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Alkaline Water Ionizers ~ Why Not?
Dianne and Wayne's Comments
Ionized Water is not purified water, because these systems usually have only 1 or 2 filters. Ionized Water must leave minerals in it to keep the water alkaline.
Ionized Water is usually just filtered and not purified nearly to the extent that Distilled Water or Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) water is.
There is no science to disprove that drinking slightly alkaline"2 Pure H2O" Vita Tech Water ~ Triple Purified, Energized, Restructured, Living, Alkaline Water is a benefit to the human system. The most important factor in drinking water is that it is 99%+ Purified by our "2 Pure H2O" Vita Tech Water! Think twice about just somewhat filtered water or just alkaline water that is not filtered."
The Alkaline Myth & Hype - The Acid-Alkaline Truth Exposed
Published on 31 Jul 2013
Don't drink alkaline water until you watch this. Learn the truth behind the big alkaline hype and learn why acids are not bad. In fact, we could not live without acids. We are made of all kinds of acids. Markus Rothkranz interviews medical expert James Sloane who explains the truth about acids and alkaline substances and how they affect our bodies. This important video explains scientifically why not to use baking soda or alkaline water as healing methods, despite what some people claim. A very educational an eye opening interview.
If You Fall for This "Water Fad" - You Could Do Some Major Damage
Posted By Dr. Mercola, September 11, 2010
Understanding pH[Excerpt] The concept of the acidity or alkalinity of your body - or of water - is based on the pH scale. So it’s necessary to have a basic understanding of what pH is. pH is simply a measure of the concentration of hydrogen ions. In fact, the acronym “pH” is short for “potential of hydrogen.” The higher a liquid’s pH, the fewer free hydrogen ions it has; the lower its pH, the more free hydrogen ions it has. One pH unit reflects a tenfold change in ion concentration - for example, there are ten times as many hydrogen ions available at a pH of 7 than at a pH of 8 [ii] .
The pH scale goes from 0 to 14, and a pH of 7 is neutral. Anything with a pH below 7 is considered acidic, with battery acid being the most extreme example, around 1. Anything with a pH above 7 is alkaline (or basic), with lye at the top of the scale, around 13. [iii] Natural water on our planet ranges in pH from 6.5 to 9.0, depending on surrounding soil and vegetation, seasonal variations and weather, and even time of day responses to sunlight. Human activities further influence the pH of our water, from the barrage of toxic industrial pollutants.
[Excerpt] "...Long-term use of alkaline or ionized water can interfere with your body's natural digestive process by reducing the acid needed to properly break down and absorb food. This could then lead to an upset of your body's good bacteria, which can then open the door to parasitic infection, ulcers and malabsorption...."
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Cunningham E. What impact does pH have on food and nutrition? Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 2009;109:1816.
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