Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) April 09, 2013
Today, Bawell released a report highlighting different medical and scientific studies that were conducted on the use of alkaline reduced water, or ARW as an effective treatment for Diabetes. "The results of medical and scientific research on using ARW as a diabetic treatment is of great importance, and this information must be made readily available to the general public" the Bawell report states.
The medical study published on Pubmed titled "Anti-diabetic effects of electrolyzed reduced water in streptozotocin-induced and genetic diabetic mice" was the highlight of today’s Bawell report on the treatment of diabetes using ARW, alkaline reduced drinking water. The Bawell ionizers produce this same electrolyzed reduced water which scientist from the study are quoted as saying "Electrolyzed reduced water, provided as a drinking water, significantly reduced the blood glucose concentration and improved glucose tolerance in both animal models. The present data suggest that ERW may function as an orally effective anti-diabetic agent and merit further studies on its precise mechanism" (US National Library of Medicine).
Today’s Bawell ionized water report also highlights a scientific study that was conducted by a few different medical and scientific universities which include the Institutes for Basic Medical Science, College of Medicine at Yonsei University, and others. The scientific study titled "Anti-Diabetic Effect of Alkaline Reduced Water on OLETF Rats" examines the health benefits of alkaline reduced drinking water relating to diabetes, the
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