New Jersey Kangen Water Website Now Live — Garden State Residents Invited to Learn How to Enjoy Cleaner, Better Water Today
BRIDGETON, N.J., July 11, 2017 – With the official launch of New Jersey Kangen Water (http://www.newjerseykangenwater.com/), people in southern New Jersey can discover a superior solution for all their water needs — from drinking to cleaning to watering plants. A unique filtration process transforms ordinary tap water into a cleaner and better-tasting water called “Kangen Water.” Residents who want better water today are encouraged to contact their local distributor, Maurice Bradley, and learn more about these remarkable home filtration devices.
“Not all water is created equal,” says Bradley. “Too much acidity can lead to sickness, low energy, stress and negative emotions. On the other hand, the right amount of alkalinity promotes health and wellness. Kangen Water filtration machines are capable of producing five distinct kinds of water, each with specific uses.”
Japanese company Enagic has manufactured Kangen Water filters for over four decades; today’s line of home filters are marvels of engineering in surprisingly small form factors. Each one can deliver the following types of water from the same source:
- Strong Kangen Water, 11.5 pH: emulsifies oil, dishwashing
- Kangen Water, 8.5–9.5 pH: healthy drinking and cooking
- Clean Water 7 pH: babies or medications
- Beauty Water 5.5 pH: skin, hair, plants, cleaning
- Strong Acidic Water 2.5 pH: disinfects, kills viruses and bacteria
Kangen Water filtration machines use electrolysis to separate hydrogen from oxygen, creating a new molecule. At the same time, chlorine and other impurities are removed. The resulting water is rich in antioxidants; studies show Kangen Water consumption leads to less acidic urine and lower levels of bad (LDL) cholesterol.
Most everyone knows proper hydration is essential to optimal health. Water helps to transport nutrients and assists the kidneys in flushing toxins from the body. In addition, getting enough water throughout the day provides energy, aids digestion, prevents headaches and can even make losing weight a bit easier.
Increasingly, Americans rely on bottled drinking water, but this offers only an illusion of safety and quality. Many bottles can contain BPA and phthalates, both of which are hazardous to human health. Blind taste tests reveal that bottled water doesn’t necessarily taste better than tap water. In fact, many brands of bottled water start with tap water and run it through a filter. Finally, the environmental impact of the bottled water craze can’t be overstated. Every second, 1,500 plastic water bottles are consumed in the U.S. alone.
The quality of tap water, on the other hand, depends largely on location. One only needs to visit Flint, Michigan to understand that even in the world’s richest nation, contaminated and unsafe tap water is still a possibility.
Kangen Water® has become an international phenomenon, with distributors in dozens of countries and on every continent. Now, southern New Jersey is part of this network, thanks to http://www.newjerseykangenwater.com/.