Alkaline Living Water


Everything we do revolves around water. We drink it, swim, bathe, wash our clothes in it, and we give it to our pets. It is necessary to, flushes out toxins, process of digestion and absorption of food, carrying nutrients throughout the body. It is mandatory for our survival.

We can live 30 days without eating, but can only survive eight to ten days without water. Without this living water, the planet would cease to thrive, crops would fail, hunger would become epidemic. We need it, for everything, it is the source of all life!

What’s in your Water

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The problem is, what we drink is not always as pure or healthy as we are lead to believe. Things like hydro-fracking, waste left behind by farm animals, and illegal dumping by manufacturing companies. There are over 300 contaminants and poisons in our municipal water! Chemicals like lye, arsenic, chlorine, ecoli, pharmaceuticals, asbestos, atrazine, benzene, fecal chloroform, lead, mercury, nitrates, radium and a host of others!

If we don’t take steps to make sure the water we drink and use is clean, we and our children will pay for it. It has been 40 years since the Clean Water Act was instituted, but there are still major challenges to producing a safe product. Many have flocked to bottled, only to discover, that much of the bottled water on the market, is derived from a municipal tap!


The Living Water

So what is the alternative to the uncertainty of what we drink? The alternative is, living water, alkaline water. Many are finding pH or alkaline water, is the best alternatives out there. It has been proven to hydrate the body quickly because the water molecules are much smaller than that of tap (micro-clustering). You can also benefit from the superior hydrating properties, antioxidants and detoxification it provides. This living water can improve your health and vitality on every level. Because you have to drink…make it alkaline water.

For more information consider reading, The Miraculous Properties of Ionized Water, by Bob McCauley, and You’re Not Sick, You’re Thirsty, by Dr. F. Batmanghelidj.

 

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