Does deuterium depleted water exist in nature?

There is no ‘perfect” 100% deuterium depleted water with 0 ppm deuterium in nature. All natural water contains different concentrations of deuterium. The’ lightest’ water on Earth, formed as a result of natural meteorological processes, is the snow and ice in Antarctica, which is approximately 89 ppm, the closest to the water inside our cells which is 40-60 ppm.

Unfortunately, as perfect as this water would be to drink, its remote inaccessibility keeps it from being used as a water resource. Deuterium depleted water may only be obtained in large quantities by artificial means. Litewater Scientific processed ‘light water’ water far surpasses Antarctic water in purity.