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Go Healthy Secures Nationwide Distributorship Rights to Patented Drinking Water
Date:10/13/2009

SPRING, Texas, Oct. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Go Healthy, Inc. (Pink Sheets: GOHE) announced today that the company has entered into a agreement with Hydro Enterprises, Inc., and Planet Green Solutions, Inc., to distribute Plasma Activated Water (PAW), a patented water technology that produces water from any source at a 9.5 pH level with significant and favorable Oxygen Reduction Potential (ORP) readings.

The ability to place the machines in bottling plants near the point of sale will greatly reduce shipping and handling costs while simultaneously producing the highest quality water. It also allows for production of the water in remote locations, including in disaster zones, to assure safe and healthy water for all.

Charlie Caudle, CEO of Go Healthy, states, "We have previously commented on the desirability of alkaline water and favorable ORP readings. However, until we were introduced to Hydro, there was no way to produce the highest levels we desired, or to produce them anywhere and from any source. The technology was developed by a team of the world's leading plasma physicists/engineers from Russia, and maximally changes the molecular structure in such a way that hydration to the cells is a multiple of normal water. Anecdotal reports of the significant impact on the well being of those using the PAW water are phenomenal, and we plan on clinical studies that will confirm results in many areas of wellness."

Mark Sinkinson, Chairman and President of Hydro Enterprises, Inc., and Planet Green Solutions, Inc., states, "We have seen the results of PAW water in a large number of people and applications. We are fully confident that the technology will deliver a significant benefit to the health and wellness of mankind. We also are confident that, in conjunction with the Go Healthy team, we can generate widespread use and acceptance of PAW healthy water across the country."

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