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Bawell Water Ionizers Mardi Gras / Fat Tuesday Sale Offers Proof of Alkaline Water Benefits Via Published Medical Research

BOCA RATON, Fla., Feb. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Medical studies on the potential benefits of alkaline ionized drinking water have grown more numerous in recent years.  One study titled, 'Inhibitory effect of electrolyzed reduced water on tumor angiogenesis' is a remarkable discovery which cancer patients should be aware of.  The study reports these findings: "ERW (Electrolyzed reduced water) counteracted the effect of A549 cell-conditioned medium and decreased total tube length."  This PubMed listed medical study provides a scientific explanation of how electrolyzed reduced water, like the water that the Bawell water ionizers produce, can reduce tumor blood vessel growth.  In particular what it says is that the "A549 cell-derived conditioned medium stimulates the growth of blood vessels in tumors, however when electrolyzed reduced water was present, this stimulation was nullified and the growth rate of the blood vessels decreased" (Pubmed).  Although it may be hard for some to understand the technical writing, "Angiogenesis is the process in which new blood vessels form from existing blood vessels.  Thus the medical study has found that electrolyzed reduced water slowed the growth rate of new blood vessels in tumors and may even reverse it," a Bawell representative explains.

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In another study, "Electrolyzed water was used as an alternative treatment to fight free radical damage," the Bawell representative reports.  The confirmation of these antioxidant benefits can be found in the PubMed study titled: "Electrolyzed-reduced water protects against oxidative damage to DNA, RNA, and protein" (Pubmed).

"Electrolyzed reduced water, more commonly known as alkaline ionized water, that our water ionizer filters create has even been found to be a treatment for acid reflux disease," the Bawell representative explains.  The PubMed abstract titled "Potential benefits of pH 8.8 alkaline drinking water as an adjunct in the treatment of reflux disease" shows that alkaline water is beneficial for people suffering from acid reflux.  The PubMed study concluded that, "Unlike conventional drinking water, pH 8.8 alkaline water instantly denatures pepsin, rendering it permanently inactive.  In addition, it has good acid-buffering capacity.  Thus, the consumption of alkaline water may have therapeutic benefits for patients with reflux disease" (Pubmed). 

These medically researched benefits listed above are not only good for people with health issues, alkaline ionized water is beneficial for everyone because the human body is approximately 70% water.  "By launching our Mardi Gras / Fat Tuesday sale we can temporarily make our water ionizers cheaper so their alkaline water benefits are available to more people," a Bawell representative explained. 

The Bawell water ionizer manufacturing company has a strong commitment to raise public awareness on the health benefits of electrolyzed water which their alkaline water machines produce.  This water has been the subject of so many published scientific and medical studies they could all not be listed be here.  Visit BawellWaterIonizers.com to read more medical abstracts and discover how a water ionizer works.

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