A Day Without Water?

No Water? Can we imagine that?

Probably not – and that could be vital to your health! Bottled water is consumed by millions each and every day and is a major global industry. Literally draining the public water supply from communities. Check online for the movie “Tapped”.

The good people at Story of Stuff have actually researched the gigantic marketing campaign used by bottled water manufacturers and have uncovered some revealing information about bottled water and the marketing machine that leads us to believe things that, well, may not be entirely true.

Everyone needs to know the true story behind bottled water!

the source of the water or the bottling location

Did you know, for example, that the Food and Drug Administration does not require that a bottled water manufacturer disclose the source of the water or the bottling location?

Did you also know that the FDA does not force manufacturers to test their water; they have the responsibility of doing it themselves? And numerous taste tests have shown that bottled water doesn’t taste any better to the average person than tap water.

Facts like these and more are things you should know and understand in order to promote wellness and have security about the source of YOUR water.

With Kangen Water®, you face no uncertainty. You know exactly what you are getting – great-tasting ionized alkaline water that delivers optimal hydration with no secrets.

After all, many diseases thrive in an acidic environment, and who knows what kind of environment exists for bottled water manufacturers and their water sources? Do you want to gamble on uncertainty, or do you want to bank on a sure thing with healthy alkaline water?

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A Day Without Water

In early 2014, North America witnessed one of its most extreme winter seasons in history. Low temperature records were broken throughout most of the U.S., including Jerseyville, a rural community (near St. Louis) in which I was living at the time.

I came home from work to a burst water pipe. Until that moment, I did not realize how important water was to ensure a minimum standard of living. I no longer could shower, nor could I flush my toilet, wash my hands or clean dishes. I gave the water I had in a glass sitting on my desk to my cat, and called my landlord about the problem. The next morning, my boss graciously let me come to his house to get ready for work. My water was fixed one day later.

I will not forget the importance of water because of that. Today, companies throughout our industry are sending a similar message during Imagine a Day Without Water. This industry-wide initiative aims to bring the issue further into the public eye and encourage more than just discourse on water problems in the U.S.

It does not take much to take part in this event, and we encourage you to do so. Make a post on social media with a story about when you did not have water for a day, suggest the local city council approve a resolution of support for the initiative or host an educational event. Let your voice be known.

Do you have a story of a day without water? Share it in the comments below or send us an email at

Fresh Water is indispensable for life:

About 2/3 of our body is water and daily uptake of fresh water is indispensable for maintaining our life. Suggesting that our bodies are a kind of river and that our amazing vascular system is similar to all of the vast river water systems of the world. If we stop to consider all the amazing growth and life that is sustained via rivers through out the world. All we have to do is look at ourselves, and realize that if the flow stops we die. Water has many functions inside the human body. The biggest of these is to improve blood flow and promote metabolism. It also activates the intestinal flora, and enzymes while assisting in excreting waste and bodily toxins. Pollutants, food additives, chemicals, carcinogens are just a few of the things that are flushed out of our systems by good water. The problem is however our waters now contain agricultural run-off. pharmacological agents, pesticides, arsenic, dioxins, and carcinogens.


Is the process where electrons are broken away from molecules. Reduction, is good, and is the opposite, in which electrons are received by molecules.This being said the higher the electrical potential the more likely it is to oxidize substances, while the lower the electrical potential is more likely to reduce other substances. You can use electrical means to create water with strong  reduction capability (Highly Alkaline & Antioxidant) from your tap.

During the process of electrolysis, minerals such as calcium and magnesium from the water attach themselves to the cathodes. Therefore, water electrically treated can collect more minerals. Also active hydrogen is also produced, which serves to remove excess free radicals from the body. When water passes through these purifiers, chemicals and other substances which are harmful to us are removed. Creating a pure, clean, alkaline and highly antioxidant water with plenty of minerals which we need, to keep our bodily rivers flowing.

Dr. Fereydoon Batmanghelidj

Dr. Fereydoon Batmanghelidj
“I am a researcher. I have researched dehydration for the past 20 years. When I discovered that the solution to most of the disease conditions of our society is not a moneymaker, I decided to take my information to the public. My research revealed that unintentional dehydration produces stress, chronic pains and many degenerative diseases. Dry mouth is not the only sign of dehydration and waiting to get thirsty is wrong. Medicine has based its understanding that it is solid matter in the body that regulates all functions of the body. I have explained scientifically at the molecular level that it is water that regulates all functions of the body including functions of solid matter. 75% of our bodies are composed of water. The brain is 85% water. It is water that energizes and activates the solid matter. If you don’t take enough water, some functions of the body will suffer. Dehydration produces system disturbances. When I use the word water cure, I am referring to curing dehydration with water”.
~Dr Fereydoon Batmanghelidj, Medical Doctor, Researcher.

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