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Why I Drink Ionized Water

the-nurseAn obvious question that i could answer in so many ways.. but here’s a bit part of my reasoning. It’s a quote from Gizmag.

” In the United States, about one in every 20 people admitted to a hospital will end up with a healthcare acquired infection, or HAI. Of those people, approximately 100,000 die from such infections annually.”

After 13 years on the water I can definitely say that I have saved massive amounts in healthcare, plus the insurance that might pay for my ‘HAI’ but wouldn’t stop the suffering.

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By IAN HAMILTON

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