Erik Deitz is an authority on water – from how it is absorbed by our body’s cells to all things water related. For 27 years, he has been involved with water education, sampling, water restructuring, filtration and environmental impact. He has worked with many county health departments and consulted with leading organizations like the Environmental Protection Agency and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

Erik has lectured on water and taught a range of health practitioners about the benefits of restructured water. He has implemented many successful water related programs for improved health and wellness, including programs for top Major League Baseball teams and other professional athletes to enhance their performance and recovery times. Erik also heads up a worldwide network of water resources and distribution.

In his unique role as a Anti-Aging Restructured Water Expert, Erik looks forward to sharing his extensive knowledge of the properties and importance of restructured water and its health benefits.

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