As many of you know, after Lucille was diagnosed with breast cancer, she incorporated a number of holistic therapies to improve her body’s immunity system and thus her overall health. A.J. Krause immediately stepped up to help (a million thanks, A.J.!) and provided her with Kangan water.
Cancer thrives in a low-pH (acid) environment and does not like a high-pH (alkaline) environment. Kangan water changes tap water, which usually has a pH of about 7, to a pH of 9.5. But it does much more than that!
Lucille says she feels so much better since incorporating Kangen water in her diet, and Bill also enjoys the benefits it provides! Now you can too! Many diseases have been linked to a lack of oxygen and a build up of toxic acid waste in our bodies.
In today’s world, most people’s bodies tend to be more acidic and oxygen-deprived due to environmental toxins, poor diets, nutritional deficiencies, stress and sleep deprivation, which leads to all kinds of health challenges including cancers. Kangen water promotes health by balancing our internal environment with the following properties:
1) High anti-oxidation: The presence of a great amount of active hydrogen ions in Kangen water contributes to its high anti-oxidation, anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties.
2) Micro clustering: The size of ionized Kangen water molecules are up to 5 times smaller than non-ionized water, allowing for better penetration, absorption and hydration.
3) Alkalinization: Helps to neutralize acidic waste and alkalinize body fluids for optimal health.
We will make Kangen water available at the studio for you in three ways so you can enjoy all of these benefits:
- Fill up your bottle before and after class for $1
- Fill up a gallon bottle for $2
- Get unlimited water for $20/month (less than $1 per day!
Got questions? A.J. Krause will discuss the benefits of Kangen water with a short demonstration during the following dates and times:
- Before and after evening classes on Monday, March 14
- Before and after morning classes on Tuesday, March 15
- Before and after morning classes on Saturday, March 19