The only issue I see with a water only carbonated drink is the lowered PH, which is a minor issue compared to most carbonated drinks. Water itself has a low osmotic load. Most carbonated drinks have all kinds of additives that give it a higher osmotic load, which means it can’t dilute the blood too well or enhance vascular health like water can.
High acidity is a good thing in the stomach as that’s what helps turn solid food into digestible puree (antacids really screw things up here), but anywhere else and acid is not good, and that includes the esophageal sphincter where many people complain of acid issues. So, I guess the trick is to get the blood more alkaline without messing up your digestion, or at least to do it between meals possibly? (I’m just throwing ideas around at this point).
Liver cleanse is something I too am interested in, but know little of as yet. It’s only recently that it’s dawning on me how pivotal liver function is just about any ailment you can think of. I’m beginning to wonder if when thirty somethings compain of not being able to take the alcohol like they used to, and also start to get the middle aged spread, that it is in large part liver function(?) I think the liver should be a large consideration in weight control, but as yet I’ve not researched it.
I’m not much of a coffee drinker, but a tea drinker. I was recently complaining about how tea bags don’t hit the mark like ‘the old days’ with properly brewed tea, so for christmas I got a tea pot and some ‘proper’ tea (have you noticed how hard to come by tea strainers and tea cosys are these days :) ). Anyway, the point being that the water is pretty hard around here, so I’m in the market for a water filter, and any advice on brands, ozonated or otherwise would be much appreciated.
Here is a post I made a post sometime back here that is slightly related: Cancer prevention and cure (!)