Posts in Water
Why Some Doctors Are Calling Hydrogen Water the Next "Miracle" Drink

If you ever took chemistry, you know that water is two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen (hence H2O). In recent years, wellness gurus have been taking the most basic and essential of beverages and adding supplementary benefits, with the likes of aloe, rose, and alkaline water on the rise. Now, a new trend in the States—although one that’s been in Japan for several decades—is looking to amp up the health factor of water, the compound that makes up the majority of your body—not to mention the planet. Almost ironically, it’s with the most simple of molecules: hydrogen.

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What’s really in your local bottled water?

So why is the pH value of water important?

Recent health research and awareness is alerting peoples attention to the benefits of alkalinity in our food and water.

The body is highly tuned to maintain its own pH balance with the proper nutrients. When the body is not receiving enough alkaline minerals from water and food then it robs calcium from its bones to neutralise acidity. Once the alkaline mineral supplies become deleted then the body becomes overly acidic.

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Online Source To Check For Contaminants In Your City's Tap Water

The clear cool liquid that comes out of your home faucets may contain much more than just H2O. In fact, your water may contain potentially harmful chemicals, such as hexavalent chromium, chlorate and Radium-226.

You can learn what’s in your drinking water with a new database that allows you to type in your ZIP code and find out which contaminants are going along for the ride when you turn on the faucet.

EWG.org

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Natural (stable) pH Water vs. Artificial (unstable) pH Water

We will discuss in this article that an alkaline pH reading, when measured in drinking water, can be the result of either natural or artificial conditions in the water. I will also detail why it is only the naturally alkaline pH that benefits health, while the artificial variety causes problems; even though a pH testing device will measure both as 9.5, for example.

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