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There are some pretty crazy alkaline water scams out there, from the crazy things that Kangen Representatives say, to wild health claims made for alkaline water by desperate salespeople. But a new Don’t fall for the gia-wellness alkaline water scam alkaline water scam outdoes them all. A company called gia Wellness has come out with an alkaline water pitcher called the “i-H2O Activation System” that claims to make the molecules in water “transform” into a “single file alignment.” I’ve heard some pretty wild claims about water, but this one truly takes the cake! For the record, you can’t make water molecules fall into any... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Thursday, April 06, 11:47 AM America/Los_Angeles
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There are a few brands of water ionizer out there that claim to make “H2 infused” alkaline water. All of these You can’t absorb hydrogen in your intestines, it can only be absorbed by the lungs brands have some things in common: None tell you how much hydrogen they make (and it’s easy to find out!). They are all underpowered, typically having no more than 150 watts of power compared to high quality machines that have up to 800 watts of power. Lastly, they are all overpriced, none of the H2 ionizers on the market gives good pH or antioxidant ORP levels, they are a waste of money. H2 infused water: The most expensive burp ever Companies... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Thursday, March 16, 11:53 AM America/Los_Angeles
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What About the Rebuttal to Alkaline Water Plus? Alkaline Water Plus has never been a fan of LIFE Ionizers. They have made many allegations about LIFE over the years (for Alkaline Water Plus makes a lot of false claims about other companies too reasons that are unknown to us) but none of those allegations have stuck. Recently, they’ve come out with new allegations that impugn the good reputation of LIFE’s Korean manufacturing partner. We here at LIFE Ionizers feel we need to respond to their false and reckless allegations. Note: Alkaline Water Plus is forbidden to sell LIFE Ionizers and several other brands. They import a dubious ionizer called... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Wednesday, February 01, 12:02 PM America/Los_Angeles
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H2 infusion is a marketing term used by some water ionizer companies to sell ionizers. They claim that the H2 Infusion does nothing for health because the amount of hydrogen a glass of water will hold is vanishingly small water made by their ionizer has additional antioxidant properties which are supplied by molecular hydrogen. One problem is: Hydrogen can only be absorbed in the lungs, not the intestines. If there is any hydrogen in the water you’re drinking, it comes back up as a burp, rather than being absorbed by your body. In fact, currently, there are no FDA approved therapeutic regimens involving hydrogen gas or dissolved hydrogen. Another... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Tuesday, August 30, 11:45 AM America/Los_Angeles
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Caveat Emptor – buyer beware, that’s the label that they should require be placed on brands of bottled Tests showed that Trader Joe’s alkaline water was 10,000 times less alkaline than what it says on the label alkaline water like Trader Joe’s Alkaline Water + Electrolytes. What should buyers beware of? The pH of the water may be much lower than the pH printed on the bottle. Consumer reviews for Trader Joe’s alkaline water show that people who tested the water found it to have a pH as low as 5 in some instances. On the bottle, Trader Joe’s alkaline water claims to have a pH of 9.5. Is Trader Joe’s lying? Or is there something... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Tuesday, July 05, 11:45 AM America/Los_Angeles
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Alkaline Antioxidant Water Scams & Why? Is that expensive bottle of alkaline water an antioxidant? Probably not. There are several alkaline antioxidant Be careful, don’t fall for these antioxidant alkaline water scams water scams that are bilking consumers out of millions of dollars annually. It’s important to understand that all water which is alkaline is not necessarily antioxidant, and that some of the most expensive alkaline waters out there are NOT antioxidant alkaline water! Bottled alkaline waters Consumers are spending millions on bottled alkaline water, expecting the same benefits that you get from the antioxidant alkaline... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Friday, June 03, 11:56 AM America/Los_Angeles
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What is the Life Ionizers Reviews Ripoff Report Scam? Don’t be fooled! The website Ripoff Reports is a scam. Ripoff reports passes itself off as consumer reviews website, but it’s not. Ripoff Report is a scam meant to bilk businesses out of thousands of dollars for worthless “reputation management”. LIFE Ionizers has an A+ rating! In the last 3 years, Life Ionizers Reviews Ripoff Reports has had 50 consumer complaints lodged against them with the Better Business Bureau. Click that link and see for yourself. They have 19 complaints of false and fraudulent advertising, 28 consumer complaints of problems with their service and... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Friday, January 22, 14:17 PM America/Los_Angeles
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There’s a lot of misconceptions out there about alkaline water, and it’s easy to see why. The correct name for alkaline Alkaline water: Good health – and the studies to back it up water is “Electrolyzed Reduced Water” in chemistry, there is no such thing as alkaline or kangen water. Both of these are simply marketing terms. That’s why if you do a Google Scholar search for alkaline water studies, you won’t find any. To find the studies that have been done, you have to search for Electrolyzed Reduced Water. An article online called Alkaline Water: Good Health or Junk Science by Jan Roberts claims that alkaline ionized water can’t... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Tuesday, January 12, 11:48 AM America/Los_Angeles
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Would you trust a doctor who told you to “forget about focussing (sic) on calories, carbs, protein and pH levels, and start focussing (sic) on eating and living right”? Marcus Rothkranz isn’t a doctor, he seems to have no medical background at all. Probably not. Would you trust some guy on YouTube who gave you the above advice? If you value your health, definitely not! But amazingly, lots of people do fall for The Alkaline Myth, a scam being spread by Marcus Rothkranz who publishes videos with questionable “health” advice on YouTube. Since he doesn’t think you should focus on protein, what does Marcus suggest you eat instead of... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Thursday, October 08, 11:49 AM America/Los_Angeles
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Back in May of 2010, Dr. Mercola published an article where he states that you should be drinking “living” water. He describes living water as water that is “structured in a way that is not well understood.” In that same article from 2010 he said “hopes to have more information about ‘structured’ water in the future”. Today it’s august 26th, 2015, more than five years later, and Dr. Mercola hasn’t provided any further information about ‘structured’ water – nor will he ever – because there is no such thing as structured water. Dr. Mercola: America’s most popular snake oil salesman Reality check: Dr. Mercola... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Thursday, September 10, 11:30 AM America/Los_Angeles


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