Sunday, March 28, 2010

Proof that Enagic uses Medical Devices

Over and over I hear that Enagic's units are too expensive and that other units on the market are THE SAME for less money.  However, they are not the same.  Over 90% of our competition are units made from the same factory in Korea.  These units are NOT listed as medical devices and have no certificates to prove this.  Some websites claim they have certificates but if you check further you will find the numbers on these papers are not legitimate.
Our units, that produce Kangen Water, are medical devices and have been used in over 200 hospitals and clinics in Japan for over 30 years.
Here is a page listing our medical certificates.

Enagic Certificates

Have a Healthy Day!

Deborah Mumm, The Allergy Queen
The Wetter Water

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Is Kangen Water different than other Waters?


I hear all the time that our Enagic water units are over priced and that there are other units out there that are the same as ours but half the price.  That is what those companies want you to believe.  Once you drink Kangen water for any period of time you will find that no other water can compare to it.  Here are some facts....

Enagic's devices are licensed medical devices and have been granted a license number by the Japanese Ministry of Health and Welfare.

These machines are manufactured in Japan and are sold in the United States. These other companies selling their machines in the US do not have Japanese approval or even the recognition in their own country as a medical device.

Are we the best? Well, let's put it this way.

In 2009 we have sold more than 500,000 devices in Japan and the United States.
In 2002, our firm was individually recognized by the Japanese Association of Preventative Medicine for Adult Diseases, a renowned medical association.
In 2007, the Enagic Osaka factory acquired ISO 13485 (medical equipment), ISO9001 (quality control), and ISO14001 (environmental management) license recognition.
Plus, we offer global repair and support service for our units, something no other company offers nor supports.
Our machines can be serviced in the United States, Canada, Mexico, the European Union, Japan, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.  95% of all other units on the market are manufactured in Korea...most from the same plant known for making ice machines.  They are not made with medical grade parts like Enagic units.

Would you like to take a tour of the Enagic plant to see how they are made?

Enagic Tour

If you would like to see when Chicago area Water demonstrations will be held go to our Tri-State Kangen site. 

Have a Healthy Day!

Deborah Mumm, The Allergy Queen
The Wetter Water

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

The Truth about your Tap Water


Most of us assume that our tap water is pretty clean.  We really hope it is since we use tap water all day drink, wash off our produce, wash our bodies and more.  Do I really want water that is full of chemicals and sewage to be 'washing off' my fruit?

Here is a nice site that tells you a little more info about your tap water.  You can even go to the water treatment site for your area and see how they treat your tap water.

Personally, I am very thankful to have Kangen Water in my life.  I can drink clean alkaline water and also clean all my produce thoroughly of pesticides and bacteria.   Kangen Water

So check out this interesting article on  Your Tap Water

To your Health!
Deborah Mumm, The Allergy Queen
Healthy Environments

Thursday, March 04, 2010

Day 3 Being Dairy-Free

3 days ago I spoke with my sister about food allergies.  She has celiac disease which simply means her body does not process gluten.  Therefore she is on a gluten free diet.  I was tested for celiac since it does run in families but I do not have it.  However, I still have some sinus issues and my sister thought I should try a dairy-free diet.
Dairy products are not as healthy as the dairy industry would like us all to believe.  Dairy can cause skin issues, congestion, and digestive issues. 
So...3 days ago I began my dairy-free diet.  This includes reading labels for hidden dairy ingredients.  So far, I have been pretty good.  I had almond milk on my cereal this morning and it tasted ok.  We had tacos last night and I avoided the sour cream and grated cheese...although I missed them! All in all, the tacos tasted ok and I tried not to think of it.
I was curious if others on Dairy-Free diets have any products they LOVE that are great substitutes for the dairy products we are used to.
Any suggestions or tips????
I will let you know how this progresses for me and if it really makes a difference in how I feel!

Until next time....

Deborah Mumm, The Allergy Queen
Healthy Environments