Why is dehydration a problem over summer? Warmer summer weather can bring with it a number of health problems – from swollen feet to sunburn and insect bites. One of the most common conditions in summer is dehydration, yet this is also one of the easiest to prevent. Dehydration occurs when your body doesn’t have… Continue reading How to Beat the Heat with Kangen
It’s important to practice social distancing. But it’s also important to stay healthy during self-quarantine. Sometimes it feels like a balance we just can’t quite strike right. We’re here to help you get through this together with some exercise, eating well, and staying hydrated. EXERCISE, EXERCISE, AND MORE EXERCISE Go outside and get some fresh… Continue reading Staying Healthy & Hydrated in Quarantine
If you stumbled upon this article, you are most likely one of the millions of people affected by brutal seasonal allergies. While sneezing, runny nose, itchy and watery eyes are all pretty common indicators of a seasonal allergy, the discomfort can extend beyond that. A little known fact is that signs of dehydration may be… Continue reading Wanna Beat Allergies? Hydrate with Kangen Water!
Why Is Drinking Water Important? Having allergies and getting sick are unfortunate facts of life. Here in the busy and rowdy 21st century, we interact with a lot of people. If you want to learn how to boost your immune system for free, read on.
You may wonder why pH testing your water is important, or how to check if your own home’s tap water passes the “test”. Well, to start, there are several different methods of testing a solution’s pH – a digital meter, litmus paper, or reagent drops can be used to find the pH value of acidic… Continue reading Testing the pH of Your Home’s Tap Water…RESULTS WILL SHOCK YOU!
Poor water quality affects a large portion of the American population. In recent weeks, the city of Newark, NJ has become infamously plagued by contaminants. In particular, by lead toxins that are being secreted from the city’s poor infrastructure and excessive tainted dust and debris that makes its way into pipes, streams, and reservoirs.
Is the US tap water safe to drink? Well, according to the Natural Resources Defense Council, for 85% of the population it is – but we still have those 15% left. Knowing the estimated population in the United States is 327.16 million, that means about 50 million of the US residents drink dangerously contaminated tap… Continue reading Downsides of Tap Water Across the United States
Seventy-five percents of brain mass is water. Water supplementation improves cognitive performances, as well as mood and hydration state, while inadequate hydration causes brain function to go downwards. Being dehydrated affects your neural pathways negatively as it gets harder for the section of the brain to struggle with problem-solving.
Plastic contamination is rampant in bottled water. A study published in Frontiers in Chemistry that analyzed samples taken from 259 bottled waters sold in several countries and determined that 3% of them contained “microplastic” synthetic polymer particles.
What Is Alkaline Water Anyway? Alkaline water is H2O that has been ionized, meaning the water’s pH (hydrogen) level has been increased. A process called electrolysis separates the acid and the alkaline properties in the water. Alkaline water has a pH level of around 8 or 9. A pH of 7 is the normal level… Continue reading Alkaline Water 101