LivingWater offers 8 different pH levels, ranging from 4.0 acidic water to 10.0 alkaline water plus a SUPER function to achieve extreme pH levels when needed.
Healthier Optimized Water
You already know water is essential for life. It is absorbed by the body to fuel cells, transport blood, remove wastes, and support almost every other vital function. Much of the water that is available today is either acidic, contains unwanted impurities, or both. This can affect health, aging, and general wellbeing. To support overall wellness, combat the causes of acidosis, and promote proper hydration, LivingWater offers great-tasting, filtered water that is pH-optimized with buffering alkalinity and antioxidant properties, all at a fraction of the per-gallon cost of bottled water. And as part of a total wellness program, LivingWater can also help you manage your weight.
Are you drinking the right water?
All drinking water is not the same. Even bottled water can contain unwanted impurities, have an acidic pH, or both. If you’re looking for water that can offer the benefits of acid-buffering alkalinity with the antioxidant properties of a negative oxidation reduction potential (ORP), LivingWater may be for you. The competitively priced LivingWater utilizes the advantages of Direct Disk Ionization Technology™ (DDI) to deliver great-tasting, ionized, alkaline water while using less energy than conventional plate units.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not a medical device intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The price of bottled water in a cost comparison performed by Vollara ranged from $1.59 to an astounding $8.68 per gallon. Tap water, the quality of which varies by geographical location, is generally available for an average cost of $0.65 per gallon for most Americans, without the need to spend extra on gas or paying for delivery by truck. By taking the complete cost of ownership of a LivingWater and comparing it to the price of bottled water from a major retail chain store, it was illustrated that a potential savings of between $3423.09 and $29,301.59 for two gallons of water per day over a 5 year span can be realized.