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Alkaline Water is Cheap Health Insurance

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Alkaline water is popular in countries with low health care costs

Alkaline Water is Cheap Health Insurance

Common sense suggests that it’s cheap to maintain good health. But that’s not what passes for health care in the US. Instead, our system of medicine waits for you to get sick.

The escalating cost of medical care in the U.S has been misleadingly referred to as a “health care crisis.” But the fact is, medical care and health care are really two different things!  Medical care in the U.S. is expensive. We spend an $7,439 per person on health care. That’s the most expensive medical care in the world. But we rank only 36th in the world for overall health in a World Health Organization study – dead last among developed countries. The fact that we spend so much on medical “care” but have such terrible health points to a fatal flaw in our understanding of “health” care.

Health Care is Prevention

Medical care begins when you are sick. Health care is a means of preventing you from becoming sick! In terms of dollars and sense, health care is cheap, medical care is expensive. The answer to America’s “health crisis” isn’t more medical care. The answer is to take care of our health in the first place and avoid expensive medical care!

In countries such as Japan that focus on wellness and non-medical prevention (diet, nutrition, lifestyle, etc.), health care costs are about half of those in the U.S. Japan is considered to be the healthiest country in the world. The same approach to health care is followed in Korea, with a result similar to the Japanese – low health care costs, and healthy people.

Surprisingly, there are some in the American medical industry actually claim prevention increases health care costs!  It’s important to realize that the mainstream American medical establishment considers only western medical-based intervention as valid. Alternative, holistic or natural health care preventive techniques which are used successfully in Japan and Korea are rejected! The fact is, if you want to prevent illness, Western Medicine has little to offer.

The Japanese and Koreans are Healthy

Another key point. Health care in Japan and Korea is interpreted to mean: “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” The healthy results they get prove they are right. One way to live a healthier lifestyle is live like the Japanese and Koreans. Eat healthier, organic, alkaline foods, drink alkaline water and exercise regularly. Eliminate things like smoking that endanger your health.

Alkaline water ionizers are widely used in Japan and Korea to maintain their high levels of good health. In both countries, a water ionizer is considered to be a health care device. They are used in hospitals to help people recover naturally from a wide range of diseases. Despite the health care success of alkaline water in Japan and Korea, the U.S has put laws into place that forbid alkaline water’s use for health care!

Common sense thus dictates that if you want to maintain good health you must have the courage to look beyond Western Medicine. Your best bet is to choose prevention as your personal health care policy.

Why Alkaline Water is important to Good Health

Studies have shown that waterborne alkaline minerals are 30% better absorbed than food based minerals. Those minerals are essential to good health. Alkaline water helps naturally balance the body’s pH. Ionized alkaline water contains negatively charged ions which promote antioxidant activity in the water. The negative ions in the water are able to donate electrons to harmful free radicals in the body. That has the effect of helping slow aging. Alkaline water is more hydrating as well. It is more easily absorbed at the cellular level. The increased absorption also facilitates the detoxification process helping the body rid itself of all water soluble toxins.

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