Bioavailability is the level of absorption of a substance, the more bioavailable the better the absorption capability. Our current water sources are not highly bioavailable due to the larger molecule size of the water. Electrolysis produces smaller, efficient molecules which are penetrable through the cell and are called microclusters. Our current water sources are larger and unstructured and is known as bulk/unstructured/dead water.

Because the cluster size of the water molecule and structure is smaller, it is easier for the body to transport it across the cell membrane into the cell, hydrating the body more efficently. 

Water easily passes in and out of the cells, carrying nutrients in and pushing toxins out. Improved cellular hydration results in a reduction of cell acidity, enhanced immunity, increased fat burning, DNA repair and increased resistance to viruses. Dehydrated cells lead to muscle wasting, cell hypoxia (oxygen starvation), DNA damage and accelerated aging.

Dr. Mu Shik Jhon was the President of the Korean Academy of Science and Technology and founding president of the Association of Academies of Sciences in Asia. He was a very prolific scientist with over 250 publications, most of which were published in American scientific journals. 

He says "Hexagonal water comprised of small molecular units of ring-shaped clusters, move easily within the cellular matrix of the body, helping with nutrient absorption and waste removal. It aids metabolic processes, supports the immune system, contributes to lasting vitality and acts as a carrier of dissolved oxygen. It can provide alkaline minerals to the body and it helps in the more efficient removal of acidic wastes. Drinking hexagonal (structured) water takes us in the direction of health. It supports long life and freedom from disease. Biological organisms prefer hexagonal water."