"Using Alkaline Ionized Water As a Natural Gout Treatment" Report Is Released by Bawell Water Ionizers

Medical and scientific experts that have studied alkaline ionized water as a healthy alternative Gout treatment are interviewed in the new Bawell report.

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Alkaline ionized drinking water and its many health beneficial effects upon the body.

Alkaline ionized drinking water and its many health beneficial effects upon the body.

Too much acidic foods in the diet aggravates the gout condition and worsens a person's health by increasing the amount of toxins in their body. Water treated by electrolysis to increase its reduction potential is the best solution to this waste problem.

Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) June 30, 2013

"Natural remedies have proven to have helped several people on their gout problems for many years already. The foundational and effective intakes for a healthy body and lifestyle necessary for the prevention of gout, are an alkaline diet and ionized water produced by ionized water machines," the Bawell report states. It continues reporting, "This is the greatest alternative for those who would like to work towards decreasing their usual medications."

"Too much acidic foods in the diet aggravates the gout condition, and worsens a person's health in general by increasing the amount of toxins in their body. One ideal way to deal with this negative occurrence is through filtering these toxins by making a habit of drinking alkaline water. Alkaline ionized water brings cell regeneration, body pH balance, plus body tissue damage prevention, among the other tremendous benefits," the Bawell report continues to explain.

Mr. Sang Whang, a professional inventor, scientist, and author of the book "Reverse Aging" says, "There are devices called water ionizers that split alkaline minerals and acid minerals in regular tap water by electrical means. A quality water ionizer takes in regular tap water which has both acid and alkaline minerals in it and has a typical pH value of 7. The system then releases water with a pH value of 9 or higher with all the alkaline minerals from the original tap water. At the same time it releases acidic water with a pH value of 5 or lower with all the acid minerals in the original tap water" (Mr. Sang Whang author of the book Reverse Aging).

Dr. Hidemitsu Hayashi, M.D. Director, Water Institute of Japan gives advice on how to pick the best water ionizer machines. He also explains how a water ionizer works, "The Ionized Water unit, is an electrical appliance connected to your kitchen water supply to perform electrolysis on tap water before you drink it. A special attachment re-directs tap water out of the faucet through a plastic hose into the Ionized Water unit. The reduced water comes out of the faucet, and the oxidized water comes out of a separate hose leading into the sink" (Water Institute of Japan).

The doctor continues by mentioning some water ionizer health benefits, "One way to protect healthy tissue from the ravages of oxidation caused by active oxygen is to provide free electrons to active oxygen radicals, thus neutralizing their high oxidation potential and preventing them from reacting with healthy tissue. Water treated by electrolysis to increase its reduction potential is the best solution to the problem of providing a safe source of free electrons to block the oxidation of normal tissue by free oxygen radicals."

As a final piece of advice in the new Bawell report, "But first and foremost, one must change his lifestyle and eating habits for the better. As much as possible, eat less of acidic foods and switch into a more healthier diet such as green leafy vegetables, salads, and the likes. All the medications will be of no use if one doesn't comply with this."

Visit the Bawell website at http://www.bawellwaterionizers.com/faq.html for information on the health benefits of alkaline ionized water, and to see the different models of Bawell brand water ionizers.


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