Is drinking alkaline water really good for you?

So the stomach is acidic right? so you drink alkaline what is going to happen to it?

If optimal ph range for water to consume is between 6.5 to 7.5 let have a look at some opinions;

Mercola says; “So I believe it’s best to be VERY careful when it comes to something as foundational as the water you drink on a daily basis. If you get it wrong, you could really cause yourself some major damage.

It makes sense that you are designed to drink water that occurs naturally, which excludes alkaline water with pH levels of 8 and above.

And if you drink alkaline water all the time, you’re going to raise the alkalinity of your stomach, which will buffer your stomach’s acidity and impair your ability to digest food as low stomach acid is one of the most common causes of ulcers. This can open the door for parasites in your small intestine, and your protein digestion may suffer. It also means you’ll get less minerals and nutrients over time – in fact, some of these health effects can already be seen in hard-core alkaline water drinkers.”

Now the concept of energy and structured water appeals to me a great deal. Remember swimming in that sparkling mountain stream and how envigorating it was? You can energise and structure your water so i would want to do this first.
see “Clayton Nolte’s Natural Action Water Structuring Units ” they say;

Natural Action Water structuring units are maintenance-free water units that produce hydrating & alkaline water, rich with bio-photon energy, oxygen and hydrogen & free of the memory/energy imprint of toxins. Natural Action Water water structuring units use geometric and vortex technologies to restructure the water molecules and restore water’s natural and healthy/healing energy pattern. The units use no filters, electricity, magnets or chemicals. This technology is endorsed by renowned scientists Drs. Albert-Fritz Popp & Konstantin Korotkov

See also;Viktor Schauberger

Also make me think of Dr Emoto the love and gratitude guy and sounds effect on water;

I want to talk about this further;
[The Antioxidant Myth: a medical fairy tale By Lisa Melton, PhD.]
For now, the advice is simple.
“Stick to flavonoid-rich foods, red wine in moderation, tea,
fruits and vegetables,” says Halliwell. “Don’t start taking high-dose
supplements or heavily fortified foods, until we know more.” [Stephen Lower]

To be continued ….