WHAT IS KANGEN WATER
Kangen Water is a patented water technology which produces ionized alkaline and acidic waters through electrolysis. It is created by passing the water through a specific type of filtration system, ionizing the water. Adding back “active hydrogen” into the water, the process collects and neutralizes the free radicals in the body.
The name Kangen translates to “return to source” meaning the process creates purified water, more like the water found in unspoiled nature.
WHY USE KANGEN WATER
Health benefits from the water machines may include reduced aches, pains, and general fatigue, slower aging and cleansing of all the body's systems.
The 3 biggest causes of disease are:
When the body is out of harmony due to these factors, disease may flourish in the body.
Kangen water assists in bringing the body back to homeostasis by hydrating more thoroughly, and reducing inflammation and acidity.
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The antioxidant capacity of liquids is measured in ORP (oxidation reduction potential). This is the standard measurement of antioxidants in liquids. ORP is the potential for one liquid substance to reduce the oxidation of another substance. It is measured in millivolts (mV) and most liquids fall between +700 and -800. The more powerful the antioxidant, the lower the ORP level. As things oxidize, the ORP rises.
To give this some meaning and relativity, here are some rough ORP measurements:
Tap water: + 250 to + 400
Cola: + 400 to + 600
Green tea: -120 to – 250 ORP
Orange juice: – 150 to – 250 ORP
Kangen Water: -400 to - 800
So, as normal tap water has an ORP of +250 to +400 this means it has no potential for reducing oxidation (free radicals) Cola soft drinks with ORP up to + 600 probably increase the oxidation process. On the other hand, Kangen water has an ORP of – 400 to – 800 is a great antioxidant.