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Benefits of ‘Pure Ionic water’

Benefits of ‘Organically Activated Water’

Our bodies operate best at their natural pH value of 7.35.

Modern lifestyle and diets are very acidic, and this places unnecessary stress on the body, as it struggles to maintain balance of its pH levels.

As cancer cells thrive in a more acidic bodily environment, this is another means of treatment as prevention, rather than as a cure.

Diet plays a key role in keeping the body in its natural, slightly alkaline state, and this is why it is so important to cut out specific food types that contribute to a more acidic environment - including sweet foods, alcoholic beverages, and red meat, to name a few.

Alkali-ionised water has a very high pH value which can be a fantastic contributor to your body’s pH balance regulation.

It also contains colloidal natural minerals that are essential for healthy cell function.

Examples of Ph of common beverages

Drinks pH pH
Cola 2.5
Diet soft drink 3.2
Beer 4.7
Distilled water 5.4
Reverse Osmosis filtered water 6.0
Bottled water 7
Ionized alkaline water 7 to 10+

Pure ionic DMRO pro sports 9.5 water effects on the blood


ACID BLOOD


ALKALINE BLOOD

When your blood is acidic, it clusters together and is no longer able to pass through the tiny capillaries in your body and provide them with oxygen - thus preventing a portion of your body’s cells from utilising this oxygen effectively, essentially starving them.

Our blood and cells need to maintain slight alkalinity, so the body compensates for over acidity by converting acid wastes into solid wastes. When effectively converted to a solid state, this acidic waste can be stored indefinitely in the body, without affecting its pH balance. It does so by storing these wastes in areas such as body fat (or cellulite). Fat gain, therefore, could be a result of acidic waste being stored in these areas.

Acid builds up, and then fat follows it. To treat this, we use alkaline pH Anti-oxidant water which reduces and eradicates acidic cellulite build-up in female bodies, as it detoxifies the affected cell via pure hydration.

Anti- oxidants

Oxidation occurs naturally

A good example of oxidation is what happens to a shiny nail in a jar of water. Give it a few weeks, and it goes rusty. The process even affects a bitten apple, after a while, it turns brown.

Antioxidants attack and neutralise free radicals in the body, hazardous molecules that damage cells and cause ageing and disease. Though antioxidants are produced naturally in the body,with age this process starts to falter, which therefore requires supplementation of these antioxidants through proper diet and via drinking pure ionic water - readily available in SOS Advance.

Antioxidants work by significantly slowing or preventing the oxidative process (the process by which oxygen damages cells) caused by these free radicals, which themselves lead to cell dysfunction and damage, by neutralising the free radicals before oxidative damage occurs.

However, part and parcel of neutralising these radicals leads the antioxidative substances to themselves become oxidised. This is why it is vital to maintain a healthy intake of antioxidants atall times.

Break the chain reaction

When a free radical releases or steals an electron, a second radicalis formed. This new radical then does the same thing to a third molecule, propagating a process that generates many more unstable atoms. This process continues until the chain is broken by a stabilising anti-oxidant.

A Little more info on free radicals

Free radical production is completely natural. ​​The body's natural defence systems neutralize free radicals that develop, rendering them harmless. However, environmental assaults on the body, such as UV-radiation, pollutants and alcohol, can overpower the body's ability to neutralize free radicals, giving them free reign to cause damage to the structure and function of the body’s cells. Evidence suggests that this damage contributes to premature ageing, as well as a host of illnesses, including cancer and heart disease.

Consuming more antioxidants helps better equip your body with the means of neutralizing these harmful free radicals. These can be found in diets rich in fruits and vegetables, as well as through consuming “pure ionic water’.

Antioxidants: A Case Study

Dr. Lynda Frassetto from the University of California believes that humans, evolutionarily, have changed. Once, our bodies were capable of breaking down food and disposing of the acidic waste through our kidneys and livers. But now, because of the proliferation of acids in our diets, and the amount in the average western person’s system, our inner bodies have become a warzone. Our body is in a constant struggle to protect some of its most vital areas - our kidneys and livers - from total degradation and failure.

To prove this theory, Dr. Frassetto studied 1000 individuals and discovered that their bodies were stockpiling acidic waste in our fatty deposits, rather than eliminating them with our kidneys and liver.

Cholestrol and crystallized uric acid are solidified acids that have been dumped in the body for later disposal, which never occurs. Essentially, the body has to choose between preserving our livers and kidneys or dumping the waste, and therefore naturally chooses to preserve our vital organs.

This taxes our systems - leading to obesity, low energy, and many acid-related diseases such as osteoarthritis, diabetes, cancer and more.

Dr. Robert O. Young agrees with Dr.Frassetto‘s theory. Sugar is an acid and he sees Westerners consumption of sugar as the reason why so many are overweight. The body has to protect itself from the excess sugar, so it creates fat to encase the acid. “Fat,” he says. “Is saving our lives.”

When our bodies are excessively acidic, they borrow essential minerals such as calcium,sodium, potassium, and magnesium from our vital organs and bones to buffer or neutralize the acid. The result is our bodies suffer from prolonged degradation or corrosion which manifestsinto these debilitating conditions.

Even things as innocuous in our diets, such as diet coke and other sodas have a pH level of 2.5,while beer and meat sit at 3.5 on the pH scale. Even dairy, white pasta, mineral water, hardalcohol, nuts, butters, beans, and oils are all high in acidity. The body is essentially given moreacidity than it can balance out - leading to this waste acid being stored.

Dr. Robert O. reverberates Frassetto’s theory. As sugar itself is an acid, Westernersconsumption of it and subsequent weight gain is the body’s response to encase the acid in fatand protect it.

“Fat,” Dr. O. says, “is saving our lives.”

Storing Acid in our Bodies:

Dr. Lynda Frassetto from the University of California believes that humans, in evolutionary terms,have changed. Once upon a time, our bodies used to break down food and dispose of the acidwaste with our kidneys and livers. But now, because of the sheer amount of acid waste the averageperson in the west produces, she sees our inner bodies being turned into a war zone, where ourbody is fighting to protect its most strategic reserves --- our kidney and liver -- from total degradationand failure.

To prove this theory, Dr. Frassetto studied 1000 people and discovered that we are indeedstockpiling acid waste in our fatty deposits instead of eliminating it with our kidneys and liver.Cholesterol and crystallized uric acid are solidified acids that have been dumped within the body forlater disposal, which never comes. Our bodies have made the choice to preserve our kidney andliver instead of processing the acid waste.

The cost is tremendous -- obesity, low energy, and many acid related diseases such asosteoarthritis, diabetes, cancer, and much more.

When our bodies are excessively acidic, they borrow essential minerals such as calcium, sodium,potassium, and magnesium from our vital organs and bones to buffer or neutralize the acid. Theresult is our bodies suffer from prolonged degradation or corrosion which manifests into thesedehabilitating conditions.

The reason is simple -- the average American diet contains way too much acid. Diet coke and othersoda is probably the most acidic food people consume at a pH of 2.5. Beer and meat are at 3.5, thenthere’s dairy, white pasta, most water, wine, hard alcohol, nuts and butters, beans, oils -- all acidicfoods. All produce acid waste in our bodies that they can‘t handle.

Dr. Robert O. Young agrees with Dr.Frassetto‘s theory. Sugar is an acid and he sees Westernersconsumption of sugar as the reason why so many are overweight. The body has to protect itself fromthe excess sugar, so it creates fat to encase the acid. “Fat,” he says. “Is saving our lives.”

Acidity also bleeds over into our immune system, as the body has reserves of alkaline buffers thatare created and sent through the body to combat disease. But if these reserves are depleted fromconstantly regulating our acid levels, it exposes our bodies to higher risks of disease and acompromised immune system.

SOS Advance solves for this in a number of ways:

Summary of benefits

  1. Alkalises the body
  2. De- toxifies the body
  3. Powerful anti- oxidant
  4. Hydrates up 6x more effectively than tap water
  5. Anti-ageing properties
  6. Improves circulation
  7. Boosts metabolism
  8. Lowers blood pressure
  9. Relieves allergic reactions
  10. Constipation relief
  11. Absorption of minerals
  12. Provides the body with additional oxygen
  13. Faster body repair/skin repair
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