Life Ionizers Blog: Alkaline Information at Your Fingertips

Water Ionizer Comparison

VIDEO: See how Life Ionizers compares to other top brands of water ionizer in this water ionizer comparison video. Life beats Enagic, Tyent, Jupiter, and other top brands hands down because Life Ionizers have more power, bigger plates, and better filters.
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pH & ORP Test Video

pH and ORP test performed on teas, popular soft drinks and bottled water. Video Transcript: Hello! I’m here for Life Ionizers and today we’re going to talk about the power and the gift of alkalinity. What we’re going to talk about is basically energy. There’s an important balance in our
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Acidic Water is Best for Home Needs

Acidic water can reduce your need of toxic cleaners in the home, and it;s a miracle rinse for your hair and skin. Your hair and skin have an acidic pH, an acidic water rinse helps balance that pH and is even helpful for clearing up acne! It’s also perfect for watering plants.
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Hydroxyl Ion versus Hydroxyl Radical

The difference between the Hydroxyl Ion vs. Hydroxyl Radical: One electron There is a big difference between hydroxyl ions and hydroxyl radicals. The hydroxyl ion acts as an antioxidant in the body. It reduces harmful radicals that destroy tissues and DNA, protecting you from premature aging and the development of degenerative
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ORAC- Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity

ORAC- Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity Written By: Peter Kopko A new method of measuring the antioxidant capacities of different foods was developed by scientists at the NIH . This method measures the oxidative degradation of a molecule that has been made to fluoresce after it has been mixed with free
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BPA Exposed!

BPA Linked to Cardiovascular Disease Researchers have confirmed that the bisphenol A (BPA) is highly acidic — widely used in plastics including baby bottles and other drink containers — increases the risk of cardiovascular disease. BPA is found in dozens of household products — from drink containers and food packaging
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