Skip to comments.Does Your Water Need More Ions? The latest health fad is even more ridiculous than most health fads.
Posted on 03/23/2013 8:49:17 PM PDT by neverdem
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Hardly a mere dweeb re: the Gatorade: more on Dr. J. Robert Cade, UF nephrologist et al.
Leave it to people to come up with a solution to a problem they don’t have.
PT Barnum would be proud, and laughing his way to the bank of the inanity of things like bottled water and “Organic” food.
Does this mean the ‘gluten fluten’ thing in o-vah?
Remember the machines that used to be sold that would charge the air in your home with negative ions?
Oh, you mean, like salt?
Btw, Slate, "ionized water" is not new.
Negative ions.... izzat like what guys do around the house?
Reminds me of this old stuff. Very interesting to read about:
I have a client that I used to meet with once a month during the dinner hour. Had to quit because we couldn’t agree on a restaurant which had exactly the kind of food she thought she needed to survive. She will not eat anything that is not only organically grown but gluten, carbohydrate, fat, salt, sodium, sugar, and who knows what else free. Drank bottled water without ice cubes or lemon because she wasn’t sure how/where the lemon had been grown, whether it had been properly washed and, of course, the ice cubes were probably made with water which wasn’t filtered.
People like her just wear me out.
Thanks for the link.
Thanks for the link.
Reminds me of a friend who was buying the wonders of “Oxygenated Water” for the health effects of getting more oxygen into your body.
$12 bucks for 3 ounces. Sohhhhh Stoopit!
I told her she could buy club soda for $.50 cents and there’s plenty of O2 in that.
Oh noes, Ionic Change!
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