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More and more people are starting to drink bottled water instead of tap water. It is way better for the body to drink bottled water instead of tap water. The quality is better, and it taste way better and cleaner. Some bottled water is not the natural spring water like the bottle says it is. Some of it is just drawn from the tap and purified through a machine to bring it to the PH levels that it is supposed to be at.

Waiakea water is the best on the market. They stand behind their product. Waiakea shows their customers that the water that they are purchasing is coming from the quality source that they say it is coming from.

The Waiakea water PH is slightly on the alkaline side of the PH scale. Highly acidic foods and drinks are very damaging for the bodies health. The PH scale runs from 0-14. 0 is the acidic side and 14 is the alkaline side. The center of the scale, which is 7, is neutral. Things with a 5.5 PH or below will begin to demineralize a person’s teeth. Things like tomato juice, soda, and vinegar have an extremely low PH making them very bad for the body. There are a lot of bottled waters on the market that fall in those acidic levels making them not as good for the body. Waiakea’s water is 8.2 on the PH scale which provides great benefits to the body.

Waiakea water was founded by Ryan Emmons in 2012. He grew up in the beautiful state of Hawaii and he had a deep appreciation for a healthy, clean living. He loved the taste of the Hawaii volcanic water that was at the base of a volcano that was in his uncle’s backyard. Waiakea water was the first certified carbon neutral bottled water in the United States.

The volcanic water benefits of Waiakea’s water are documented to improve one’s health. Alkaline water helps to reduce acid reflux. It also neutralizes stomach acid. It naturally has bicarbonate in it which is the main ingredient in heartburn and antacid medication.

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