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LIFE Ionizers™ Launches 2010 Next Generation Alkaline Water Ionizers with Energy Frequency Technology™
Date:10/14/2009

Energy Frequency Technology™ Ionizer Upgrade Generates and Encodes Specific Energy Frequencies into Ionized Alkaline Water for Optimum Health and Well-Being

Carlsbad, California (PRWEB) October 14, 2009 -- Water has been around since the beginning of life on our planet, but it's finally getting a new high-tech upgrade with the launch of LIFE Ionizers' state-of-the-art 2010 Next Generation LIFE 7600-NG and the LIFE 8100-NG water ionizers.

The new 2010 LIFE 7600-NG and 8100-NG models will feature the cutting-edge wellness benefits of Energy Frequency Technology™ (EFT™ - patent pending). The new technology generates and encodes 204 specific energy frequencies into the molecular structure of the water using advanced techniques derived from the scientific discipline of quantum physics. The physical body responds positively to these specific frequencies in the water, balancing the body's organs, glands and meridians for a total body and mind tune-up. This new push into the frontier of science and physics is all a part of LIFE's commitment to providing the most advanced water ionizer technology in the alkaline water ionizer industry.

"This wonderful technology has been produced by a team of health care practitioners with over 30 years of experience in the natural health care field," said Rick H. Cabados, founder of LIFE Ionizers™. "We are excited to enhance the wellness benefits of our high-tech alkaline water ionizers with this new cutting-edge technology."

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