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Dreamtree Water Review

Updated on July 25, 2011

Why should you be drinking alkaline water?

You should drink alkaline water because our body is made up of up to 70% of water; therefore, the PH level has deep effects on our body’s health, disease and chemistry. So, the question is, why there is so many people still drinking tap/faucet or purified water that is proved to not having any value of nutrition? The answer is very simple, it is because many people still do not know that the regular water can bring diseases to them and they also do not realize the importance of alkaline water towards their health.

Acidity versus Alkalinity

People always do not understand about the concept involved in nutrition which includes alkalinity and acidity, but it is very important. It is crucial to have a check on the body’s PH level as the human body cells depend on a balanced acid-alkaline PH.

If the PH diverges too far to the acidic area or too far to the alkaline area, the cells will become poisoned by their own toxic matter that will cause them to vanish. It is like the acidic rain destroys a forest and alkaline waste pollutes a lake. It will cause an imbalanced PH which can corrode body tissues and will slowly eat into 60,000 miles of arteries and veins in the body.

The objective is to ensure that the body PH level is balanced. This can be done by eating the foods that can help to alkaline the body like green vegetables or by drinking alkaline water that is now popular for its fast and convenient solution.

Drink Alkaline Antioxidant Water

Alkaline Water

Everybody should be into drinking alkaline water right now, which is the truest fact. Why is this so? This is because we want to avoid our body from creating the ideal acidic environment for disease like in the case of tumors, cancers, kidney stones, insomnia, aging, gall stones and many more. Another thing is people today are drinking the wrong type of water. They prefer to drink bottled water. It is either purified or distilled water which is a kind of neutral water. In Japan, this type of water is called ‘dead water’. This ‘dead water’ does not contain any nutritional value where it has no minerals at all. For instance, you will require 32 glasses of purified or distilled ‘dead water’ to neutralize the body acidity that is caused by drinking only ONE 12 oz can of fizzy drink and about just 16 glasses of alkaline water to get it neutralized. Can you imagine what the level of acidity is in one’s body after drinking 3 to 4 cans of soft drinks every day? No wonder a lot of people today are suffering from many types of chronic diseases!

Lastly, the best thing that you can do is to get the alkaline water from Dream Tree Family. They offer many alternatives from reverse osmosis that just not only cleans the water, but also adds the minerals to it. In addition, some systems also add to the R.O. water, antioxidants. Plus, they have full house systems that come with shower heads that will neutralize the chlorine in the water. This will ensure your safety when you bathe using water that contains this dangerous chemical that can dry your hair, scalp and skin.


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      4 years ago

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      Pamela Lipscomb 

      5 years ago from Charlotte, North Carolina

      I just heard about Dream Tree water. Actually when tested with pH drops, it is neutral, like tap water. Not sure what that is all about. What is the ORP of this water? A little deceptive. Anyway, great hub on alkalinity!

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      7 years ago from Texas

      Thank you Faris... :)

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      7 years ago

      nice video you got there... ;)


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