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Water Purification Can Avoid Quality Issues

Cross contamination is always a quality control challenge for consumable products as well as municipal water supplies. The lead indicator of cross contamination is the presence of E. coli bacteria. A recent recall of bottled spring water produced by two bottling plants located in Pennsylvania has generated, at the very least, a regional discussion with […]




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Rebecca’s Natural Food in Charlottesville, VA: Paramount Customer Service for Good Life/Good Health

While in Charlottesville last September celebrating Aunt Toni’s 100th birthday, Rob and I had to stop in and meet Bill and the rest of the Rebecca’s team. We walked in and noticed two different things right away. First, there were packs of Watt-Ahh® on the floor, lining the bottom of the shelves and coolers. Second, […]




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How Severe Drought Affects the Flavor of Your Favorite Beer

Don’t it always seem to go that you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone? Never was the sentiment of Joni Mitchell’s song felt so strongly by beer lovers nationwide as it was this past year. The US water crisis continues to have brewers concerned as water shortages in Texas, Nevada, Arizona, Kansas, Oklahoma, […]




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Scientific Mystery: Clustering of Water Molecules

The flickering of a neon light above a dance floor is slow when compared to the fleeting changes of the electrostatic associations among a grouping of multiple water molecules, known as “clusters” in the scientific world. The clusters continually change at the speed of a picosecond (or one trillionth of a second). It is an ongoing […]




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Pure Water is the Rock Star

100% pure water is only available in limited quantities worldwide. It’s the “hottest rock concert ticket in town.” Not everyone will be able to drink pure water like Nature intended. Most doctors agree for optimum health, get your hands on the purest water you can drink. This is Part Three of our series on best guidelines […]




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Lori’s Natural Food Spring Fest – AquaNew’s Booth in Rochester, N.Y.

Submitted By: Morgan Wesson of Victor, N.Y., good friend of both Alan Cohen and AquaNew’s founder, Rob Gourley Alan Cohen was there, as a volunteer with just one product. He wanted to share a bottled water he’s been using. “I hand people a brochure, and I make ’em drink it,” said Cohen, as a group lined up at […]




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Lactic Acid Build Up in Athletes

If you had the misfortune of being chased by a panther, you’d be enormously grateful for the surge of energy you received due to lactic acid buildup in your body … it could just save your life. Lactic acid is an organic chemical compound that is naturally produced in the body. It is formed when […]




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Connecting the Dots: Electrons in Watt-Ahh®

AquaNew’s Watt-Ahh® Defends against Oxidative Stress Part 3 – Connecting the Dots: Electrons in Watt-Ahh®   The first two parts of this four-part series explored the universal forces such as lightning and our own body’s transport of electrons that counter the effects of Oxidative Stress, the source of inflammation and disease. For this section, we […]




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Superior Hydration Reigns Supreme as Bottled Water is Projected to Outsell Soda

A recent article in the New York Times proclaims that bottled water sales will surpass those of carbonated soft drinks by the end of this decade, if not sooner. (NyTimes.com) Consumers are demanding healthier beverages such as bottled water, enhanced water and even tap water. In the prevention of heart disease and diabetes, the American […]




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AquaNew’s Watt-Ahh® Defends against Oxidative Stress

Part One of a Four-Part Series: Is Earth Susceptible to Oxidative Stress? Our universe is teeming with positive and negative ions. Life on Earth cannot exist without a delicate balance between these positive and negative charges. We are providing a four-part series over the coming weeks on Oxidative Stress. The first part of this series […]




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