Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 20, 2016 7:00 am
Just before the holiday celebrations really begin, we’re not just wrapping presents; it’s also a wrap on our 10-part series on how water ionizers compare to other drinks and machines on the market. We aim to present the facts and let you decide for yourself which option is best for you!
The Healthy Choice?
Today, we’re taking a look at “healthy drinks” and examining the claims and the reality. When people talk about healthy options, they usually mean low-fat, low-sugar or something that contains fresh ingredients.
The best of the bunch is a freshly-made juice or smoothie, made primarily from vegetables, with a little …
Well, there are no bad guys here; both juicing and alkaline water can be great for your body and your health. If you’ve got a juicer or an ionizer in your kitchen, then good job! If you’ve got both, then awesome job!
But to break things down a little, there are pros and cons. A juicer, for example, gives you food-derived nutrients that alkaline water doesn’t have. But then, you could just make an alkaline water smoothie, and you’ve got those nutrients down, without losing the fiber, which of course is largely cancelled out in the juicing process.