Over the last few years, we’ve seen a growing interest from reverse osmosis users who want an alkaline water. They’ve begun to realize that in an effort to eliminate the bad, they’ve also been drinking a water void of the good as well.
So they want to put the minerals back in.
The market has responded to this need with a flood of “alkaline” or “remineralizing” cartridges. Huge companies like Culligan, Rainsoft, etc have jumped in because their customers are … Read the rest
Most of us go through an evolution where we think our parents are the greatest thing ever. As we hit our teens, that opinion changes by 180 degrees. But thankfully, over time, it swings back in their favor.
I remember my Dad saying years ago how he didn’t want anything electronic when he was shopping for a new truck. He wanted to open his door with a key, not a remote, crank the window down and flip a lever to … Read the rest
For years the benefits of -ORP (which you can read more about
here) has been downplayed and in many cases even ridiculed by the more mainstream medical community. Or those who just regurgitate what .
Now it seems as though the alkaline water world was again correct. In Oct last year, Ampio pharmaceuticals
announced a patent on it’s ORP diagnostic tool. Think of it like a glucose meter.
Their chief scientific officer said,
“this recent analysis in traumatic brain … Read the rest
One of the most significant benefits of our water is something called ORP. It stands for Oxidation Reduction Potential and is actually a bit easier to understand if you reverse the order of those words.
Essentially, it’s a way to measure a liquid’s Potential to Reduce Oxidation.
Oxidation in the human body is seen at the cellular level. It’s a deteriorating process that takes the cell from healthy and vibrant to weakened and lifeless. Think of patio furniture or an … Read the rest
The short answer…a long time. If you want to fill a bottle and take it to work, or give some to a loved one to drink over a couple days time, you’ll be just fine.
A better answer takes a little time to explain.
This question typically stems from a framework set by the electric ionizer companies and/or their reps. Electrolysis acts like a turbo charge and quickly elevates pH to extreme levels. Levels not completely supported by the … Read the rest
Mineral quality is very important to us in creating alkaline water. Therefore we use the highest quality of ingredients we can find in the best forms available. We also have to consider which minerals provide the greatest reactivity when mixed with water and which ones produce the quickest pH and antioxidant improvement.
We found those were Magnesium and Calcium.
In addition, we needed some of the more subtle benefits that are much harder to measure. Ingredients that help with … Read the rest
That’s not really a fair question. It’s comparing apples to oranges because we
are fundamentally different than the other water ionizers you typically run
across. Here’s just a couple
1. We don’t use any complicated parts, electronics or
expensive metals. Nothing to wear out,
break or be repaired. Just solid
construction and a simple design. Natural ingredients that perform well and an easy delivery method to create alkaline water. Quality doesn’t have to be expensive…at least
that’s what our … Read the rest
From Vitev alkaline water? No.
When you look at recommended daily amounts of minerals like calcium and magnesium, you’ll find tables like this
one. (scroll down a bit for the table)
Let’s just use an average of 1000mg/day of calcium and 400mg/day of magnesium as a
In our testing of our reverse osmosis alkaline water based systems, because tap water is all over the place and gives an entire spectrum of results, we found approximately 70 mg … Read the rest