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HydroBoost (formerly WaterMax) “boosts” distilled and reverse osmosis water, raises the pH to an alkaline level of 8.0 or higher, boosts protection against free radicals, boosts hydration to your cells, and boosts nutrition with more than 70 ionic minerals and trace elements!
Tame Aggressive Water
Should people drink distilled water? For dozens of years noted health experts advised the use of distilled water as a key component of a healthy diet. Given the research and evidence available, Hallelujah Acres has also encouraged drinking plenty of distilled water.
New Findings Shed Light on Water
The nature of science is never to stop questioning. For the most part, this works to our benefit. New research is conducted, new ideas surface, new evidence comes to light, and as is often the case, the old way of thinking is proven to be, at the very least, ineffective or at worst, harmful.
In the case of distilled water, we fall somewhere in between in the research findings. Recent studies show, that while drinking low mineral water will not wreak major damage on the body immediately, over time, it can strip the body of vital minerals such as calcium, potassium and magnesium among others.
WaterMax! Max Out on Distilled Water…Safely!
Is distilled water safe to drink? Willard Water was a terrific temporary solution to re-mineralize distilled water. Now, The Hallelujah Acres Foundation has developed a new, more effective water additive – WaterMax.
After conducting extensive tests, Michael Donaldson, Ph.D., concluded that WaterMax alkalizes the water, provides essential minerals for drinking water in amounts and forms which benefit the body, and improves the hydrating ability of your water.
For more information about WaterMax and water purification, please visit our “Should people drink distilled water” section of our FAQs
Using pH paper to test WaterMax:
WaterMax changes the pH of drinking water to pH 8.2, which is a healthy alkaline level. Testing was done with a research grade pH meter and electrode. People have tried to verify this using pH paper commonly used for testing saliva and do not see the pH shift.