As you can see, no other beverage can compete with the remarkable benefits of Kangen Water®. Don't deprive your body of the healthy pH balance and antioxidants it needs to be at optimal health!
What are all the uses of kangen water?
What's In Your Water?
The answer might shock you! Especially if you're drinking city or well water. The contaminants and chemicals found in tap water can actually work against your best efforts to stay healthy.
City water often contains high levels of chlorine and other chemicals.
Well water can be contaminated by fluoride, run-off, and pesticides. A 2008 study showed that 23% of sampled wells had at least one chemical contaminant that exceeded human-health benchmarks.
One alternative many people turn to instead is bottled water. There is a misconception that bottled water is of higher quality than tap water.
Well water can be contaminated by fluoride, run-off, and pesticides. A 2008 study showed that 23% of sampled wells had at least one chemical contaminant that exceeded human-health benchmarks.One alternative many people turn to instead is bottled water. There is a misconception that bottled water is of higher quality than tap water.
The Truth Behind Bottled Water
Most people are surprised to learn that many bottled waters are created using the process of reverse osmosis, which results in what is commonly referred to as "dead" water. Instead of purifying your body, drinking "dead" water can actually hinder your body's ability to absorb important nutrients. These waters are considered " dead waters " because everything has been removed from them, including important minerals like calcium, magnesium and potassium.This “dead water” does not eliminate free radicals. To the contrary, it increases the oxidation in the body rather than reducing it.Also, bottled waters are not an eco-conscious option, as they generate over 4 billion pounds of trash every year and require approximately 1 million tons of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastics to be produced.
Micro-clustering Property of Kangen Water
Ionization changes conventional water from an irregular,bulky shape to a hexagonal shape that saturates the body tissue much more efficiently. It is sometimes referred to as micro-clustered water because of its small molecular grouping. These smaller six-sided clusters are much more hydrating and penetrating. They are, therefore, more capable of pushing out the toxins from the body. This ionization or separation enables the enables the concentrated OH-ions in the Kangen Water to help neutralize the acids and remove the harmful toxins from your blood stream.By buffering and removing these acids, you can help slow down your aging process because disease thrives in an acid environment. Acid waste in your body causes hardening of your organs and tissues and creates acidosis which is associated with most types of disease and aging
Kangen Water™ Cost Comparison
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Quote:
“We generally pay much less for our drinking water than we do for most other goods and services…On average, tap water costs are slightly more than $2 per 1,000 gallons…
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Each of us, on average, uses over 100 gallons of water per day for everything from drinking and bathing to watering our gardens...This equates to an average annual water bill of about $300 per household…”
The 15 year Kangen Water™ information is based on the Enagic SD501, with a retail price of $3980.00. It also includes the cost of a high-grade filter, replaced annually; e-cleaner for a normal year's cleaning, 5 cleaning services, once every 3 years, performed by Enagic Technicians and the average cost of tap water, as indicated by the U.S. EPA, at the rate of $.002 per gallon.
NOTE: Figures were calculated based on a family of four, using a recommended daily water consumption formula of ½ the body weight of each individual in ounces of water. Father – 190 lbs, Mother – 160 lbs, 13 year old son – 100 lbs, 10 year old daughter – 75 lbs. Weights based on National Center for Health Statistics for average weights of individuals living in the United States. This family should consume 262.5 ounces, or 2.05 gallons, of water each day. The calculations above have been figured using 2 gallons of daily consumption.
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