Introduction to Structured Water

Introduction to Structured Water

Overview of the Health Benefits, Cost Savings and Environmental Advantages of Structured Water

Seventy-five percent of North Americans are chronically dehydrated. Even mild dehydration slows metabolism, causes fatigue, reduces short-term memory, and increases existing health challenges. Drinking the more water is important, but drinking the right water is even more important.

Water is one of the most essential components of the human body. It regulates the body’s temperature, cushions and protects vital organs, and aids the digestive system. It creates an infinitely malleable volume that literally allows movement to be possible. Without water, our bodies would be like stone.

Water not only composes 75 % of all muscle tissue and about 10% of fatty tissue, it exists both inside and outside every cell. Within the cells, water transports nutrients and dispels waste. It is impossible to sustain human life for more than a week without water. It is also impossible to be healthy if water’s life-giving properties are not optimal.

Structured Water is optimal water. Drinking it is the most fundamental way to help the body function optimally and remain disease-free. Structured water is hydrating water. Drinking Structured Water throughout each day assists the body’s ability to be energized via delivery of hydrogen “fuel” (hence, the term hydration), and enables the body to flush toxins and metabolic waste.

Research has shown that proper hydration may minimize chronic pains such as rheumatoid arthritis, lower back pain, and colitis, as well as lower cholesterol and blood pressure. Most health practitioners advise that, if we simply drank enough water to keep our bodies sufficiently hydrated, many of the chronic diseases from which we suffer today would be abated.

Research also has shown chronic dehydration to be the root cause of many diseases associated with aging, including arthritis, GI disorders, and senile dementia. To complicate the situation, natural thirst signals decline as we become accustomed to being dehydrated over the years. Dehydration in the elderly is a real, but correctable, problem.

When it comes to hydration, all water is not equal. Structured Water releases stable oxygen. It delivers this oxygen to a greater degree than ordinary water; in fact, ordinary water may require the body to take resources from other areas in order to process the water.

Our bodies contain structured water when we are born. However, as the body grows older and is subjected to stress, contamination, pollutants, free radicals, poor diet and other external factors, the body begins to dehydrate. The structured cell water with which we are born diminishes, and the cell loses its effective shape. The result is that our ability to absorb water decreases as we age.

When you use a Structured Water Unit, you can actually smell, feel, and taste the difference immediately. Think of what proper hydration might mean to your family’s good health and well-being.

Using a Structured Water unit means you can drink water directly from your tap. Think of how that translates into savings: you are spared the expense of having to buy bottled water, and the environment is spared all those discarded plastic water bottles.

Structured Water also tastes pure, smooth and clean. Some people state it has a sweeter taste than other waters.

………. more to read in the forthcoming publication

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Posted on

September 23, 2017

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