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like a cornerstone or keystone habit from which other healthy habits naturally tend to develop and a greater potential begins to emerge.
Electrolyzed reduced water can be produced by our ionizers by hooking them up to a faucet, and it can be consumed while it is still fresh and the healthy properties have not yet begun to diminish. The water produced by Enagic’s ionizers is called Kangen (Japanese for “returned to origin,” or, “reduced”) water and, again, it has four properties that distinguish it from regular water. First, the potential of Hydrogen (pH) is raised or lowered by pushing the corresponding button that matches the pH level to the desired use. Different levels produce different effects for different uses. Municipal tap water is regulated at a minimum level of 7.0 (neutral), because a lower pH would rust the pipes due to oxidation, thus the lower, acidic pH ages and corrodes the pipes. Most bottled waters have an acidic pH of 4-6. Each increase of pH by a factor of 1 is ten times more alkaline than the lower number, so a pH of 6 is ten times more alkaline than a pH of 5 and one hundred times more alkaline than a 4. Therefore, a pH of 9 is ten times more alkaline than a pH of 8, one hundred times more alkaline than a pH of 7, one thousand times more alkaline than a pH of 6, ten thousand times more alkaline than a pH of 5, one hundred thousand times more alkaline than a pH of 4, and one million times more alkaline than a pH of three. Conversely, soda, which has a pH of about 2.5, is ten million times more acidic than the Kangen water 9.5. Soda is just one of the many dietary reasons so many Americans have acidic bodies. The food we eat is also typically very acidic, unless you’re a vegetarian. Stressful or sedentary lifestyles can add another set of reasons we accumulate acidity. Kangen water helps to alkalize, balance, and flush acidic bodies, without having to eat a ton of green, leafy vegetables.
Have you ever heard that “diseases thrive in an acidic body?” Acidity, inflammation, oxidation, dehydration, and plaque accumulation form the perfect environment for a plethora of mold-like diseases to ferment and proliferate in the body. The Japanese have learned to prevent and treat diseases better than any other country by finding ways to address and suppress the compounding effects of inflammation, oxidation, dehydration, over-acidity, and plaque buildup. That’s ground zero for them, at least in healthcare. Preventing diseases and living the longest possible lives are paramount priorities in Japanese culture, and they have learned and apply what works, because they had to, because we nuked ‘em; twice: but from those ashes… things changed.
Those two events in August 1945 tested their collective knowledge to its core and beyond it’s limits, demanding new solutions to meet new needs, elevating standards beyond the limits of what was previously known, or even thought possible. Japanese higher-ups thought the U.S. might get nuke-happy again, which forced a change in most of their systems in the direction of maximizing ethnic preservation. They changed their healthcare system’s philosophy, paradigm, and practices to focus primarily on longevity and adult-onset disease prevention. Prepare and prevent now, or repair and repent later kind’a thing. Find and treat the root cause, rather than catering to the symptoms.
By the early 1950′s, they had implemented a process called ningen doku (human dry dock, like a ship off the seas to be inspected and repaired in an assembly line of doctors and nurses two weeks a year for all higher-ups) which, through decades of testing, tweaking, innovating, and improving, has become the most progressive and results-driven disease prevention healthcare system ever established. Numbers don’t lie, and the numbers speak volumes: Japan has had the longest life expectancies and lowest disease incidences of any country in the world for decades. And yet, they routinely eat McDonald’s. In Tokyo, a Super-Sized Big Mac Value Meal will run ya’ ’bout $20, and the Tokyans are lovin’ ‘em late night. Very unhealthy, and their stress levels are through the roof, probably because their cost of living is so high, which is probably why they smoke like chimneys. #Huh!? Why the longevity? Why not the Swiss, or the Swedes, or the infamous Dutch of the Netherlands? They all have good diets and live healthy lifestyles with very little smoking, except the Dutch, who smoke two types of cigarettes like chimneys, but tend to be less stressed than the Japanese. Incidentally, and I’m getting a little bit off topic here, Japan also has the 2nd and 3rd lowest crime and infant mortality rates in the world (don’t google our rankings). It’s a healthy country, all-around. Except for the Mickey Dees, the stress, and the awful, terrible smoking. Gross. Nah, not judging, just joking… People are stressed, and in need… everywhere you look, we’re choking.