Water that may seem okay could be harmful to your body. For instance, your water might be acidic from chemicals used to clean it. Around 70% to 80% of our body is water. If its pH is low, it may create health problems and risks for you and your family.
Breakdown of pH Levels
The pH of ozone water is always 7.8 or higher to keep you safe. When your pH is 7.5, your body fluids are in the healthy range, meaning you are not mineral deficient — at least for the moment. If your pH is between 6.0 and 6.5, you are becoming acidic and possibly developing one or more of 150 degenerative diseases. If your pH is below 6.0, then you are highly acidic, very mineral deficient, and may have contracted at least one degenerative disease. This is extremely serious business because there is an epidemic of degenerative disease all around us.
Now, you understand why it is not a good idea to soften water by reducing the mineral content using salt to lower the pH. It is important to know the fundamentals of the water you drink, the food you eat, and how they affect your health. Our goal is to share this knowledge with you, so you can stay healthy.
Call us today for a free test strip kit to check your pH.
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Benefits of Ozonated Water
- Brings Your Indoor Plants Back to Life
- Greatly Reduces Water Spotting
- Cleans Your Fruits & Vegetables
- Helps Preserve the Environment
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