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Rethink What You Drink -- Alkaline Water May Be What You Need

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Posted: Thursday, October 31, 2013 6:21 am | Updated: 1:31 am, Fri Nov 1, 2013.

(NewsUSA) - Your diet, for better or worse, doesn't just affect your waistline or the scale, but also plays a complex part in how you feel.

While much has been written on boosting the body's immune system by eating foods dense in nutrients like antioxidants, zinc and omega 3s, many don't consider what they drink.

Highlighting this point is a study conducted by Dr. Alyson Goodman for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that suggests 7 percent of all Americans drink zero cups of water per day.


According to Dr. Theodore A. Baroody, in order for a body to function well, it must continuously work to maintain a proper pH or chemical balance.

"An unbalanced pH can force your body to borrow important minerals from your vital organs and bones in order to remove excess acid," says Baroody. "This can cause severe and lasting damage, including cancer, premature aging, weak bones and fatigue."

The answer to prevention may be as simple as including alkaline water in your daily regimen. These symptoms can easily be avoided by adding iodized water to maintain your body's pH. Water such as Alkame Water not only helps regulate pH balances but can help the immune system, improve cardio-respiratory function and enhance energy levels.

Unlike tap and bottled water, Alkame is produced in such a way that allows cells in the body to absorb water much faster and, in turn, hydrate the body more efficiently. Plus, it fights oxidative stress and free radicals.

"If someone were to ask me, 'What is the one thing I can do to have better health?' then the answer would be simple: Start drinking alkaline, iodized water," says Dr. Robert O. Young, PhD, and author of the "The pH Miracle."

Alkame Water, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Pinacle Enterprise, Inc. (OTCBB: PINS) (OTCQB: PINS). For more information about Alkame Water and its benefits, visit www.alkamewater.com.

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