When treating water for drinking, we should “take out the bad” and “leave in the good.”
"Healthy Water for a Longer Life" book, Dr. Martin Fox, after researching the relationship of Heart Disease and Cancer as they relate to drinking water, concluded that “The positive picture emerging from this research is to drink hard water (high mineral content) with an alkaline pH to reduce the risk of Heart disease and cancer mortality.”
It has been discovered that:
Drinking water with an elevated pH may be beneficial.
Declustering water (reducing its surface tension) renders the water more “bio-available,” thus improving the transfer of nutrients into cells – and the removal of waste from cells.
North Pole water (water exposed to the north pole of a magnet) has a calming and healing effect and will help to overcome infection since it retards the growth of cells.
South Pole water does the opposite: it’s stimulating and encourages the growth of human cells, plant cells, and even pathogenic cells, such as bacteria.
Mixed pole water (both poles) seems to offer the best of both worlds and can be used for general health improvement.
What is the Healthy pH Range?
The pH scale ranges from 0 (the highest acidic) to 14 (the most
A solution with a pH of 7 is neutral. At pH 7, water
contains equal amounts of H+ and OH- ions.
Substances with a pH of less
than 7 are acidic because they contain a higher concentration of H+
Substances with a pH higher than 7 are alkaline because they
contain a higher concentration of OH-.
The pH scale goes from 0 to 14
and is logarithmic, which means that each step is ten times the
previous. In other words, a pH of 5 is 10 times more acid than 6, 100
times more acid than 7 and 1,000 times more acid than 8.
In this light,
you can see how a slight change in your pH value can have a great
impact on your internal environment and, ultimately, your health.
healthy, the blood pH is 7.365, the pH of spinal fluid is 7.4, and the
saliva pH is 7.4.
This ideal blood pH measurement means it is more
alkaline than acid.
"To the people of poor nations, we
pledge to work alongside you to make
your farms flourish and LetCleanWatersFlow, to nourish starved
bodies and feed hungry minds. And to those nations like ours that enjoy
relative plenty, we say we can no longer afford indifference to
suffering outside our borders; nor can we consume the world's resources
without regard to effect. For the world has changed, and we must change
with it". Source: President Obama, Inaugural Speech, January 20, 2009, Washington, DC, USA.