Water makes up more than 70% of the body's tissues and plays a role in nearly every body function from regulating temperature and cushioning joints to bringing oxygen to the cells and removing waste from the body. Severe dehydration can affect blood pressure, circulation, digestion and kidney function. But on a daily basis, not getting enough water can cause fatigue, dry skin, headaches and constipation. Hydration should be the primary focus of health. Proper water utilization is necessary for the accurate processing of 80% of the messages communicated between the brain and the body. Even a slight imbalance may cause confused electrical messages to misdirect the muscles of the body. Hydration is also responsible for proper functioning of 90% of the muscles in the body. To attain and maintain optimal health, the body must assimilate the water-so it needs to be bio-available.

Listed below are different types of water and the properties each contain:
  • Tap Water: Chlorinated which is a toxic chemical; acidic; no minerals; less bio-available
  • Brita Water: Filtered; acidic; no minerals; less bio-available
  • Bottled Water: Filtered; acidic; no minerals; plastic leaches into water; less bio-available
  • Reverse Osmosis: Filtered; acidic; no minerals; less bio-available
  • Distilled Water: Boiled; acidic; no minerals; drains your body of minerals; less bio-available
Nikken's Pimag Water System:  
  1. Filtered to .1 micron level (same as kidney dialysis)
  2. Adds important minerals
  3. Magnetic energy- water bio-available
  4. Corrected pH (mineralization)
  5. Far-infrared added (energy of the sun)
  6. Passive system where water flows through the elements only once
  7. Multiple filters-carbon, screen, silk, rare coral chips
  8. Reduces contaminants such as : Inorganics Al, Cl, Cu, Fe, Pb, Mn, Hg; and Organics THM, Chlordan ,VOC, PCB, Benzene, Carbon Tetrachloride, MTBE
  9. Reduces particulates such as: Asbestos, microbes, cysts 


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