Archive for January, 2011

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Dr. Mercola stated that drinking alkaline ionized water was a “fad” that could potentially harm your health in his September 11, 2010 newsletter.  It was, and has remained, the source of many, many inquiries from people looking for the best option for drinking water.  Without research, without contacting anyone in the water ionizer industry that […]

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Almost any water ionizer can be converted to an under-counter model using Watershed Wellness Center’s Under Sink Conversion Kit. The kit includes a dual-spout faucet, designed to accommodate both alkaline and acidic water flows, and all hosing and attachments needed to convert most counter top water ionizers to under sink models. Here are the basics […]

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Kangen water enthusiasts got a boost late last year with Enagic’s new water ionizer models, the SD501 Platinum and the SD501U, Enagic’s under-counter model. After years of the same look on the company’s top-selling Leveluk SD501, the company released it’s updated version of the popular SD501 – the SD501 Platinum. As “ionization over filtration” has […]

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Evontis – the newest player in the water ionizer industry – will be launching soon as an MLM, becoming the latest to offer consumers the opportunity to build their own business by promoting products for healthy living. Evontis’ feature product, the Evontis Elite is a 9-plate water ionizer with conveniences that have not been seen […]

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Read the Alkalux Review

I get a lot of great testimonials from customers about the water ionizers they’ve purchased and about the amazing benefits they’ve experienced since they began drinking alkaline ionized water.  I’m thankful for them all and always appreciate the feedback – it provides “real life” stories that can be shared with others as they decide whether […]

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Many water ionizer companies now offer cleaning cartridges to help remove mineral buildup inside their machines.   These are convenient but can be costly.  Here is an affordable “do it yourself” cleaning method that will work with any water ionizer. For the cost of a small aquarium pump ($15 – $40) and vinegar or citric acid […]

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This is from one of my Tyent customers who was faced with the possibility of starting a prescription medication therapy to relieve high blood pressure. She was fortunate to have a physician who was open to letter her try to correct her blood pressure naturally rather than insisting that she immediately begin treating it with […]

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I don’t know about the rest of the country, but down here in the South, the “New Year’s Day” tradition is black-eyed peas and collard greens – usually served with cornbread or cracklin’ bread and ham or fried chicken or (in my family) both – with home-made banana pudding for dessert. This year I decided […]

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Helen is a preschool teacher in New Jersey. While her initial interest in water ionizers was related to her ongoing efforts to maintain her health in a safe and natural way, she found an added benefit after several months – and “sniffly” preschoolers later. Helen had a lot of questions before deciding that a water […]

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In February of 2013 IonWays and Jupiter water ionizer products were re-branded as AlkaViva The Venus water ionizer model is one of the newer models offered by the AlkaViva company.  Previously sold under the brand names IonLife, IonWays and Jupiter, the Venus is also the company’s most affordable model. Here’s what one customer had to […]

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