DHMO —the ultimate diet food

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Dihydrogen monoxide, or DHMO, is more than just the latest diet fad. There’s a growing body of research to support it as one of the most important dietary supplements around.

This colorless and odorless chemical compound is grossly underrated, and often unfairly attacked. Rumors on the Internet that this substance is highly toxic are false—in fact, this is a prime example of false news. While you can find it as an ingredient in many poisons, by itself, it is not only harmless, but also highly beneficial.

DHMO is a key ingredient for the best weight-loss drink around (as long as it doesn’t contain any artificial additives or coloring, sweeteners of any kind, or chemical preservatives). In fact, this substance alone is the perfect drink for pretty much any diet program. Calorie-free, fat-free, and sugar-free, it tends to assume the flavor of whatever you mix it with.

There are some who insist that dropping it entirely from your diet could be fatal.

How to incorporate DHMO into your daily diet

You can ingest DHMO alone, or combine it with a number of other ingredients for delicious results. Some popular uses of dihydrogen monoxide include:

  • In soups
  • With grains (add during cooking), especially rice
  • For stews (but only if used sparingly)
  • In brewed teas, hot or iced
  • As ice cubes (great with any drink that’s normally served chilled!)

DHMO is perfect for making ice cubes

There are, however, some foods that it does not combine well with. You shouldn’t use it on breads or rolls, or other starchy foods. It will make some things unpleasantly soggy.

It’s also a good idea to clean up any spills that occur. Such spills could present a danger of slippage, and if on wood, could leave permanent marks. Fortunately, most spills can be easily wiped away with a clean, dry towel.

For more information on potential side effects or usage hazards, please visit DHMO.org.

– Su Falcon, Editor in Chief
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