Property 1. Antioxidant
The ionized alkaline water produced by electrolysis process, has antioxidant properties, a higher pH, and is composed of smaller molecular compounds than those of regular water.
In order to maintain a proper acid and alkaline balance in the body, the damaging effect of free radicals has to be reduced. This is exactly what antioxidants do. The antioxidant properties of a substance are measured by ORP (oxidation reduction potential), which indicates the solution’s ability to accept or donate electrons. If the value of this measure is negative, then the substance is an antioxidant because it can donate a portion of its surplus electrons. If the value of the measure is positive, the substance qualifies as an oxidant (i.e., a free radical) because it accepts electrons. The ORP of the human body ranges from 50 to -200 mV. Meanwhile, the ORP of most drinking water and practically all carbonated beverages is positive (oxidative) and on average varies within the range from +150 to +250 mV.
Ionized alkaline water has a negative ORP (0-900 mV) As ionized alkaline water is consumed, the body acquires an additional supply of free electrons, which are then attached to free radicals. This neutralises the harmful effect of free radicals, protecting healthy cells, preventing their mutation, strengthening the immune system and slowing down the aging process.