Pets and Kangen Water®!
Not only is Kangen Water ® important for us humans, but it is equally important to our animals.
In many cases, our pets are exposed to the same type of toxins, poor diet and other factors that contribute to their overall bad health. This page is dedicated to our pets and how Kangen Water® can benefit them.
Horses and Kangen!
Water is an important but often overlooked nutrient for horses.
As a matter of fact, water—the often forgotten food—may be the “greatest medicine” for many specific ailments for all animals.
A horse’s body consists approximately of about 65-75 percent water. The 10 percent discrepancy can be accounted for by differences in age and amount of body fat and muscle mass.
Water is critical for all body metabolic activities, and is required for a number of fundamental physiological processes, including normal utilization and digestion of all nutrients, regulation of body temperature, and muscle contraction with strength, joint lubrication and waste elimination. … LEARN MORE
Dogs and Kangen!
Dogs as compared to us humans have a very fast metabolism and thus react much better and faster to kangen water®.
It has been observed that dogs and cats alike prefer a bowl of kangen water® over a bowl of tap water when placed side by side. Animals have an inate ability to differentiate what they need.
Most pet owners are unaware the damage they are doing to fido when they serve them tap water or in many cases even bottled water.
In the case of tap water, chlorine, chloride, flouride, heavy metals and many damaging chemicals are present in our tap water. Filtering our tap water with a quality three phase filter would help dramatically.
With Kangen, this water, first filtered, supplies your pets with alkaline, anti-oxidizing water that your pets will love and actually crave.
Cows and Kangen!
Most impurities and chlorine from your source water are removed and the water is electrolyzed and loaded with huge amounts of antioxidants — plus it is highly alkaline.
This amazing technology was discovered in 1950 by the Russians and introduced to the Japanese around 1974. Since then the Japanese have perfected the technology. … LEARN MORE