Frequently Asked Questions

The McDaniel Research Group answers questions about Zeta Aid products and the Zestful Wellness Protocol

1) What Does Pure or “Good” water mean? 

Pure water also known as purified water, is water from a source that has removed all impurities. Distilled water is the most common form of pure water. Pure water can also be purified by carbon filtration (Reverse Osmosis), micro-porous filtration and ultraviolet oxidation. Pure water is simply H2O, a molecule containing one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms and contains NO other particles, contaminants or elements. 

2) What is Zeta Aid, or Zeta Potential?

In simplest of terms, Zeta Aid is a nutritional supplement that is a key part of a common sensible health restoration concept refined by Bariatric Specialist Physician, Dr. T.C. McDaniel D.O. Since the human body composition is more than 60% water, good health or Zestful Wellness depends upon a balanced body water chemistry that requires water consumption of sufficient volume and velocity to affect the viscosity of the different fluid systems in our body. In other words, one must consume enough “good” water (volume), get enough exercise to speed up the circulation (velocity), to keep your blood plasma and other body fluid systems at the right thickness (viscosity) & be clot-free. For this concept to work, one must employ the brain to help the body's organs do their job better by making better eating decisions and most importantly, drinking enough “good” water to flush out the toxins and impurities that cause disease in our bodies. 

Zeta Potential or Electromagnetic Force, describe the laws of particle behavior influenced by the (+) positive charge and the (-) negative charge at the cellular level in our bodies. Disease and cancer occur most often in acidic tissues whereas healthy tissues are slightly alkaline. Drinking sufficient quantities of “good” water plus an alkaline additive (Zeta Aid) formulated by Dr. McDaniel, helps restore the body to a balanced pH level resulting in “Zestful Wellness”. 


3) How much water should I drink?  

It is recommended that you consume ½ half of your body weight in ounces of Distilled or Reverse Osmosis water daily. So, if you weigh 200 pounds, you should consume 100 oz. of “good” water daily. Along with three servings of Zeta Aid spread throughout the day.

4) What about drinking other fluids, sodas, teas, coffee, juices, etc. ?

Remember to make good common sense choices. Any beverage may have preservatives, coloring agents, artificial sweeteners, unknown chemicals and ingredients that add to your body's imbalance. Know what is in your drink or don't drink it. Use Reverse Osmosis or Distilled water to make your soups, coffee, teas, rice, pasta and for any other cooking that calls for water. If you still must have that soda or questionable drink, then dilute its effect by having a glass of “good” water afterward.

5) Why Distilled or Reverse Osmosis water? 

We are what we eat and drink. According to the American Journal of Epidemiology, an unhealthy diet plus consumption of “hard” drinking water is correlated with atherosclerosis heart disease, kidney stones, and forms of cancer from toxic chemical accumulations in the body over time. When you consume adequate quantities “good” water (distilled or reverse osmosis water), free of chemicals and excessive minerals, together with Zeta Aid supplement, you help your body disperse existing accumulated toxins and excess mineral particles. When you fail to drink enough “good” water to keep these particles in suspension, it's easy to see how particles become too big to pass efficiently through your kidneys because of low water volume. When it comes to having Zestful Wellness, “the solution to pollution is dilution.”

6) How do I know Zeta Aid is helping? 

Most people feel an improvement or relief of their symptoms right away, a higher energy level, a sense of “Zestful Wellness” soon follows. Your urine becomes clear with a normal pH from the volume of water flushing through you. You start losing desired weight as fat cells release their stored compounds. However, some people may experience sluggishness as some of the toxins freed from storage in their fat cells, re-enter the blood stream before being diluted and flushed out through the kidneys. This is usually temporary as cellular balance is eventually restored.

Diarrhea can be a side effect if you exceed the recommended dosage of Zeta Aid, as well as insomnia, if you take a Zeta Aid dose in the late evening. Remember that your kidneys and liver need help from your brain to make continuous good choices in food and drink. 


7) How does the Zeta Aid supplement work in the body? 

Zeta Aid is a sodium free proprietary blend of essential electrolytes and surfactants (potassium, phosphates, citrates, and carbonates), that make water easier to absorb by the cell, more wet, if you will, to enter the cell through the cell membrane. With sufficient “good” water volume, Zeta Aid allows the normal negative -, and positive +, ion particle exchanges to occur more readily, helping to dissolve Cationic (+charged) deposits and clots, eventually returning to balance normal cellular function and optimal pH.

Learn more about Zeta Aid Science and the Zestful Wellness Protocol.

 8) Where should I keep my Zeta Aid liquid concentrate ? 

We recommend using this quart bottle to make the Zeta Aid Concentrate. Mix one full package of Zeta Aid Crystals into the Quart bottle. This pre-printed Quart bottle is for mixing the Zeta Aid crystals with "good" water, distilled or reverse osmosis (R/O) water, thus creating the Zeta Aid "Concentrate". Consume the Concentrate 1 Tablespoon at a time in a glass of "good" water. Using the Quart bottle helps to distinguish Zeta from other clear liquids in the refrigerator. Quart bottle is dishwasher safe, pours easily and contains no BPA's.

Zestful Wellness LLC: This website was created to share information based on the principles taught by Dr. T.C. McDaniel in his practice for more than 55 years. Please consult with your medical professional before beginning any new nutritional program.