Our bodies and the planet are made up of mostly water. It is recommended that we drink at least 8 glasses a day. It’s important to know where the water you drink comes from and what it’s composed of, because water is more than just water.
The alkaline diet has gained a following and continues to grow in popularity. People are becoming more aware of the pH levels in their bodies. PH levels fluctuate depending on what you put into and on your body. Everything you consume has a pH level. The pH scale goes from numbers 0 to 14, with 0 being the most acidic and 14 being the most alkaline.
Did you know that most bottled water has pH levels between 4 and 7? The recommended pH level for a healthy body is 7.35 and 7.45. A balanced body has a better chance of preventing different diseases and ailments. Drinking alkaline water will help you maintain this balance in your body.
Waiakea water is a natural, sustainable bottled water. It has a natural occurring pH level of 8.8. It achieves this alkaline pH level through it’s a unique, natural filtration system, on the Mauna Loa volcano. This Hawaii Volcanic water is the first of its kind. The water comes from the sky. It rains an average of 360 days a year in South Kona, Hawaii, near the Mauna Loa volcano. The rain water travels down 14,000 feet of volcanic rock. On its way down, it picks up minerals, such as calcium and magnesium. As opposed from sitting in an aquifer filtration system, the volcanic filtration system is a sustainable natural source of alkaline water.
Waiakea water is an award-winning product, acclaimed for being pure, sustainable, rich in minerals, and alkaline. It tastes great and provides disease fighting antioxidants, along with other numerous health benefits. Ryan Emmons president and founder of Waiakea states “Waiakea continues to be recognized not only for its sustainability standards and purity, but also for its immense health benefits,” Drinking Alkaline water is simple, easy and will help keep your body balanced and healthy.
— Waiākea (@waiakea) May 24, 2018