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About pH and ORP
Ionized alkaline drinking water is saturated with negatively charged ions. These negatively charged ions attract the positively charged ions of harmful acids and neutralize them. Scientists have devised ways to measure and assign values to the electron activity. The measurement is known as oxidative reduction potential, or ORP.
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Acidity in the Body
The human body creates acid, all day, every day, as a byproduct of metabolism. In addition, acid is introduced into the system through eating and digestion. Many secreted and digested acids are swept away by the blood stream, filtered out by the kidneys, and released from the body in the urine. Other acids leave the body through perspiration. Your body can only process a certain amount of acids, however, so it is possible to overload the system and for the body to become acidic.
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Alkaline Water Benefits
The ionization process breaks down water molecules in to micro-clusters allowing rapid delivery to cell walls for a superior hydrating effect at a cellular level. Micro-clustered water delivers nutrients to the cells more efficiently. Among several other benefits including proper hydration, detoxification, and balance in your body's pH levels, drinking alkaline water can ultimately contribute to weight loss and anti-aging.
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Bottled Water
Concerned about contaminants and the taste of their drinking water, millions of Americans are turning off the tap. As a result, bottled water has become a leading source of hydration.
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How Ionizers Work
First developed in Japan in the 1950s, water ionizers use an electrical charge to split water into alkaline water (with a pH above 7.0) and acidic water (with a pH below 7.0). The higher the pH of the drinking water, the more effective it is at combating the damaging effects of acids in the body.
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What is Acidic Water?
Most tap water in the United States is acidic. Most commercially sold bottled water is also acidic. The pH of drinking water varies from area to area, depending on the mineral concentrations, and other additives used in the processing of the water system (chlorine, fluoride, etc).
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