The Water of Life, The Hydrogen Jug RRP £250
Did you know that drinking Alkaline Water is healthier than tap or bottled water? There’s no shortage of water on earth, its over 75% water. But 100% clean water is scarce and worse still, ionised alkaline water is rare.
If you find out what’s in your tap or bottled water, you’ll probably be shocked. Because of the metals, chemicals and pharmaceutical wastewater amongst other things. Water has been robbed of its health and. “regular water” as we’ve come to know it no longer promotes good health as it should.
This is because hydrogen water is charged with negative ions which are antioxidant, the hydrogen can pass into cells and re-hydrate them which in turn is higher in oxygen to invigorate body cells, helps detox your system and balance your body’s PH, and helps the immune systems, fight against free radical cells.
But there’s hope with hydrogen alkaline water and here are some of the benefits and why water is so important to us
Makes antioxidants, helps remove free radicals, bacteria and pathogens. Hydrogen alkaline water, helps increase energy levels, builds the immune system, helps slow down the ageing process and reduces oxidisation.
This is basically a measure of the molecular charge that shows the level at which a food and drink has the ability to oxidize or to reduce oxidation in your body. So in essence, it determines what’s an oxidant or an antioxidant.
In scientific terms, ORP is measured in mV (millivolts). A positive ORP charge ( +mV) indicates that the substance is an oxidant. The higher the positive charge the stronger the oxidant. Think of oxidant and oxidisation as rust on a metal or decay in foods, like the browning of a cut apple. Oxidisation is a natural process that happens to everyone. As you age, your body tissues suffer from oxidative stress due to the process of oxidisation. Oxidisation occurs when molecules within your body lose electrons to electricity – charged molecules of oxygen in your blood stream. These electrically charged oxygen molecules are called free radicals and they have the potential to cause damage to cellular DNA. Over time, the damage can become irreversible and lead to disease.
A NEGATIVE ORP (-mV) indicates the ability to donate electrons: the higher the negative charge, the greater the ability to provide electrons. At this level, a food or drink can be an antioxidant, which is healthier for your body.
Free radicals in your body are oxidants and their ability to oxidise cells is eliminated or reduced by the addition of electrons from foods or drinks with a negative ORP. Again, substances with a high negative ORP are anti-oxidants
Here are just a few of the many important roles water plays in the functions of the body
Your Brain is 85% Water. When not properly hydrated your brain starts to feel the effect, with headaches, poor concentration and reduced short term memory. This is due to the fact that dehydration causes the level of energy production in the brain to decrease. Studies have shown that a person’s ability to concentrate progressively declines when the body is subject to a water deficiency of just 1%.
Your Liver – 73% Water. Its function is to convert your body fat into energy it can use. But the liver is forced to help in the work of the kidneys due to insufficient water consumption. The body will accumulate extra fat that would have been burned if there had been adequate water intake.
Your skin – 70% Water. We lose a percentage of our body’s water everyday by evaporating through the skin. Things kike climate control heating, air conditioning and even simple things like soap can damage the protective outer layer of the skin, losing its ability to hold moisture. When you aren’t drinking enough to compensate the body water loss, you may notice your skin feeling dry.
Height 31cm Width 18cm Depth 26cm
Your Heart 77% Water. Clinical Studies have shown that adequate hydration may improve how your heart works and reduce your risk of developing heart disease.
Your Lungs 85% Water. In order to take the oxygen and eliminate carbon dioxide, our lungs must be continually moistened with water. The average person loses between half to one litre of water per day just by breathing. When the body is dehydrated it tries to prevent respiratory water loss by producing histamines which close off the capillaries in the lungs. This reduces water loss but makes breathing more difficult.
Your Kidneys 80% Water. Their function is to remove waste products from the body. When there is not enough water these waste products are not removed effectively which can cause damage to the kidneys. The National Kidney Research Foundation recommends that drinking two litres of water a day can reduce the risk of kidney stones.
Your Bones 22% Water. Which is necessary to ensure the smooth movement of bone joints. The cartilaginous tissue at the end of the bones retains water to lubricate the movements of your joints. When well hydrated the two opposing surfaces slide smoothly: if the cartilage is dehydrated, the damage from friction increases, causing dehydration of the joints and leading to pain, such as arthritis.
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