Structured water is "the water that's found in nature." The theory is that structured water molecules held within our cells might have a higher level of electrical charges, in a specific order that helps our cells function. When our cells' water molecules are optimally charged, this can potentially impact how the muscles and tissue throughout our bodies work. But when water is mechanically filtered, treated with chemicals and contaminated with various pollutants or toxins - leading to high tap water toxicity and abnormal estrogen levels in our water - the structure changes and, therefore, the water loses some of its healing benefits.
Dr. Gerald Pollack of the University of Washington is one of the leading authorities on structured water. After studying water science and technologies for the past decade-plus, he believes that water is profoundly impacted by light and heat-generating sources found in nature, which changes the molecular composition of the water we drink and store within our bodies.
While research is still limited and inconclusive, structured water might have an optimal pH that is crucial to health and a specific power source that helps us stay maximally hydrated. Because of the many roles that water and hydration have in the body, structured water is said to benefit:
The belief associated with structured water is that even once water is in your body and enters your cells, it's capable of restructuring itself when it's exposed to certain energy sources. These restructuring energy sources can include a source of heat (including the sun, earth, radiation device or a muscle-heating pad), infrared light or even human touch.