Thursday, June 7, 2012

Miracle water or just over priced salt water?

Drink this cocktail, it is the Miracle water that will help cure everything, it will reverse aging!
Ok so I have many friends buying into this new product and they all say the same thing "well if it helps" Yea well it probably will, but to understand why we have to look at the product itself.
First the Product is water with Sodium Chloride added to it, you know it as Table salt.
How is this beneficial to you? Simple, most people in America are terribly dehydrated,  so if this product makes you drink more water all is well. A little Salt added to your water (otherwise known as mineral water) helps you hydrate better.
Hydration is Important as water Lubricates your joints, if your joints are lubricated, the soreness will  leave. So Is Asea a Scam? Yes it is, yet another product praying on the ignorance of Americans little different than the snake oils which you all cringe at which were pushed forth in the 19th century.
It is honest though, all you have to do is look on the label to know what it is made from, and understand the rest is merely marketing.
It also makes no claim to have its supposed scientific testing verified by the FDA or a credible organization.
Would you buy Soda if it said "absolutely no health value whatsoever but it will rot your teeth and increase your odds of diabetes" Probably not, but with flashy imagery backed by celebrities you will.
Think with your mind, not with your heart, if you want to feel better, drink more water, if it does not taste good to you, then add some lemon to it or a tiny bit of salt.

Be careful people, if it sounds to good to be true, it almost always is.

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