What is the point of turning water into alkaline for human health?

  1. K9keystrokes profile image92
    K9keystrokesposted 6 years ago

    What is the point of turning water into alkaline for human health?

  2. mmc57 profile image58
    mmc57posted 6 years ago

    Sorry I did not answer sooner. I was without my computer for two weeks. Most of our diet and the drinking water whether it is put through a Brita or bottled water is acidic. Being Acidic makes the body unhealthy susceptible to many diseases. An Alkaline Body is a healthy body giving you a higher PH level. The Health Flasks turn your drinking water to PH level of 8 to 9.5. This is the optimal PH level for a healthy body. Surprisingly Lemons and Limes are Alkaline. Most of us would expect them to be acidic but they are not. Drinking lemon in your water is excellent for your health as well but no sweetener at all. This Health Flask turns the water to alkaline within 15 minutes at the very most. I have been using one for three years now and it is amazing. The Chinese have used this and known about the alkaline health for many, many years. If you are interested please try one. You will not be disappointed. Do tell all your family and friends. It is a worthwhile gain to ones health. They cost only 29.95 and last for three to four years. There are two filters in them containing tourmaline, pearl powder and many minerals that are necessary for optimal health. My website will be up very soon. I will keep everyone posted when it opens. Thanks for your question.

  3. watergeek profile image97
    watergeekposted 5 years ago

    Viruses and disease microbes flourish under acidic conditions, so drinking alkaline water helps prevent disease. Acids also eat away at mucous linings. When I drink too much coffee/green tea and eat too many grains, I start getting cold sores in my mouth. If I don't stop, they multiply. When I do stop, they go away within a day or two. I've learned to tell when I'm just starting to get one, so I can stop right away and the cold sore doesn't mature.

    I can only imagine how stomach and intestinal linings are affected. They're built to resist the acids we produce to digest food, but what happens when we add to that acidic content by drinking much-needed water that is also acid? Could that be one of the causes of ulcers?


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