Deuterium levels differ in different part of your body. Where deuterium is required for biological processes it is high, like your blood (150 ppm). But in your mitochondrial ATPase nanomotor (rotary engine) it must be low or preferably absent as they only use hydrogen to rotate. Some researchers feel deuterium in tissue should not exceed 130 ppm based on levels found in green plants and grass-fed animals.
Published on: 10 / 06 / 2019