How Waiakea Volcanic Water Benefits the Body and Mind

Waiakea is a unique premium bottled water company that has made headlines for its groundbreaking sustainability, and positive social and environmental consciousness. Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water benefits those suffering from acid reflux because of its natural high alkaline contents. The alkaline was proven to reduce the symptoms substantially and neutralize stomach acid when used with a regular dose of treatment. Waiakea’s alkaline and electrolyte-rich water can also help rehydrate the body ten times better as well as restore the body’s natural pH balance. The volcanic water has natural ingredients such as silica, that could help lower the risks of Alzheimer’s disease by as much as eleven percent.

 

Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is made with naturally filtered water straight from the Hawaii’s famous Mauna Loa volcano. The natural filtration process also enriched it with a healthy dose of magnesium, sodium, potassium, calcium and other electrolytes and minerals. The Hawaii volcanic water also contains natural silica that helps give it a more smoother taste than other premium bottled water brands.

 

Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water was founded by entrepreneur Ryan Emmons in 2012. He would spend his summer and winter vacations at his uncle’s home in Hawaii and would be amazed by the pristine water from his uncle’s well. Emmons instinctively knew that this was a perfect opportunity to start a business venture and the rest is history. The Waiakea Water pH level topples over 7.8 and has become the world’s most alkaline-rich bottled water brand.

 

The premium bottled water brand has achieved many honors and accolades since its establishment. It has received a Food and Beverage Innovation Award by the National Restaurant Association and won the World Beverage Innovation Award for Best Packaged Water as well as the Best Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative. Waiakea Water provides a weeks worth of clean drinking water to Malawi, Africa, for every liter sold through its partnership with Pump Aid, a nonprofit organization that supplies drinking water to drought-prone areas across the globe.

 

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