What is the difference between tap water, bottled water, and alkaline water?

What is the difference between tap water, bottled water, and alkaline water?

Ionized alkaline water has 3 important features not found in tap or bottled water:

  1. Alkaline pH
  2. Micro-clustered (or hexagonal)
  3. Low ORP (anti-oxidizing)

These 3 features make it the healthiest water in the world for you to drink.

Tap and bottled water are virtually “dead water”.  Tap water is purified with chemicals that kill bacteria but also create unstructured water with a high number of molecules per cluster.    All bacteria is killed, but so are  “living” agents that we need in our water.

Most bottled water has gone through a purification process which, though leaving the water “clean” and “pure” has stripped it of beneficial minerals.  Some bottled waters are “spring” water or from natural sources and minerals are left in the water.  Others will add minerals back into the water.

Bottled, tap, distilled and water from a reverse osmosis system are usually clean and considered “healthy” for drinking however these waters are not “micro-clustered.”  This “micro-clustering,” achieved through the electrolysis process used by water ionizers, allows your body to actually absorb more of the water.  In addition, because minerals are left in the water, your body is also better able to absorb those minerals.

No other water hydrates and oxygenates the body as well as alkaline ionized water.  This is why many athletes are drinking alkaline ionized water – they find that it improves performance through enhanced hydration & oxygenation and the alkaline properties of the water help reduce “recovery time” after training or competing.