Do you know what ORP is?
ORP is short for Oxidation Reduction Potential.
Its easier to understand if you reverse the order of those words.
It’s a way to measure a liquid’s Potential to Reduce Oxidation.
Oxidation in the human body takes place at the cellular level and is a deteriorating process that takes the cell from healthy and vibrant to weakened and lifeless.
Think of patio furniture or an old Ford truck left out in the elements.
Anywhere that there is a nick in the protective paint, oxidation takes over and they begin to rust.
Same idea with our cells.
ORP is not a new discovery.
It’s been around for a long time and can be used as a way to check the status of public pools and municipal water supplies.
Here's a simple ORP list of a few alkaline water products on the market:
Essentia: +179 Alkaline 88: +113 Evamor: +174 pHenomenal: -3.5
Positive (+) numbers tell the tester that the water will destroy living organisms.
With a negative (-) ORP, pHenomenal is actually an antioxidant.
We get hit with oxidants all around us in our environment, be it air pollution or those late night drinks.
Not only does pHenomenal provide you with the oxygen you need, but it also serves as an antioxidant!
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