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Alkaline Ioniser Water Filters

Improve your health and wellbeing with an alkaline water ioniser for your home or office, which makes a great alternative to carbon charcoal water filters. Alkaline water has been proven to restore the body's pH balance, improve cellular hydration and act as a powerful antioxidant with the Ministries of Health in both Korea and Japan approving them as a medical device.

Restore Your Body's pH Balance

If you often feel tired and lethargic, suffer from frequent colds and illnesses or your hair, skin and nails are looking unhealthy, then your body may be too acidic. Drinking alkaline water can help restore your body's pH balance, improving your energy levels and boosting your immune system to deal with everything life throws at it.

Source of Antioxidants

Alkaline water filters can also provide an important source of antioxidants as ionised water contains lots of free electrons that can be harnessed to neutralise free radicals. Improve your body's chances of fighting off chronic diseases and heart problems, together with arthritis, diabetes and digestive problems.

Hydrate Your Body

Because tap water is released under pressure, its water molecules come in large clusters that can't be as easily absorbed into the body's cells. The ionisation process of a water filter helps to break the electrical bonding of the water molecules to create a smaller cluster that can lead to a more hydrated body. As a result, it can also help to dissolve and flush out any acidic solid waste and toxins that may have been accumulating in your body.

Filter Options

Alkaline distillation water filters come in a whole range of formats, from advanced water ionisation filters for use at home to portable ioniser flasks and even water purifier sticks that can be immersed in your water bottle. If you already have an alkaline water filter, you can also purchase replacement filters to keep yours working at its optimal level.

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