Many of us learned as children about photosynthesis. The process whereby green plants soak up sunlight, draw up water, and convert it into chemical energy. 

The first step of photosynthesis is when light received by the plant causes the water within cells to split into positive and negative ions. Essentially creating energy from water and light. 

Now, imagine how wonderful it would be if humans could do the same thing – convert sunlight and water into fuel for our cells. Well, believe it or not, it seems that we can do just that via a special kind of water known as EZ (exclusion zone) water.

Read on to learn more…