Inflammation Is The Enemy! What Are You Going to do About it?

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If you’re looking for a natural anti-inflammatory, antioxidants are the answer. Obviously they aren’t just important for arthritis or injury related inflammation…they have an even more important natural anti-inflammatory function to fend off chronic disease.

The power of an antioxidant is measured by its potential to reduce oxidation in the body.  This method of measurement is referred to as Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP). In order to reduce oxidation, the ORP level must be negative.

Vitamin C is known to be a good natural antioxidant with an ORP of  approximately -50.  Green tea is recognized worldwide as being a great antioxidant source with an ORP level of approximately -80.  For this reason green tea has become a popular drink of choice for the health conscious.

The antioxidant benefit of Kangen water is unbeatable.  My Kangen water ionizer produces restructured water with an ORP of -700….10 times more powerful than green tea.  Just when you thought that water was “just water”!

There is a very good reason that Kangen ionizers are classified as medical devices in Japan.  It’s “just what the doctor ordered” for me and my family.  We drink the PERFECT water every day.  Our water is pure, ionized, alkalized, micro-clustered water with a HUGE antioxidant/anti-inflammatory benefit.  What’s not to like about that?

CHANGING THE WAY THE WORLD LOOKS AT WATER…

ONE GLASS AT A TIME!

CLICK HERE for info on how to change your water!

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