You’ve already heard about alkaline hydrogen water. You know that notoriously hard-to-please celebrities love it. You probably know that millions of people around the world are huge fans of the pH-balancing, hottest-way-to-hydrate alkaline water, but still. Is it all smoke and mirrors or does alkaline water deliver what it promises?
Which, to be honest, is a lot.
The Hydrogen Water Sports Star Fan Club
Hydrogen water is credited with everything from boosting your energy – a long list of sports stars swear by its performance-enhancing potency – to fending off and neutralizing damaging free-radicals in the environment.
The theory – and, it seems, a decent share of the science – behind drinking alkaline hydrogen water, is that …
We hear a lot about it, but what exactly is hydrogen water? Why is it so different from regular water, and why should you drink it?
First of all, molecular hydrogen (H2) – what is it? The smallest, lightest molecule in the known universe, is also the most abundant and is almost as old as the universe itself. It’s partly molecular hydrogen’s size that makes it so useful in terms of our health: small enough to cross the blood/brain barrier, it can literally get into the places that other elements can’t.
So molecular hydrogen in water: why do we need that and why do we keep hearing so much about it?
For many people, 2020 is the Big One. It’s the start of a new decade and all of those promises that we keep making to ourselves about being healthier? This is the year that we get it done.
2020: The Year of the Hydrogen Water Ionizer
Maybe it’s the incoming new decade, but a growing consciousness about our health and the constant worry that tap water just isn’t good for us anymore, that’s prompted many people to make 2020 the year they buy a water ionizer.
There’s something a bit existential about the New Year. It prompts us to look back at what has passed, and then firmly look forward …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 11, 2019 9:01 pm
Whatever your age or style, practicing good oral care is one thing that most of us tend to strive for. Forget Botox injections or anti-aging fillers – clean, white teeth and healthy gums knock the years off like nothing else!
Below – we’ll dive into what good oral care looks like and what you can drink to give you a healthy, natural smile that shines bright:
Whether you’re short-sighted, long-sighted or have perfect vision, we all want problem-free, functioning eyes. Did you know that Hydrogen Water helps our eyes to stay healthy? Keep reading below to learn how!
Antioxidants and Eye Health
As with everything, eating right is a big factor when it comes to our eyes. Antioxidant-rich foods containing vitamin C are particularly good for our eye health.
Were you ever told as a kid that carrots help you to see in the dark? It seems that our grandmothers’ saying is rooted in scientific fact!
Drinking freshly ionized Hydrogen Water directly from a water ionizer takes things to another level.
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 27, 2019 4:52 pm
We all know that the best way to avoid a hangover is to not drink alcohol in the first place. However, it’s the holiday season and the reality is that many people are tempted into drinking a little more of the hard stuff than usual.
The Three Greatest Hangover-Busting Tips Ever!
But what about the morning after?
There’s so much to celebrate at this time of year and no one wants to miss a moment of the fun by suffering from the dreaded hangover!
We’ve rounded up the three all-time greatest tips to sensibly enjoying alcohol over the holidays while hopefully avoiding feeling full-on Grinch the following day!
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 26, 2019 6:15 pm
Bone health has become a public health crisis. Globally, symptoms of osteoporosis lead to more than 8.9 million fractures every year. It already affects 200 million women and the numbers are increasing.
By 2050, analysts predict that global hip fracture rates will increase by a shocking 310 percent in men, and 240 percent in women.
Bone Health: Sobering Statistics
We tend to think of osteoporosis as being more prevalent in older people, but the condition accounts for more hospitalization of women over the age of 45 than many other diseases, including diabetes and breast cancer.
Although 75 percent of hip fractures occur in women, men have a higher …