+Acidic vs. Alkaline Water

What is wetter water? Electrolysis reduces large mineral clusters resulting in water that more effectively hydrates...

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The oxidation of cells and the reduction of acidosis helps your body eliminate free radicals and combat many common ailments.

How It Works

Alkaline & Acidic Water

Tap water is filtered by an activated charcoal filter. Water is electrolyzed (+- electrodes) then Alkaline and Acidic Water are produced. They are created simultaneously, 70% Alkaline Water and 30 Acidic water. Both waters have exceptional properties and benefits, however, their uses are different. Alkaline water is what we consume and the Acidic water is used externally for beauty and antiseptic applications.

Smaller Mineral Clusters

The smaller mineral clusters, as measured by the use of a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance device is a more hydrating water than normal tap water. Through electrolysis large tap mineral clusters are reduced from their original size. The smaller cluster size gives the water excellent hydrating properties, high solubility and good permeability.

Oxidation of Healthy Cells

Oxidation of healthy cells by too much oxygen (free radicals) in the body, breaks down the cells, making them susceptible to disease. Alkaline Water readily donates its abundant electrons to render excessive free radicals harmless so that they do not "steal" electrons from healthy living cells. Our bodies need to be able to eliminate or buffer over acidic conditions caused by diet, stress, physical activity, toxins and other sources. The electrolysis process concentrates available alkaline minerals in the source water to aid the buffering systems in the body.

Adequate pH

Though dependant upon the source water, the unit produces an adequate range of pH through the five level settings. These settings are computer controlled and has the ability to stabilize the pH of the output water after electrolysis.

On the pH scale, which ranges from 0 on the acidic end to 14 on the alkaline end, a solution is neutral if its pH is 7. At pH 7, water contains equal concentrations of H+ and OH- ions. Substances with a pH less than 7 are acidic because they contain a higher concentration of H+ ions. Substances with a pH higher than 7 are alkaline because they contain a higher concentration of OH- than H+. The pH scale is a log scale so a change of one pH unit means a tenfold change in the concentration of hydrogen ions.

Living things are extremely sensitive to pH and function best (with certain exceptions, such as certain portions of the digestive tract) when solutions are nearly neutral. Most interior living matter (excluding the cell nucleus) has a pH of about 6.8. Blood plasma and other fluids that surround the cells in the body have a pH of 7.2 to 7.3. Numerous special mechanisms aid in stabilizing these fluids so that cells will not be subject to appreciable fluctuations in pH.

Substances which serve as mechanisms to stabilize pH are called buffers. Buffers have the capacity to bond ions and remove them from solution whenever their concentration begins to rise. Conversely, buffers can release ions whenever their concentration begins to fall. Buffers thus help to minimize the fluctuations in pH. This is an important function because many biochemical reactions normally occurring in living organisms either release or use up ions. Calcium is the body's main acid buffer. This is why there is a calcium crisis in health.

Low pH = High Acidosis = Lower Oxygen = More Calcium Loss (to buffer the acidosis)

 

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