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Medical Scientist Discovers an Alternative Treatment for Leukemia Using Alkaline Ionized or Electrolyzed Reduced Drinking Water
Date:4/26/2013

Boca Raton (PRWEB) April 26, 2013

The scientific study on using Electrolyzed-reduced water (ERW) to treat Leukemia Cancer cells was reviewed in the report published today by Bawell Health Water. All the different models of water ionizers that Bawell offers can produce the Electrolzyed-reduced water that was used in the PubMed scientific study. The study of using alkaline water in treating Cancer cells, reports “These results suggest that ERW is an antioxidant” (US National Library of Medicine).

The Bawell report that was published today explains how alkaline ionized water works to fight against Cancer in a variety of different ways. Alkaline ionized water has a high redox potential, which means the ORP or Oxidation Reduction Potential is very negative, making the water a good antioxidant to fight against free radicals. Today’s report explains that ionized water gives the cancer cells electrons, which causes the oxygen molecules that already exist in the body to become more available to the cancer cells. This additional oxygen will cause the growth of the cancer cell to slow down, or it can cause the cancer cell to totally die. Hydroxyl ions that are in the ionized water carry out this process.

This current PubMed study confirms the research and studies conducted by the 1931 nobel prize winner Otto Warburg. Bawell’s report says Warburg found cancer cells maintain a pH that is as low as 6.0, and Warburg believed that there was a direct relationship between oxygen and pH. There are a higher concentration of oxygen molecules when pH is higher, and when pH is lower there are lower concentrations of oxygen molecules. "Summarized in a few
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