor to high-definition television. 

Later in his career he worked with Dr. Rostrom Roy from Arizona State and Penn State. His latest patented invention concerns the restructuring of water molecules through a resonant process inducted by microwave energy. The water is light water – meaning that the deuterium (heavy water) is stripped from the molecules.

Divinia water has been around for approximately 2 years and provides the highest and most stringent standard for water that is above medical grade.
Although Divinia cannot claim any health benefits due to FDA restrictions, there are many people who have benefited from its use. Along with hydrating the body and its cells it also has properties of chelation and provides increased energy at a cellular and atomic level. It is unbuffered and oxygenated at 102%.

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Information provided here is based on our own research and information and is not a claim to any health benefits.

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