Before taking MegaHydrate™: Clustered cells
This photograph shows a blood sample from a subject with signs of low Zeta Potential. Notice the blood cells are clustered closely together, making it easy for waste to become trapped between them. This clustering effect is believed to be a direct result of dehydration.
After taking MegaHydrate™: Evenly dispersed cells
This photograph shows another blood sample taken from the same test subject 20 minutes after being given 500 mg of Silica Hydride, the active ingredient in MegaHydrate™, mixed with 8 oz of ordinary water.
Improved Zeta Potential is indicated by the now evenly dispersed blood cells. Notice that the total surface area occupied by the cells has increased, thereby allowing exponentially more nutrients to enter into the cells, as well as releasing the toxins that were previously trapped between them.
See this live blood analysis video on Megahydrate.