Alkaline Ionized Water
FOR THOSE, WHO TAKE CARE OF THEIR HEALTH
Pure clean water is paramount for good health. Water Ionization in Envirolyte ECO units is achieved by oxidation and reduction that destroy and neutralize hazardous substances. The concept of treatment removes harmful substances, and is alien to the human body and retains all that is useful and harmless.
Envirolyte water has excellent absorption and hydrating potential, having a smaller cluster size and greater concentration of soluble minerals. It reduces over-acidic conditions and increases stabilized oxygen in the human body, contributing to better digestion. It is produced by Electrolysis in which the water molecule is reduced in size, imparted with a negative [-] electrical charge [ORP], and changed in shape. This smaller size allows the ionized water molecules to more effectively penetrate the tissue and cells of the body and provides for better transportation of nutrients and increased hydration. The decreased surface tension and hexagonal shape of the ionized water molecules make it easier to remove acid waste from your cells which causes Toxemia, the root of degenerative diseases. Envirolyte water is slightly alkaline, has a low ORP (Oxygen Reduction, redox potential), and is rich in electrons, which makes it an excellent antioxidant.
Research on ECO water has been carried out since the 1950s. Data has been collected indicating it is beneficial* for arthritis, chronic constipation, chronic diarrhea, diabetes, heartburn, chronic fatigue, indigestion, high blood pressure, leg cramps, poor circulation, migraines, nausea, obesity, osteoporosis, psoriasis, stress.
*Does not replace regular medical treatment, and the above-listed uses are not medical advice.No result is guaranteed or predicted.
Acidic Ionized Water is used in washing and disinfection of fruit, vegetables, and meat; as well as other sterilization of Food Processing & Beverage Bottling Plants. This is a great solution for Clean-In-Place [CIP Systems], Food Preparation Equipment, and Hard Surface Areas.