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Why you should drink alkaline water

One of the  benefits of alkaline water that health advocates claim is that it has age-fighting antioxidant potential. Experts say it will not only make the body stronger with renewed energy  but it also improve the body’s metabolism. Health advocates are turning into alkaline water when it comes to cleaning the body inside out. For one,  alkaline water is rich in OH- Hydroxyl molecules (including beneficial negative ions), and active oxygen, aids in buffering the negative effects of over acidic health conditions. Businesswoman Carmen Sy, who regularly drinks alkaline water believes that drinking water is one way to achieve good health. "Being both a mother and a businesswoman is no joke. It shouldn't be 50-50 but always a 100-100 in both roles. Izumi water helps me take care of my family's health. My husband and kids like drinking its better-tasting water. We use it not only for drinking but for healthier cooking, too. I believe that this water is our access to better health," says Sy. The  Izumi Antioxidant Kangen Water also produces strong alkaline water, which neutralizes acids; thereby preventing heart diseases, cancer, arthritis, acid reflux and diabetes. Drinking the right water is like getting on the fast track to wellness. This is something most people can do every day without missing a beat by drinking alkaline water from the Izumi. The Izumi Alkaline Kangen Water Ionizer and some other health and wellness home essentials are available at the Izumi Display Center at Robinsons Galleria Ortigas and is exclusively distributed by Aqualipure located at #4 Mejorada St., Malabon City. To know more about alkaline water, log on to www.izumilifestyle.com or call/text 0917-5120421; 0932-8783287 and 2882231.
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