We’ve seen many fad water marketing ideas come and go over the years. But one that seems to be sticking around is alkaline water. It’s the best of the best if you are a bottled water marketer.. but does it really help our health?
Alkaline water testing in 2016.. and now
A (friendly) alien soon realises that he or she (or it) is talking to a bag of water. Nobel laureate Albert Szent-Gyorgyi takes it even further: “Life is water, dancing to the tune of macro molecules.” So.. the alien is talking to water. So let’s talk about drinking water.
Alkaline water is a huge search term in Google world right now, and for good reason. So it’s worth revisiting the main arguments for – and against – alkaline water.
Alkaline water exposed by an expert: 21 years drinking it, making it and designing alkaline water systems. Perfect for anyone wondering if it really works.
Researchers publishing in Science discovered that despite reducing the use of pesticides, the new alternatives -pyrethroid and neonicotinoids pesticides has increased toxicity to non-target organisms substantially.
“We are in a water crisis beyond anything you can imagine. Pollution and toxins are everywhere, stemming from the hazardous wastes of industry and agriculture. We’ve got more than 40,000 chemicals on the market today with only a few hundred regulated. We’ve had industrial byproducts discarded into the ground and into our water supply for years. This crisis affects everyone – rich or poor, black or white, Republican or Democrat. Communities everywhere think they are safe when they are not.
I am always in wonder at how some people complain about having no money… and yet seem to have a blind spot on what they spend money on. Luckily for Mr Shanshan (whom I bet you’ve never heard of!), there are enough blind spotters in the world for him to become the 6th richest man in the world.
Ever wonder whether the drugs you ceased taking might still be getting into you? In your water?
Alkaway is hitting the TWO DECADE mark and our vision is the same as day one