Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water


Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water
Drink Healthy + Drink Sustainably +Drink Ethically

NATURAL HEALTH

Waiākea® is naturally filtered through thousands of feet of porous volcanic rock that give it a variety of natural health benefits:

1. Naturally Enhanced with Minerals and Electrolyte Rich
· Magnesium
Regulates transmission of nerve impulses, body temperature, detoxification, and energy production.

· Calcium
Strengthens bone structure, teeth, and cell membranes, ensures nerve and muscle impulses are properly transmitted, and helps prevent blood clotting.

· Potassium
Aids in the proper flow of flow of fluids and nutrients in cells, helps the brain, nerves and muscles function correctly, and plays an essential role in the  breakdown of amino acids and carbohydrates.

· Sodium
Is an essential factor in hydration as it holds water in the cells. It also helps send nerve impulses, and is needed for all muscle contractions.

· Silica
Waiākea provides the recommended daily value (RDV) of Silica (30mg) at 32.4 mg/ provides the recommended daily value (RDV) at just over 30 mg of one of nature’s building blocks, providing the answer to healthier, younger looking, more radiant skin, hair, nails while promoting good bone health. In fact, studies show that drinking 10 mg/day of silica in water can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s by 11%.1
2. Naturally Alkaline 7.8 pH

Waiākea is one of the most alkaline natural waters in the world – no artificial processes, no decreased pH over time.

According to the The Journal of the International Society of Sports Medicine, individuals who drink alkaline water have an improved acid-base balance and hydration status compared to regular tap water, as well as increased bone density to help reverse Osteoporosis.2

On top of this, Medical News Today found that bottled alkaline water, higher in pH, can help reduce discomfort in those who suffer from acid reflux by neutralizing stomach acid, as well as prevent free-radical damage and premature aging.3

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