Caveat Emptor: The Kangen Water Scam
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Want to know what the latest absurd gimmick in healthy water is today? Look no further than Dr. Mercola’s EZ Water or Living Water is a scam Dr. Mercola’s EZ Water or Living Water. Dr. Mercola claims: “There is a fourth phase of water, not H2O but H3O2, and can be called living water. It’s more viscous, dense, and alkaline than regular water; has a negative charge, and can hold energy, much like a battery, and deliver energy too”. A fourth phase of water? If that were true, this would be a groundbreaking discovery. Alas, it’s not. If you search for H3O2, you’ll find out that it is water with antioxidant hydroxyl ions in it. That... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Thursday, May 31, 11:38 AM America/Los_Angeles

Do a search for kangen healing water and you’ll see some pretty amazing results: You’ll see websites that claim it has ‘miracle’ Kangen sales people aren’t supposed to claim kangen water heals anything healing power, that it has ‘tremendous’ healing power, and that it has ‘amazing’ health benefits. There’s only one problem with these claims: Enagic corporation, the company that makes the machine that makes Kangen water,  doesn’t claim that Kangen water cures any diseases. Instead, claims that Kangen water cures diseases are made by independent sales representatives that sell the machine.  Enagic also says that the... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Thursday, May 04, 11:52 AM America/Los_Angeles

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

Caveat Emptor. That’s Latin for “buyer beware” and that’s exactly what you should do before buying a used A used Kangen Water machine can quickly become a very expensive Kangen machine Kangen Water machine. Brand new, the Kangen SD-501, Enagic’s most popular model, goes for $3,980. But if you search online, you’ll find used Kangen systems for sometimes less than half that price. This may seem like a really good deal, but Enagic, the maker of the Kangen Water machine, warns that you “should not buy Kangen Water machines” on sites like Craigslist, Amazon, or eBay.  Why buy a used Kangen machine, when you can get a NEW Life Ionizer... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Friday, December 09, 11:49 AM America/Los_Angeles

Enagic Kangen® is in serious trouble for medical claims made by it’s network of dealers. Enagic, the maker of the Kangen Water® machine, has long had a policy – which it never enforces –  of forbidding Enagic Representatives are not allowed to make medical claims for Kangen Water its dealers from making medical claims for Kangen Water®. When asked why it doesn’t enforce it’s no medical claims policy, Enagic® corporate representatives simply claim they can’t enforce it. That excuse is not going to cut it with the Malaysian Ministry of Health. They have taken action against the sale or promotion of Kangen Water®. Health... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Tuesday, July 26, 11:44 AM America/Los_Angeles

Enagic Kangen Representatives NOT allowed to make health claims Have your heard or read medical claims made by Enagic salespeople for Kangen Water? Many people have Enagic representatives are not supposed to make health claims for Kangen Water heard miraculous claims for Kangen Water. Enagic sales representatives claim it cures cancer, obesity, etc. You can find medical claims made by Kangen sales people all over the internet. You’ll hear them made by Kangen Water salespeople at their Kangen house parties that they use to try and get you to buy a Kangen Water machine. But here’s a real shocker: Kangen Water salespeople are not permitted to... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Thursday, June 30, 12:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

Kangen Water Myth Busted With Solid Platinum Plates & Why? Some sales representatives for Enagic corporation, the maker of the Kangen machine If the Kangen machine were fitted with solid platinum plates, it would cost over $10,000 claim that the Kangen machine has solid platinum plates. It’s not true, because it would cost over $10,000 to put solid platinum plates in a Kangen machine because platinum currently costs about $1,500 an ounce. Enagic’s website actually tells the truth: The plates in a Kangen machine are titanium, coated with platinum. Why don’t Kangen’s sales reps tell the truth too? Another Kangen Water myth... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Thursday, June 23, 11:49 AM America/Los_Angeles

Is there any difference between Kangen vs other Ionizers and why?   The Kangen Water® machine costs about twice as much as other ionizers. According to  Enagic Kangen isn’t water, it’s a trademark name the high price of the machine is justified by the amount of platinum on its plates They also ascribe seemingly magical properties  to Kangen Water®. But there is actually no such thing as “Kangen®” water. That’s merely a trademark name owned by Enagic®. That’s why we have to put the “®” symbol after it.  So is there really any difference between Kangen® vs. other ionizers? We did the math, here’s what we found: Is... Read More »

By Life Ionizers Admin on Tuesday, October 20, 11:49 AM America/Los_Angeles

Would you buy a $4000 appliance that can destroy itself? What if that appliance could destroy itself and the damage wasn’t covered by your warranty? This shocking surprise is exactly what awaits you if you buy a Kangen Water® machine. According to the  Enagic Kangen® website, damage caused by Enagic’s electrolysis enhancer is not covered by the warranty. If the chemical enhancer destroys your machine, it costs $800 to fix it.  Enagic will cover the damage under your warranty, but it will cost you an extra $400. For the extra $400, only one instance of electrolysis enhancer damage will be covered. If you want subsequent damage covered-... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Sunday, September 13, 11:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

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