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How to Make Your Own Alkaline Water

We all know that water is very important for us. It is, in every sense of the word, vital to our existence. It makes up 80% of our bodies and brains.

If you want to keep your body hydrated, you should drink two cups of water first thing in the morning. Unfortunately, the most accessible water to us is either bottled or tap water, which are prone to be full of antibiotics, metals, chlorine and hormones.

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You shouldn’t drink impure water, because it can lead to serious complications, from hindering your immune system to upsetting your body’s acid and alkaline balance. If your body becomes too acidic, you are more likely to experience persistent fatigue, low levels of energy, sabotage weight management and digestive complications.

One of the good news is that with drinking alkaline water, these side effects can be bypassed.

Here is a recipe for homemade alkaline water:

Ingredients:

– A full pitcher of filtered water

– 1 organic lemon

– 1 tablespoon of pink Himalayan salt

Preparation:

First, fill the pitcher with filtered water. Second, cut the organic lemon into quarters and add them to the pitcher. Third, add the pink Himalayan salt. Finally, let the water sit overnight at room temperature.

Now you are ready to start your morning!

3 thoughts on “How to Make Your Own Alkaline Water

  • May 21, 2015 at 2:54 am
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    Need advice on what supplements to
    Start on for a sickle cell anemia.

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    • May 22, 2015 at 2:12 pm
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      Sorry, I can’t help you with your choice, I think first you should consult with a doctor who knows your condition and than get a recommendation about some natural supplements. I can only suggest nettle seeds with some crushed nuts and lemon juice, all together in a jar with honey. One tsp a day, in the morning, before meal. I know many people that are using this, I was using it in my pregnancy and never had to use some iron supplements. According to my associates, it should help fight anemia too. Also beet root, in a juice, fresh, or grinded in a salad with fresh spinach.

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  • August 11, 2015 at 1:19 pm
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    Hmm. Tap and bottled water are full of antibiotics and hormones?
    And, what kind of filtered water?
    And, leaving it overnight won’t render it replete with microbes?

    Alkaline water has some benefits, but this is not the “safe” way.

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