Today’s drinking water has been treated with so many chemicals and recycled so many times that it has been rendered a lifeless, tasteless liquid. Chemically, it is still H2O but much of the good has been lost and, unfortunately, many toxic things have been added as well. This phenomenon is like the air you breathe while in an airport and more specially in the airplane itself. You can breathe but the air is markedly stale and probably lacking in oxygen. The same happens to water. But just as you can alter and ionize the air, adding back negative electrons with an air ionizer machine, you can do the same with a water ionizer machine. What you literally can smell next to a Hawaiian waterfall is the negative ions coming off the water and mixing with the air around you. It is a beautiful experience that once had is never forgotten.
The ions created with a water ionizer machine are natural antioxidants. This water is re-created, re-vitalized and alkalinized with needed minerals, such as calcium, potassium and magnesium. This process returns water to the state of its natural birthplace—glaciers.
When water is processed through this technology its surface tension is reduced. It is like the static stickiness created by water chemical plants is removed. This process is known as micro-clustering and ionized alkaline water actually becomes “wetter” than existing treated water. This goes for all tap water, bottled water and reverse osmosis water. None of these have had the natural micro-clustering effect returned to them. The applications of this wetter water can be applied in health and even cooking. Micro-clustered water is better absorbed for more ef cient hydration and is used in
industry for various applications.
I am most concerned with its health applications. People need to drink more water. We are clearly a dehydrated society. Next to the air we breathe nothing is more needed by the human body than water. Why not drink the best water available and at the same time embrace a technology that eliminates the ecological disaster of plastic water bottles?
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