Posts Tagged ‘ionized water’

Health Questions FAQ

Can ionized water help my body become more alkaline?
What is the difference between tap water, bottled water, and alkaline water?
What are the benefits of hexagonal water, especially as opposed to regular water?
I’ve gotten headaches during the first few days of drinking ionized water. Is this related?
What have you noticed since drinking ionized water?
Can children and pets drink ionized water?

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Kangen Water

Kangen Water is a phrase that has been trademarked by Enagic, a multi- level marketing company. While “kangen water” is trademarked by Enagic and the company has done such a wonderful job of bringing awareness to the benefits of ionized water, there are some things consumers should know about “kangen water.”

The “kangen water” that comes from Enagic’s water ionizers or “kangen water machines” is actually “ionized water,” nothing more and nothing less. A “kangen water machine” is simply a water ionizer.

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The Water Cure

Many people find it hard to believe that water actually plays a vital role in the treatment of disease and the maintenance and improvement of our health. After all, water is just water, right?

While drinking more water can reduce headaches, help with weight loss, improve skin tone and texture, all water is NOT created equal.

Bottled water, purified/RO water, tap water, spring water, “sparkling” water, distilled water – the choices seem endless at times.  But there is a water that has proven superior when it comes to hydration, detoxification and improving over-all health.

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How Ionized Water Works

Looking at water molecules at the molecular level is the best way to understand how ionized water works.

One water molecule is made up of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.  Most people recognize “H2O” as the chemical symbol or expression for water – indicating the 2 Hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom.   The single oxygen atom is much larger than the two hydrogen atoms which means that the oxygen’s attraction of/for the hydrogen atom than the hydrogen atoms’ attraction to each other.  During the electrolysis process, the H2O is converted to 2 Oxygen atoms and 2 Hydrogen gas.

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