Discover the Benefits of Ionized Alkaline Drinking Water!
Nature's Perfect Water
When life began, streams of water flowing over rocky surfaces caused an interaction of life forces known as ionization. Using electrolysis, our ionizers recreate this phenomenon to form nature's perfect water.
Electrolysis is caused by passing water over platinum-coated titanium plates, which splits the water ions into two distinct alkaline and acidic streams.
The water is naturally oxgenated and energized into powerful super-hydrating ionized alkaline water molecules.
Ionized water is fortified with age-defying, mineralized antioxidants to boost metabolism and speed the release of harmful heavy metals, toxins and fat cells from the body.
Minerals are essential to all body processes. Don't be cheated by minerally deficient bottled water.
Minerals are classified as either acidic or alkaline. Ionized alkaline water also neutralizes excess acids to balance the body's pH.
What is "pH"?
pH stands for potential hyrdrogen. The pH scale ranges from 0 on the acidic and to 14 on the alkaline end, with a pH of 7 being neutral.
Blood plasma and other fluids that surround the cells in the body have a pH of 7.2 to 7.45. A blood pH of 6.9 could induce coma and possibly death.
Imbalances in the body are often the result of over acidity produced by our modern diet. When an over-acid condition exists, drinking ionized alkaline water with a pH higher than the blood (pH 8 to pH 11) is the best approach to restoring balance. It has an abundance of electrons and is absorbed into all cells and intra-cellular structures of the body easily.
Is Water Really Important For Optimal Health?
An adult's body is approximately 80% water. An adult's brain is about 85% water.
An infant's body is almost 90% water.
An infant's brain is 95-98% water.
The human body gets old from a lack of water. It literally dries up.
More than half of the water content of the human body remains in the cells, but is not static. That's why the water quality is a decisive factor for good health.
An adult needs to replace the 2.5 liters of water used by the body daily.
During periods of heavy perspiration (hot weather, sports, activities), obesity and some illnesses (i.e. diarrhea, fever) more water is used and excreted by the body and may require greater intake.
High Blood Pressure
Poor Blood Circulation
Post-exercise Muscle Aches
Loss of Appetite
Conditions Attributed to Oxidation
Drink 1/2 your weight in ounces of water, per day.
For example, If you weigh 200 lbs:
200 lbs x 1/2 (oz/lb) = 100 oz
A 200 lb person should drink 100 oz of ionized alkaline water per day.
What is "Super Hydration"?
Electrolysis reduces water clusters from 10 to 13 molecules per cluster to 5 to 6 molecules per cluster. This restructuring makes alkaline water more absorbable, wetter or "super-hydrating."
Oxidation-Reduction Potential (ORP)
Research data reveals that mineral waters have an ORP (anti-oxidant potential) of only +200mV, just slightly lower than the +400 mV measured for ordinary tap water, demonstrating that:
mineral water is
marginally better for you
than tap water.
Yet, compared to any processed water with an ORP of -250 mV to -350 mV has no equal in its ability to scavenge free radials.
Oxidation (free radicals) damages tissues and leads to degenerative disease.
Symptoms of Oxidationon Vital Organs
LIVER PANCREAS KIDNEYS
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