Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Can a Water Ionizer Help You Drink More Water?

My sister and brother in-law recently purchased a water ionizer and they called me to come over and fill up my five gallon container of water. Well, I thought to myself, "What could the water ionizer possibly do for me?" I went over to their home and they let me use the water ionizer to fill up my own five gallon jug. I took it home and began to drink the water.

I'm not one for drinking just water; I generally have to sweeten whatever I'm drinking; be it tea or lemon water. I always add Stevia sweetener, but there was something different about this water. It went down really smooth, tasted great and I was able to polish off a glass of it in just a few minutes and then wanted more! What had this water ionizer had done to the water? Well, they invited me to go to their website: read up on water ionizer machines. I found out they make alkaline water, which is very important because we as Americans eat very acidic foods and usually drink soda at every meal!

I have been going over to my sister's house once a week to re-fill the jug with the water from their water ionizer and I have to admit, I absolutely love the water and I haven't had a soda in five weeks, nor do I desire to drink one! I tried on a pair of pants that gaped about 4 inches one month ago and now I can fasten them with no problem!

So I'm thinking that maybe I need to purchase one of these water ionizer machines for myself! I have seen first hand what it's done for me and I've heard many testimonies that have convinced me that their is something to this alkaline water that this water ionizer machine has to offer. If it can help my body to heal itself, then I'm all for it!


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Gina - RoseThistleArtworks said...

Thanks so much for posting this. :) I'm going to check it out. I could stand to use some "fluff", if ya know what I mean! ;) LOL

Gina - RoseThistleArtworks said...

Ha ha ha! I meant LOSE some "fluff", not use. Hee hee, how funny. You must've wondered what I meant!