Your Body's pH
The pH of blood and body fluids must be balanced in order for the body's vital processes to function normally. Normal blood pH has a very small window of acid/alkaline pH balance.
Blood pH must range between 7.35 and 7.45. This means that there is an adequate amount of oxygen in the blood. Any slight decrease in pH will result in lower oxygen levels in the blood and, therefore, in the cells. Any drop in pH, no matter how slight, is the beginning of a disease state and affects when we age and how we age.
What is the chemistry of water that determines acidity or alkalinity? Acidic water contains more H+ ions than OH- ions. Electrons that compose water molecules are negatively polarized, which give them the ability to create the dynamic environment of the molecule. When electrons are lost, the molecule loses its ability to keep its pH balance.
Water with more OH- ions is alkaline. When the ions in water are balanced, it is neutral water. There is overwhelming evidence on why ion balance is critical to physical and emotional wellbeing of the body. If acidic minerals such as chlorine are added to drinking water, the amount of H+ ions increases because the hydrogen atoms give electrons away to the acidic minerals. Magnetic Water is effective in balancing and keeping electron stability in ions because of its abundance of electrons.