Lee Lorenzen inventor of VIVO water and wife Penny.
Months of research eventually led Lee
to the famous healing springs of Lourdes, France.
found living proof of natural water clusters - something that had escaped decades of scientific scrutiny.
found the same phenomenon in ten other healing springs around the world and found geologic similarities in the places where these springs were located.
As more of the pieces of the puzzle came together, Lee
learned how to duplicate the natural conditions, which produce water clusters.
wife, Penny, became guinea pigs- drinking the solutions he
called "clustered water".
turned to the Far East- a culture that recognizes the potential of natural health techniques.
Since 1988, he
and a group of doctors and researchers have documented the effects of Clustered Water
The results and conclusions were published in two books in Japan.
In 1991, the solutions were first introduced to the public in the United States.
It took eight years, but the first U.S. patent was finally granted in 1998 for the production of stabilized Clustered Water solutions.
Today these solutions are available in select food, drug, and health retailers around the world.
Many consider Clustered Water to be an answer to their prayers - the same way it was an answer to those of Lee
and Penny years ago.
Lee H. Lorenzen
, pioneer of the concept of structured water and inventor of the patented micro-clustering process, began his
work nearly 20 years ago in 1985.
The beverages he
developed were originally introduced in Japan in 1988, and since that time his
research has spawned an entire industry of functional water products around the world.