Healthy and Regular with Kangen Water®

America’s Common Battle
Too many Americans struggle with irregularity, poor digestion, and bloating. These common problems attack people of all ages, and can be terribly uncomfortable and unhealthy.

What if there were one product that could help avoid these unfavorable symptoms? Instead of taking expensive supplements, why not return your body to its origin with Kangen Water® – clean, refreshing alkaline water that can be made in your own home with the push of a button on your Enagic® machine!

Healthy Digestion with Kangen Water®

8 glasses of Kangen Water®

Fortunately, when you have Kangen Water®, you have an excellent support for healthy digestion and waste elimination!1 Alkaline water has been found to promote a healthy stomach and the natural processes of the intestines. So when you drink the recommended 6 to 8 glasses of water a day, you’re not only taking control of your hydration needs, you’re also proactively supporting healthy digestion!

Kangen Water® can also help reduce some forms of bloating. Many people feel bloated when they drink 8 glasses of ordinary water a day. But thanks to Kangen Water’s micro clustering and quick absorption, there is a higher “drinkability” of this delicious alkaline water. 64 ounces later, you won’t have the annoying bloated feeling that is so common with other types of beverages.

So fill up your reusable water bottle or canteen before leaving the house, and drink Kangen Water® all day long for healthy digestion and regularity!

Source:
1Enagic® ebook

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Flood Our World: How You Can Make a Difference

Americans are blessed every day with the accessibility of drinkable water. Kangen Water® customers and distributors are especially fortunate to have the choice and opportunity to purchase Enagic® water filtration machines, which provide healthy, clean, alkaline water that is good for overall wellness.

Contaminated drinking water

Contaminated water

Enagic® is a compassionate company, with a heart for those who do not have this luxury. There are almost one billion people in this world who do not have access to clean, safe drinking water and sanitation. Contaminated drinking water and lack of sanitation accounts for 80% of all diseases, and takes more lives than all forms of violence1. As a company who has built our heritage on providing healthy water for our international community, this is deeply troubling.

Thankfully, we do not have to sit back and watch the world suffer. Each of us can do something, and together our efforts can be a powerful humanitarian force.

We encourage you to stop and think about how you can have an impact on this devastation. You’re already doing your part to share healthy water with your own community. But maybe we could each reach out and touch the lives of people in developing countries, who don’t have access to Kangen Water® – or any clean water for that matter!

Water For Life!


If you’re interested in learning more about lack of safe drinking water in developing countries, or how you can donate, here are a few of our favorite water charities:

1. Water.org – Co-founded by Matt Damon and Gary White, Water.org is a nonprofit organization that has transformed hundreds of communities in Africa, South Asia, and Central America by providing access to safe water and sanitation. Water.org works with local partners to deliver innovative solutions for long-term success.
water.org

2. charity:water – a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. They use 100% of public donations to directly fund sustainable water solutions in areas of greatest need. Just $20 can give one person clean water for 20 years.
www.charitywater.org

3. Water for People – a non-profit program that works to build a world where all people have access to safe drinking water and sanitation, and where no one suffers or dies from a water- or sanitation-related disease. They commit to full coverage, where every household, school, and clinic has access to safe water and sanitation.
www.waterforpeople.org

4. WaterLife – a non-profit organization that exists to implement and support community-based, community-owned water and sanitation programs that offer dignity and opportunity to disadvantaged people worldwide.
www.waterlife.org

Thank you for investing the time to learn more about the international water crisis and how you can help. We are honored to be part of such a compassionate Kangen community.

Let’s flood our world with healthy water!

Sources:
1www.charitywater.org