UnknownBy Dr. Keith David Kantor

We all know most children eat and drink too much sugar and sugar substitutes. Both of these stimulate the opiate receptors which control all our urges (except sex). These urges in children causes them to eat more sugar or sugar substitutes and causes the insulin mechanism to work improperly in many cases. This can lead to inflammation which can lead to Diabetes type 2, obesity and many other chronic diseases. A hydroxide rich water can help drastically reduce these problems.


Alkalinity is a quantitative measurement of the ability of a water to neutralize acid (hydrogen) as measured by pH. Neutralization can be accomplished by one of two methods. The first method occurs when an alkaline substance with a negative charge is added to counteract the positive charge of an acid. This is called buffering and is accomplished by the addition of minerals, trace minerals or electrolytes, all of which are alkaline. Although this helps restores the pH balance, it does not eliminate the acid. This is the main focus of most alkaline waters and how they accomplish their main goal of helping to restore pH balance.


The second method of neutralization occurs when hydroxide is introduced. Hydroxide (OH) is a natural acid (hydrogen – H+) hunter that does not merely buffer the body against excess hydrogen but eliminates it by combining with it to form harmless water. That water can then be used for hydration or eliminated through urination. Here is the formula of the elimination reaction: OH + H+ = H2O. This is a far more effective way to deal with excess acidity than mere buffering and it also increases the hydration potential of the water because it creates water. The power of hydroxide is founded in the fundamentals of all acid-base theories and is undeniable. Any alkaline water that has negative ions or undergoes some form of ionization contains hydroxide. The problem is that most alkaline waters use this as a secondary and subsidiary means of restoring pH balance and focus too much on buffering. By eliminating acidity which eliminates acidosis and most studies show this helps drastically reduce inflammation. Inflammation causes the insulin mechanism to work poorly which negatively affects diabetes and the CDC says up to 85% of all chronic diseases like arthritis, Crones diseases, IBS and many others. Although alkaline water helps these to a small extent by buffering the acidity, hydroxide water helps to a much larger extent because is eliminates the acidity instead of just buffering it.



Both of the below articles were Peer Reviewed by two open access scientific international journals.






Too much acidity (H+) in the body can stem from diet (too much sugar or sugar substitutes), disease, exercise, and other life style factors. It is generally recognized that excess acidity in the body creates acidosis which most studies show causes inflammation. The CDC says that inflammation adversely affects or is causative in up to 85% of all chronic diseases. Acidity also causes a lack of oxygen and a lower pH condition in which pathogens flourish. If all you do is buffer, then you do not reduce the hydrogen levels even though you have helped restored the pH balance. The body’s natural buffering system is very adept at keeping pH in the 7.35-7.45 range but it needs help eliminating the excess acid (H+) because of our western lifestyle(too much sugar or sugar substitutes). The only way to truly reduce inflammation is to eliminate the excess hydrogen, which is where hydroxide comes in to play.


What does all of this mean? Simply put: a water that concentrates on providing as many free hydroxide ions as possible will do more to reduce inflammation than typical alkaline waters. Finding a hydroxide rich water is more important than finding a water that claims high alkalinity, especially if that alkalinity relies on minerals or electrolytes. Emphasis on hydroxide content rather than mineral content makes the water a more transformative water with greater restorative potential. Hydroxide rich water also increases the oxygen content of the blood; in many cases this tends to give people more energy.


Sуmрtоmѕ аѕѕосіаtеd wіth еxсеѕѕ асіdіtу include:


  • Aсіd Indіgеѕtіоn / Hеаrtburn
  • Lоw Enеrgу Lеvеlѕ
  • Frеquеnt Cоldѕ аnd Infесtіоn
  • Lеg Crаmрѕ
  • Nаuѕеа
  • Irrіtаbіlіtу
  • Dеhуdrаtіоn
  • Inflammation/ Diabetes/ Obesity



Fortunately, it іѕ possible to bring уоur bоdу’ѕ рH lеvеlѕ bасk wіthіn nоrmаl rаngе. Eating an alkaline diet and drinking a HYDROXIDE rich water are part of the success plan.

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Source: https://www.britannica.com/science/Bronsted-Lowry-theory

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  • Hydroxide

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydroxide

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