Kangen Water™ Fosters Medical Independence in Hard Times

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A Japanese water ionizer technology by Enagic may be just the thing to help you to take responsibility for your own health and not be so dependent on the medical establishment, in the same spirit as getting off foreign oil. In Japan, which ranks #1 in the world for longevity, many hospitals and clinics have been using purified, electrically restructured, ionized, alkaline water for over 30 years to treat a number of disease conditions; and 1 in 5 households has a water ionizer. Maybe they're on to something.

PES Network, Inc (PESN.com) has published a product review of Kangen Water™, produced by the water ionizer devices manufactured by Enagic of Japan, now making a splash in the U.S. market and about a dozen other countries around the world.

With the current financial crisis on everyone's minds, it's important to realize that our risk of health challenges won't go away just because we might not be able to afford health insurance or health care.

Sterling D. Allan, CEO of PES Network, Inc. said: "Being dependent on the medical establishment is as detrimental to individuals and society as our dependence on foreign oil. Taking responsibility for our health through preventative maintenance is supported by the same fundamental principles as shifting to renewable energy resources in the energy sector."

A Japanese water ionizer technology by Enagic may be just the thing to help you to take responsibility for your own health and not be so dependent on the medical establishment, in the same spirit as getting off foreign oil.

According to the United Nations, the U.S. is currently ranked #37 for longevity -- right below Cuba. Japan tops the list at #1.

In Japan, many hospitals and clinics have been using purified, electrically restructured, ionized, alkaline water -- trademarked as Kangen Water™ ('Kangen' means 'return to origin') -- for over 30 years to treat a number of disease conditions. The report includes links to numerous clinical studies.

In 1931, Dr. Otto Warburg won the Nobel Prize for proving that cancer cells must have an anaerobic environment to live. In recent years, many books have been written asserting that balancing the body's pH is a crucial factor in lowering the risk of cancer and other diseases.

The challenge, of course, is keeping our bodies at the proper pH. While diet is extremely important, many people on a health regimen drink bottled or filtered water, both of which are usually very acidic and oxidizing; both of which may contribute to an environment in which cancer and other diseases are known to thrive.

The Enagic water ionizer utilizes electrolysis to produce highly alkaline (9.5+ pH) water that is rich in antioxidant value and micro-clustered, hexagonal molecules. While competitors may claim that their machines have many of the same features, the Enagic SD501, at 235 watts, is unmatched in power. This wattage, along with the large platinum-coated, medical-grade titanium plates used by the Enagic machine, is necessary to produce the structured molecules in sufficient quantities to get results.

Only Enagic offers water ionizer machines recognized as medical devices for internal and external medical treatment use in hospitals throughout Japan (and is willing to show their documentation to prove it). Clinical trials and water research from Japan over the past 30+ years are based on large-scale, industrial ionizers produced by Enagic and their parent company, Sanastec Inc. In 1997, the household-sized ionizer was introduced, featuring the same technology employed in their large-scale units.

The Enagic machine is also endorsed by the Japanese Ministry of Health, as well as by Dr. Hiromi Shinya, inventor of the colonoscope. Additionally, Enagic is the only water ionizer company awarded the coveted 'seal of approval' from the Japanese Association for the Prevention of Adult Diseases (approximately 6600 Medical Doctors).

As people worry about their 401k losses and paying their mortgages, the risks of cancer and other potentially life-threatening diseases are still ever-present. Now, more than ever, we need some real solutions, not only about finances, but about how we can deal with these health challenges amid such economic and emotional turmoil. It seems that the Japanese are rather ahead of the U.S., as 1 in 5 Japanese households has a water ionizer machine.

The report is published at http://pesn.com/2008/10/27/9501496_KangenWater_for_hard_times/

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