Dr. Pollack, Exclusion Zone Water (EZ Water) Researcher, Hosts Sophia Meeting

The Water Conference, and Bio-identical Signaling Technology

October 9th, 2016

Vladimir Voeikov, Gerald Pollack, Nikolai Bunkin, and Hans Eng at the Water Conference 2016

Dr. Gerald Pollack, prominent Exclusion Zone water (EZ water) researcher, and author of The Fourth Phase of Water, asked Hans Eng to present NanoVi™ technology at the Water Conference in Sophia Bulgaria. Dr. Pollack is a Professor at the University of Washington Department of Bioengineering who organizes the annual meeting on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water to bring professionals from around the world together to share their research and scientific insights.

Pictured to the right with Hans Eng are Vladimir Voeikov and Nikolai Bunkin of Moscow State University, and Dr. Gerald Pollack from the University of Washington.

Hans Eng presented on the process of inducing cellular repair by using near infrared (NIR) to influence water within and between cells as it relates to Exclusion Zone water. For more detailed information, please read below



Energy Via Indirectly induced NIR (iiNIR) repair process

Because we now know specifics about the attributes of water, it is possible to utilize and optimize indirectly induced NIR processes. Several electromagnetic energies, one at the high end of the NIR range and others above the NIR range, are specific wavelengths that match absorption peaks of water. In this situation, water not only absorbs the energy, it also transfers it (ultrafast) between its networked molecules.

More precisely, the energy is transferred within the water’s hydrogen bond network via nano-vibrations. If the number of water molecules is small enough, like in a cell, iiNIR is thought to alter the attributes into so-called Exclusion Zone water (EZ water). This cascading effect of energy transfer is not limited in distances or volume, as long as the water molecules form a network and are connected to each other.

Ultimately, the energy is transmitted to all components that are embedded in the network of water molecules and embedded proteins receive an energy kick. Because of the energy conversion during the transfer from electromagnetic energy, to hydrogen bond energy and finally to the receiving protein, this process is called Indirect-induced-NIR (iiNIR) therapy. Again, this indirectly-induced-NIR process is only triggered by very specific NIR wavelengths, converted to a kinetic energy (kick) and transferred across water molecules, via nano-vibrations, to ultimately be received by the proteins and enable their biological functions.

The NanoVi™ technology utilizes these properties of water and energy transfer. Tests and studies with NanoVi™ technology prove that it assists the repair of proteins and enhances protein function.

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The Water Conference organized by Dr. Gerald Pollack, hosts NanoVi™ Bio-Identical Signaling Technology

The Water Conference and Bio-Identical Signaling Technology

August 24th, 2016

Hans Eng, CEO of Eng3, has been invited to participate in the Water Conference on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water. Dr. Gerald Pollack first started “The Water Conference” in 2006 to bring researchers studying the special properties of water together. In addition to Gerald Pollack, who is from the University of Washington, the distinguished speakers include water scientists Vladimir Voeikov and Nikolai Bunkin of Moscow State University, and Roberto Germano from the University of Napoli, Italy. Hans Eng will introduce bio-identical signaling technology, and how NanoVi™ technology assists and enhances cellular repair by influencing water within and between cells.

The Water Conference 2016

Dr. Gerald Pollack, the organizer of The Water Conference, is well known for advancing the notion of a “fourth phase of water”, in addition to solid, liquid, and gas. This new phase is often referred to as Exclusion Zone Water (EZ Water).

In his book The Fourth Phase of Water Dr. Pollack “lays a simple foundation for understanding how changes of water structure underlie most energetic transitions of form and motion on earth” (Pollack, 2013).

Pollack, Gerald H. The Fourth Phase of Water: Beyond Solid, Liquid, and Vapor. Seattle, WA: Ebner & Sons, 2013. Print.

NanoVi™ research results presented at Oxidative Stress Conference

Oxidative Stress Scientific Conference: New Developments in Pathophysiology, Clinical Effects, and Therapies

September 17th 2016, Arcugnano Italy

Dr. Giampietro Nordera, a recognized expert in the pathophysiology and clinical effects of oxidative stress, will present his research results on the use of NanoVi™ technology to address oxidative stress-related conditions at the Oxidative Stress Conference. Hans Eng, CEO of Eng3 will then present the science behind NanoVi™ and its Bio-Identical Signaling technology.

The Oxidative Stress Conference will showcase the most recent insights into pathophysiology, clinical effects of oxidative stress, and the diseases related to it. Of particular importance is nutrition and physical exertion, both of which can be cofactors of risk and crucial in reducing damage from oxidative stress. Additionally, this conference will chart new directions in the prevention and treatment of multiple states of disease including neurodegenerative conditions, with the goal of promoting healthy aging.

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Center for Oxidative Stress  (CSOx)
The Center for the Study and Treatment of Oxidative Stress (CSOx) was founded in order to undertake scientific research, and clinical studies of the numerous Oxidative Stress related diseases. The research undertaken is based on rigorous procedures and extensive testing, in a validated laboratory using scientific tools with high specificity and sensitivity.

Antioxidants: Why you can get too much of a good thing

Putting nutrients into the body by no means ensures that they are absorbed and used. Elaborate supplementation will do little to enhance performance or protect the system if the nutrients are not properly metabolized. NanoVi™ technology is used to improve cellular activities including the utilization of nutrients, making supplementation more effective. Antioxidants are widely used to help neutralize free radicals and prevent oxidative stress damage. However, they cannot repair damage once it has occurred. Therefore, antioxidants are limited to preventing damage so they are only part of the solution. The NanoVi™ device helps repair damage, picking up where they left off.

In fact, NanoVi™ helps prevent damage from the over use of antioxidants. For the last 15 years researchers have been confirming that taking too many antioxidants inhibits cellular repair. Going a step further, the results of a new study suggest that certain antioxidants (vitamins C and E) can also interfere with muscle development.

“Our results show that vitamin C and E supplements blunted the endurance training-induced increase of mitochondrial proteins, which are needed to improve muscular endurance.”
Dr. Gøran Paulsen, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, 2014

The problem arises because overdoing it with an antioxidant not only neutralizes free radicals but also the signal certain free radicals naturally emit to initiate repair. The NanoVi™ device produces exactly the same biological signal. By augmenting the signaling for repair, the NanoVi™ device helps protect both athletes and non-athletes from the danger of overdoing antioxidants.

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EWOT – Best when paired with NanoVi™

Exercise with Oxygen Therapy (EWOT) is gaining momentum as a way to improve athletic performance. It is also called Multistep Oxygen Therapy or Exercise with Oxygen Training. Regardless of the name, the idea is to inhale concentrated oxygen while exercising.

EWOT is done to increase the cell’s energy levels in order to train more intensively. During EWOT (and traditional oxygen therapy treatments) more oxygen is supplied to the lungs so the athlete is breathing more than the 21% level of oxygen we have in the air. Since a normal person utilizes only one quarter of the oxygen they inhale, transporting more oxygen to the cells does not necessarily improve oxygen utilization by the cells. While athletes report experiencing benefits from EWOT, increasing oxygen levels can also increase damage from oxygen free radicals. The fact that oxygen is both essential and harmful was the subject of a previous post that describes the Oxygen Irony.

Eng3 has a far different approach, which is to improve the oxygen utilization by the body so it complements exercise with oxygen therapy. Instead of adding more oxygen, the purpose of the NanoVi device is to repair oxidative damage so that cells can metabolize oxygen better. Reducing oxidative damage is why athletes turn to NanoVi™ technology. The goal is to increase oxygen utilization by the cells while reducing oxidative stress damage. To protect health and improve results, it makes sense to use the NanoVi™ device as part of any EWOT program. Whether used in conjunction with EWOT or not, the NanoVi device can be a key component of healthy training for any athlete.

Hyperberics are similar to EWOT in terms of increasing the amount of oxygen supplied to the body. You may also be interested in how the NanoVi is complementary to HBOT.

Learn about the many Athletes that use the NanoVi™ in conjunction with or as an alternative to exercise with oxygen therapy

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Hyperberic Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) works better with NanoVi™

HBOT uses a pressurized chamber to increase the amount of oxygen in the blood. The air pressure inside a hyperbaric chamber is usually two to three times greater than the normal atmospheric pressure. This helps the blood carry more oxygen to organs and stimulates the release of substances, primarily growth factors and stem cells, to promote healing. Following hyperbarics with a NanoVi™ session is quite complimentary because it supports hyperbaric therapy by initiating the body’s response to oxidative stress damage. Improved results from the combined treatments are easily apparent.

Based on thousands of treatments, doctors see better patient outcomes when NanoVi™ is used in conjunction with HBOT. At Issels Medical Center, NanoVi™ is a standard part of the hyperbaric protocol. According to its CEO,

“People feel better and a follow-on NanoVi™ session makes hyperbaric treatments more beneficial. It also helps people with fatigue, sports injuries, or endurance athletes recover faster. We use NanoVi™ sessions to reduce recovery times.”

You may also be interested in our comparison of NanoVi™ and hyperberics.

Find out more about how oxidative stress damage is counteracted by the NanoVi™

The Oxygen Irony

Numerous articles have been written about how oxygen is both critical to life and terribly destructive at the cellular level. One of the clearest explanations of how oxygen is damaging came out of USC many years ago, an excerpt of this article is below. Concentrated oxygen can be medically necessary, and life-saving. When this is the case, the benefits certainly outweigh the detriments of additional oxidative stress damage.

Athletes, especially endurance athletes, metabolize far more oxygen than a normal person. Even though healthy athletes have more capacity to repair than the rest of us, overexertion and endurance training and competition can tip the scale in favor of damage. This can result in illness, performance decline, and accelerated aging. Why this is the case is explained in The Oxygen Irony.

The Oxygen Irony

Oxygen is a relatively small element—number eight on the Periodic Table and for those who remember their high school chemistry that means it has eight protons or positively charged particles. Oxygen is highly reactive and electrically charged. Electrically charged atoms strive to become neutral, to have a particular number of electrons in their outer shells. Each atom of oxygen, with six electrons, needs two more to be complete. That is why it will eagerly combine with any electron-donating atom—hydrogen, for instance—whenever itis given the opportunity. In the human body, of course, it is given that opportunity on a breath-by-breath basis. Each time a cells burns its oxygen fuel to create energy, it also creates freewheeling oxygen atoms known as oxygen free radicals. Therein lies the problem. Oxygen is not discriminating about what other molecular structures it might destroy in its quest to become electrically whole. If there are electrons to spare in a protein molecule, or in the fats that make up a cells’ membrane, or even in the DNA that is crucial to the functioning of our cells and our bodies, oxygen atoms will grab them and change them. This constant cellular wear and tear due to the ravages of oxygen is so pervasive that it has been given a name: oxidative stress. And like its psychologically based cousin, oxidative stress can wear down a body over time. Indeed, the biological consequences of this sort of electron scavenging can be found at the root of the normal process of aging. But it also has a part in cancer. Heart disease. Parkinson’s disease. Name the condition, and somewhere down the line, oxygen free radicals are likely to play a role.

Excerpt from Lori Oliwenstein’s article “The Oxygen Irony: Oxygen, the life force found in every breath, also is one of the human body’s most destructive invaders.” USC Health Magazine, 2002.

Visit Eng3 and use the NanoVi™ device at Arab Health 2016

Eng3 will host an exhibit in the American pavilion at Arab Health Exhibition & Congress held January 25-28, 2016. Find us in Hall 1 Stand 1F11D. Both the NanoVi Pro™ and the NanoVi Exo™ devices will be available for demonstrations.

The Arab Health Exhibition & Congress was started 41 years ago as a small trade show and medical device congress in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It has now become the second largest healthcare exhibition and congress in the world, and it has become largest in the Middle East. Arab Health is known to offer important opportunities for individuals and healthcare companies alike to build relationships within the healthcare sector, and to demonstrate the progress and achievements of its participants. Additionally, individuals are able to experience and view new opportunities from various stakeholders in the healthcare sector.

Eng3 exhibits at Arab Health 2016

Eng3 exhibits at Arab Health 2016

This year the exhibition will showcase more than 4,000 Arab Health exhibitors sharing their latest innovations with more than 130,000 healthcare professionals attending from 163 countries.

Learn about the Health and Wellness Practitioners that utilize the NanoVi™

Discover Global Markets: Healthcare Connections 2016, September 13-15

This event is sponsored by the U.S. Commercial Service and features the latest information and updates from the top medical device, diagnostics, health IT, and global health sectors. Industry leaders will be at the event and will be presenting.

Keynote speakers from Microsoft Corp., the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Intellectual Ventures and GE Healthcare will address critical opportunities developing in the global market and solutions to help you find the right channels for success. Eng3 is in good company as Rowena Gates has been invited to speak on a panel called: Accessing Europe: A Single Market? The organizers describe this session as follows: Europe is the largest trading partner for the U.S. and while doing business is fairly transparent, it can be complicated and difficult. Join our specialists as they discuss CE Marking, reimbursements, market trends and challenges in Europe.

Discover Global Markets: Healthcare Connections 2016 is designed for C-level executives responsible for understanding the global outlook for the industry and upcoming market opportunities; sales and marketing professionals responsible for acting quickly on market demands, foreign tenders, and trade leads; regulatory professionals responsible for understanding country approval frameworks; and investors and professional advisors.

It will take place in Bellevue, WA from September 13-15, 2016.

We hope to see you there!

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Healthy Aging with NanoVi™

Anti Aging Technology

Healthy aging, which is often what people mean when they say “anti-aging,” is a popular preoccupation.

When a person is in their 30s, their cell’s ability to metabolize oxygen starts to decline. They may notice lower energy levels in their 40s and by the time they are in their 50s, most people are interested in ways to improve their health and vitality.

Healthy aging becomes a high priority and this requires improving oxygen utilization.

Countless doctors have apprised me that decreased oxygen utilization by the cells causes the aging process. Eng3’s device is the only known method of significantly increasing oxygen utilization, without introducing extra oxygen into the body….
Susan Smith Jones, Ph.D. – leading voice for anti-aging, health and fitness and world-renowned author of 17 books on natural health

Eng3’s NanoVi device combats oxidative stress, which is associated with aging and countless health problems including heart disease, diabetes, respiratory illness, vision loss, Alzheimer’s and chronic fatigue – just to name a few. By helping to fight oxidative stress, Eng3 provides a powerful tool for healthy aging.

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