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St. Patrick's Day Sales on Alkaline Water Ionizer Machines Raise Awareness That Electrolyzed Reduced Water Treats Diabetes and Intestinal Issues

BOCA RATON, Fla., March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- "One of our main goals with the St. Patrick's Day Water Ionizer Sale is to raise public awareness about the scientific and medical findings that electrolyzed reduced water has on disease," the Bawell representative explains and continues, "like diabetes, gout, and intestinal problems.  Electrolyzed reduced water is produced by our alkaline water machines, and has been shown to protect against free radicals which are a contributing factor to many diseases that people suffer from."

Alkaline water ionizer machines connect directly to the kitchen faucet to provide antioxidant rich ionized drinking water. A leading manufacturer of water ionizers, Bawell provides four different models to fit anyone's specific needs and budget. With published medical research on the ionized drinking water its filtration systems create people purchasing bottled alkaline water can now make this water at home.

There are many PubMed studies that show electrolyzed reduced water provides relief from many different diseases.  The PubMed abstract titled "Anti-diabetic effects of electrolyzed reduced water in streptozotocin-induced and genetic diabetic mice," shows that the electrolyzed reduced water may be an effective treatment for people suffering from diabetes.  The PubMed study concludes by reporting, "The present data suggest that ERW (electrolyzed reduced water) may function as an orally effective anti-diabetic agent and merit further studies on its precise mechanism" (PMID:16945392).

"Another PubMed scientific and medical study reports that using ERW (electrolyzed reduced water), like the water our water ionizers produce, as protection against free radicals which are responsible for pre-mature aging, cancer, and many other health issues people face today can be beneficial," the Bawell representative explains.  The scientific and medical PubMed study titled, "Electrolyzed-reduced water scavenges active oxygen species and protects DNA from oxidative damage" (PMID:9169001) shows evidence that ERW (electrolyzed reduced water) actively fights free radicals because of its' dissolved atomic hydrogen (active hydrogen) properties.

There is another PubMed study that shows ERW (electrolyzed reduced water) provides positive health benefits for people suffering from intestinal problems.  The abstract explains, "96-99% of the 'friendly' or residential micro flora found in the intestinal tract of humans consists of strict anaerobes and only 1-4% of aerobes. Many diseases of the intestine are due to a disturbance in the balance of the microorganisms inhabiting the gut. The treatment of such diseases involves the restoration of the quantity and/or balance of residential micro flora in the intestinal tract. It is known that aerobes and anaerobes grow at different oxidation-reduction potentials (ORP)."

The PubMed abstract reports these conclusions the Bawell representative explains, "In this work, it is suggested that prerequisite for the recovery and maintenance of obligatory anaerobic micro flora in the intestinal tract is a negative ORP value of the intestinal milieu. Electrolyzed reduced water with E(h) values between 0 and -300 mV produced in electrolysis devices possesses this property. Drinking such water favors the growth of residential micro flora in the gut. A sufficient array of data confirms this effect" (PMID: 15617863).

"In the 'Advanced research on the health benefit of reduced water' report by Sanetaka Shirahata, Takeki Hamasaki, and Kiichiro Teruya of the Department of Bioscience and Biotechnology at the Kyushu University the health benefits of ERW (water produced from alkaline water machines like our ionizers) is covered in depth," the Bawell representative explains.  Then continues by stating, "These are some of the topics that are covered in this enlightening medical and scientific report, 'Anti-diabetic effect of reduced water, Anti-cancer effects, Anti-arteriosclerosis effects, and Anti-neurodegenerative effects' which is additional confirmation of the previous PubMed cited studies."  This scientific and medical report is just one of many reports that provide the information needed for people who are suffering from these types of health issues, so they can make an educated choice on whether a home water ionizer is something that would provide them with relief.  Not only does the research suggest these health benefits, many customers have reported the exact same benefits listed in the medical studies.  This leads Bawell to believe that the health benefits of alkaline ionized water are research and confirmed, and people should try it to see for themselves.

All the Bawell water ionizer models have a 60 Day 100% Money Back Guarantee, plus either a Forever Lifetime Warranty or a standard Lifetime Warranty.  Buying and trying out a water ionizer has never been cheaper or easier, visit Bawell for more information on this year's St. Patrick's Day Water Ionizer Sale.

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