Great Question Category: Is Watt-Ahh Electrolyte Water?

by AquaNew on October 20, 2017

in Exercise / Sports, Health/Nutrition

We enjoy hearing from our learned customers whom readily share health information with us. One question that we routinely receive after describing the Polarized Water (enriched with electrons), “Do you mean Watt-Ahh® is a type of electrolyte water?” The simple answer is, no.

For a more detailed answer, we want to first share some information on why minerals (electrolytes) are added to sports drinks. The purpose of the minerals is to slow digestion during exercise. This makes the kidneys function at a lower rate when producing urine. The concept is that the body will stay hydrated longer during intense exercise.

Watt-Ahh® is a totally different science. It involves ultra-pure water (no minerals) and has an electrical charge (electron enrichment). We call it Polarized Water since the electrons associated with the dual water molecule structure repel other water molecules. The smaller molecular structure has the distinct benefit of providing immediate hydration within the cells.

Drinking the Polarized Water also can support transport of electrical charge to assist the body’s repair of injury. It is the balanced form of water with electrons that support electrical connections between cell-to-cell and cell-to-brain communications. Hydration is also key to cellular communication. It aids in transporting electrical charge and transit of energy generated from our food. The Polarized Water structure can cross the brain-blood barrier and hydrate the brain, which may not be a benefit of electrolytic (mineralized) water due to its larger molecular structure.

Of course, you can add electrolytes to Watt-Ahh®. One of our favorite products is Emergen-C. However, adding electrons to electrolyte water for better cellular hydration and communication is unlikely without our electromagnetic process. In other words, we can help other beverage manufacturers in making more complete sports drinks that benefit the entire body … at both the cellular and cerebral levels.

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