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TIP: Alkaline water, the differences with tap water

Basic water is also known as alkaline water or reduced water and a lot of research has been done over the past twenty years into its effects on health. Children and drinking water.

Water is water is often said and also that tap water would be the best, but it is important to know which criteria are being watched. The properties of basic water can be divided into chemists and physicists and the degree of pollution is also important.

Pollution of drinking water. Basic water does not contain any medication.

In the case of ionized alkaline water from a water dispenser Parkes, medicines are filtered out. Filtered water or bottled water.

When we look at the degree of pollution, we have to distinguish between pollution that directly poses a health risk and that may endanger danger after a long period of time. Looking at the quality of the tap water in the Netherlands, it is clear that there is no danger of acute health complaints when drinking water, but whether it also applies when it is drunk for years is the question.

The Australian standards are used for the permitted quantity of chemicals, medicines and other undesirable substances in our drinking water, but the safety in the longer term can not be determined. Some heavy metals, chemicals and medicine residues are stored in our body and can cause complaints slowly so that they can not be related to the complaints.

Basic ionized water is filtered and clean.
Chemical aspects of basic water.

According to more and more biologically working doctors and practitioners, a proper acid-base balance in the body is a condition for good health and many complaints arise due to a surplus of acidic waste products. Basic water contains more basic than acidic minerals and therefore has a positive effect on the acid-base balance.

Tap water is basic and it follows that the established positive effects of basic ionized drinking water can not be reduced to the basic character. Undoubtedly plays an important role that alkaline ionized water has a higher pH, so more basic than tap water, but probably the basic character is not the most important aspect.

Physics of basic water.
Is water healthy? Basic water is natural water.

Water from natural sources is also alkaline water and contains a surplus of free electrons.

It is becoming increasingly clear that physical aspects play a much more important role for biological processes than was previously assumed. Physical properties are for example the electromagnetic charge of molecules, the number of available energy-containing electrons, the direction of rotation of molecules and atoms called 'spin' and the clustering of water molecules.

In this article I will briefly discuss the importance of the number of electrons and the electromagnetic charge.

Electrons have a negative charge and an antioxidant effect, they can neutralize free radicals. The more electrons contain water, the more energy-rich, the more antioxidant and the more negative the redox potential is, and that is a positive characteristic.

The more negatively charged electrons, the lower the value becomes and the better it is for our body. Basically ionized water has a negative redox potential of between - 300 and - 800mV and therefore supplies electrons and energy to the body.

Tap water, on the other hand, has a positive redox potential of + 200 to + 400mV, it means that tap water draws electrons and therefore energy from the body when it is drunk. Cold or hot drinks in warm weather? Our intestinal mucosa has a positive electromagnetic charge and thus attracts negatively charged alkaline water molecules that are more easily absorbed.

Basic ions such as calcium, potassium, magnesium and sodium are surrounded by free electrons in alkaline ionized water and attracted by the positively charged intestinal wall which she passes to the blood and lymph vessels.

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Is drinking while eating unhealthy? Water Dispenser Parkes.

Sufficient drinking is very important, that is generally known. Moisture is essential for your body to function properly. For example, sufficient drinking supports a healthy intestinal function. Sometimes you forget to drink throughout the day and you think about it during your meals. Does it make sense to drink water after eating fruit.

But is that healthy?

There is quite a big debate going on about whether drinking while eating is harmful to the digestive system or, conversely, beneficial. Eating and drinking at the same time is also popularly called "bricklaying". In this article we will discuss the possible advantages and disadvantages of drinking while eating. Benefits of drinking a glass of water on an empty stomach.

How does digestion work?

The moment you start chewing on your food, the salivary glands in your mouth start to make saliva. This saliva contains enzymes that help break down the food. Saliva makes the food softer so that it can slide more easily through your esophagus to your stomach. In the stomach, stomach acid juices are then made to break down the food even further. It is kneaded with the help of stomach acid juices, saliva and hydrochloric acid. Furthermore, the stomach produces chymus (stomach mash); a thick, acidic liquid. The food now leaves the stomach through the stomach porter and ends up in the duodenum; the beginning of the small intestine.

Here the stomach mash is slowly broken down again and the pH value neutralized.

Digestive enzymes are added again in the small intestine by the pancreas and added to the food by the liver and gallbladder. Now the nutrients are absorbed into the bloodstream one by one and transported from there through your entire body. The remaining material finally leaves your body via your colon, your rectum and your anus, in the form of faeces. Depending on what you eat, the digestive process can take 24 to 72 hours.

Do you drink unhealthy food?

Alcoholic drinks or acidic drinks such as juice and most other soft drinks would dry out the saliva that is needed in the digestive process. However, there is no hard scientific evidence for this. Drinking alcohol while eating can cause heartburn. Alcohol lowers the pressure in the esophagus muscle. This is the barrier between your stomach and your esophagus. Some nutritionists believe that drinking while eating thins your stomach juices and digestive juices, making it harder for your body to digest food. Food digestion would be disrupted and a too fast gastrointestinal passage would take place. Your food would become one big pulp in your stomach and be difficult to digest. However, the digestive system appears to be well able to adapt to the stomach contents.

Some nutritionists also argue that drinking fluid during meals increases the rate at which solid food leaves the stomach. As a result, the food would come into contact with the digestive juices and acids in the stomach for too short a time, causing digestion to go too fast. Nutrients would not be properly absorbed by your body and toxins would be stored in your body. Although this sounds plausible, again no scientific evidence has been found for this Liquids themselves are naturally digested earlier than solid food, but the liquids do not accelerate digestion.

Another argument for not wanting to drink (too much) while eating: when you drink, you seem to chew less well. And as your parents taught you, chewing is very important. During chewing, the saliva is released, which helps digest your food. Moreover, a hormone is released that gives a feeling of satiety.

Drinking healthy while eating?

There are also nutritionists who believe that drinking from your water dispenser Parkes while eating actually offers benefits. Liquids would help break down large pieces of food making it easier to slide through the esophagus toward the stomach. Drinking while eating would also help to swallow better and help prevent bloating and blockage. According to some nutritionists, drinking would actually support the function of enzymes I your stomach.

Drink water from your water dispenser Parkes while eating to lose weight If you 'pause' in between meals to drink a sip of water, you can use this time to check whether you are already full. This can prevent you from eating your food in one go without thinking about it. Drinking before a meal also ensures that you ultimately eat less. However, it is important to get enough out of your meals to prevent you from getting bothered by cravings in between meals and snacking.

Drinking water anyway is very good for speeding up your metabolism (metabolism).

Elderly people drinking from their benchtop or floor standing water dispenser Parkes

The feeling of thirst decreases with age, so many older people do not even notice that they are drinking too little. Older people also often have wrong ideas about their fluid requirements, fear going to the toilet at night or simply forget to have a drink. In addition, more fluid is often excreted as a result of the kidneys' reduced ability to concentrate. This is why the elderly are particularly prone to dehydration, also known as dehydration. According to the recommendations of the Nutrition Society, older adults should consume a total of around 2.25 liters of fluid per day.

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