What is CHA Water?

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CHA Water is the worlds best tasting alkaline spring water! Here’s what makes it so special:

The C in CHA Water stands for CHARGED. Our water has a negative electrical charge, which gives it a powerful antioxidant property. Antioxidants work to hunt down, block, and attack free radicals in the body. When free radicals are left unchecked they can lead to cancer, cardiovascular disease, and many other illnesses. Charging the water also causes the molecules to micro-cluster into snowflake like shapes, which is where the H in CHA water comes in.

The H in CHA Water stands for HEXAGONAL. The microclustered molecules take on the hexagonal shape when electrically charged. Because of this our water is able to pass in and out of the cell easier, giving you quicker hydration and instant absorbtion. This means that CHA Water will also give you the best results when mixing it with supplements, tea, and coffee. The non-charged water that most people drink simply cannot do this. The larger the cluster, the less the hydration, and the longer the water will be swashing around in your stomache making you feel bloated.

The A in CHA Water stands for Alkaline. Our water is highly alkaline, ranging from 8.5-9.5 on the pH scale. Drinking alkaline water helps fight the overly acidic state that most peoples bodies are in due to their diet. Being overly acidic can lead to acidosis, an acidic condition in the body in which diseases are much more likely to develop. Incorporating alkaline water into your daily diet has been known to fight acidosis, promote weight loss, relieve acid reflux, boost the metabolism, detoxify the body, reduce inflammation, improve heart health, and much more.

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