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The Alkaline Diet CookBook: The Alkaline Meal Plan to Balance your pH, Reduce Body Acid, Lose Weight and Have Amazing Health

Acidic and Alkaline levels are indicated in your body through pH scales. Alkaline levels in your blood should be maintained ideally at or between the pH ranges of 7.35 – 7.45. At the ranges of 7.35, your body is highly acidic and prone to a variety of illnesses. Consumption of highly acidic foods strains minerals such as Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium and Sodium from the bone deposits by regulating the acid levels. One of the best books you will find on amazon. Great health starts with knowledge, this book will help reduce acid levels and help anyone on their weight loss journey. 

 

Alkaline water: Is this newly trendy water better than the rest?

To be precise, alkaline water or water that has been “alkalized” refers to water with a higher pH than tap water. The pH scale, which measures how acidic or basic something is, runs from zero to 14, with seven being the neutral point. Anything below seven is considered acidic, while anything above seven in basic. Most tap water has a pH of 7.

Alkaline water typically has a pH greater than that of tap water. Water is alkalized through an agent – calcium or magnesium for instance – bringing its pH up to 8 or 8.5, according to Self Magazine. Bottled water brands like Essentia and Evamor are considered alkaline waters.

 

 

Health benefits of drinking alkaline water 

 

The benefits of drinking alkaline water vary depending on who you ask. According to the Mayo Clinic, some studies suggest regularly drinking alkaline water can help slow bone loss. Other studies suggest alkaline water can help ease acid reflux woes due to its higher pH levels. The most straighforward benefit of alkaline water, however, is its super hydrating quality, which brands like Essentia and Evamor promote on their websites.

 

 

Possible dangers of alkaline water

 

Although some doctors and experts sing the praises of alkaline waters, others are wary. Registered dietitian Alyse Levine argues in Shape Magazine that the studies of alkaline water are largely inconclusive or incomplete. Levine notes that clinical studies simply don’t exist to support many of the claims made.

 

Moreover, depending on your current health, drinking alkaline water could prove to have negative effects on your body. For people with kidney disease, higher levels of alkalinity could prove disastrous, according to the Nephron Information Center.

 

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http://www.ajc.com/lifestyles/health/alkaline-water-this-newly-trendy-water-better-than-the-rest/rTip6MhbVRwtFq0SP9CllK/

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Alkaline water without having to leave your house

“Drinking enough water isn’t really enough,” Mike Wingenbach said. “You have to drink the right kind of water. Water that will help buffer acid, remove toxins and is easily absorbed by your body.” As an independent retailer of one of the best home alkaline water systems on the market, Wingenbach knows a thing or two about the benefits of having alkaline water in your home.

LivingWater is a countertop unit that hooks up to your faucet, providing acid-buffering alkaline water for drinking and cooking right in your kitchen. The acidic water is also good for cleaning without chemicals and watering plants.

So what exactly does drinking alkaline water do for your body? “When you drink alkaline water regularly, you’re helping your body to hydrate itself as well as flush out toxins and waste products,” Wingenbach said. “If you’re trying to lose weight, you may get a boost there as well. Overall, there’s no better way to help stay healthy.”

The unit works by using two filters. “The first filter is a carbon and sediment filter, which removes unpleasant tastes and odors,” Wingenbach said. “The second filter is a carbon and food grade calcium sulfite filter to ensure proper mineralization of the water using good calcium.”

The LivingWater unit is easy to install to your existing faucet and doesn’t require any special plumbing. “Having a LivingWater is like owning a limitless supply of alkaline, ionized, healthy water,” Wingenbach said. “You get pH-balancing, healthy alkaline water for drinking and cooking, strong alkaline water for washing vegetables, and acidic water for cleaning.” LivingWater has eight different pH levels, ranging from 4.0 acidic water to 10.0 alkaline water.

“I see a lot of interest in alkaline water locally,” Wingenbach said. “I see people lugging around and filling up 5-gallon jugs at the local water depots. With the LivingWater, you make an initial investment but it will end up paying for itself after a few years. And you don’t have to leave your house to get the best tasting and healthiest water available.”

Wingenbach is a believer because he has had his own LivingWater machine for nearly seven years. “All you need to do is replace the filters once a year,” he said of the maintenance required.  The filters are easy to remove and can be replaced with a simple twist and lock design. “The LivingWater can last 10 years. I personally am so glad I made the investment. I really think I feel better today than I did 25 years ago.”

He believes so much in the product that he has a proposition for buyers. “I will assist in setting up the living water machine,” Wingenbach said. “Try it for 10 days and see for yourself. If you decide it’s not for you, you can return the machine for a full refund, no questions asked. There is zero risk to you. “

The LivingWater retails for $2,199.00, and comes without any worry about complicated or intense maintenance. “LivingWater is designed for easy maintenance,” Wingenbach said. “It has an automatic cleaning cycle every 12 minutes of use.” The unit also comes with a five-year limited warranty.

Now through April 30, 2017 Wingenbach is offering readers of The Coast News $100 off the price of the unit as well as free maintenance for one year, free shipping, a replacement filter set and a complete cleaning kit. 

For more information, visit Lifestylefocusenterprise.net or call Mike Wingenbach at (760) 612-1667.