Archive for October, 2010

Our Ionized Athlete, Mark Hollis, has begun his fall training and meet schedule.  He’s done great so far this year, winning the USA National Men’s Championship title and continues on the road towards Olympic trials.  He was recently featured on the back cover of Gill Athletics fall catalog with his USA title. While there are […]

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These are great gift ideas for health-minded friends and family members.  Eco-friendly and affordable, these little gems have been big winners here at water ionizer authority. Many customers who have purchased these products have come right back to purchase another one or two (or sometimes more!) for friends, family members or co-workers.  They make great […]

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Portable Purification, Portable Ionization We are often asked about bottling ionized water to take to work or on the road. There are a lot of little issues bottling ionized water and we don’t recommend it. Once you dispense your ionized water, the negative hydroxyl ions that provide the best antioxidant benefits are gone after 20-30 […]

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Do you have portable water ionizers? Yes – the most popular is the H2Go Pitcher. These work used by pouring water into the top of the unit, and the water passes through a filterH2Go which removes contaminants and alkalizing it within only a minute or two.   The way they work is similar to Brita […]

If we go with a unit for the home we prefer someone who has been in the business for more than 5 years and has a good local (US) presence. The companies who have been in the water ionizer business in the United States the longest are Watershed, Jupiter, Enagic and Alkazone.  Tyent, Chanson and […]

What are the most popular alternatives to Enagic’s SD501? The 2 most popular alternatives to the Enagic SD501 are the KYK Genesis (recently upgraded and sold as the Generation II)  and the Tyent KYK Generation IIproducts followed by the Watershed EC550 and the Jupiter Athena.  The customers find minimal or no difference in the taste and […]

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Those customers who do choose to pre-filter their city water most often choose a fluoride prefilter. A fluoride prefilter will cost around $85 with replacement filter costs at around $45 a year.

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This a GREAT item for households with new babies looking for affordable alternatives to harsh laundry detergents or those with skin that is easily irritated. If you are one of the more environmentally conscious residents of planet earth, you’ll love this item too as it does not add chemicals or toxins to the water that will be released back into the environment.

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