Did You Know You Can Use Your Life Ionizer To Detoxify Your Veggies & Fruits?

   Professor Tracey Woodruff is the Director of the University of California at San Francisco’s program on the environment and reproductive health.  The Professor emphasizes that more than 30,000 pounds per person of chemicals are utilized in the U.S.A every year.  Most have never been tested for the effects they have on human and animal health.

One of the most heinous ways is that the more than 70,000 types of toxins and contaminants enter your body is from the food you eat, the air you breath and the water you drink! These many toxins take the form of acidic chemical herbicides and pesticides that adhere to the outside of non-organic fruits and vegetables that you purchase from your local grocery stores. That means that all the veggies and fruits that you consume that do not say “Organic” are covered with these poisonous residues films. Washing them off with a tap will take off between 4% to 24% of these poisonous chemical films on your produce. 


But the high-strength alkaline water produced by your Life Ionizer not only washes these toxic chemical films off but also neutralizes these herbicides and pesticides.   Your high-strength alkaline water can take off up to 57% of these chemical residues and neutralize even more.

And this includes the very toxic Monsanto Roundup linked to cancers and much more – start using your high-strength Life Ionizer alkaline water now and enjoy the health benefits for a lifetime!

Here’s how use your Life Ionizer for a healthier Life:
Adjust your Life Ionizer alkaline water settings to the highest alkaline level.  Then soak your fruits and veggies in the alkaline water for at least 21 minutes or more. You see that it’s working when the water you see changes color to a brown and you know you and your Family’s food is now healthier.  Next rinse your veggies and fruits with freshly generated Life Ionizer alkaline water, knowing you have neutralized those toxic residues and washed them away!

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