After the first few weeks of pregnancy women will start to develop morning sickness, some cases being more severe than others. During this time the body is giving much of its alkalinity to the womb, and doing so at such a rapid rate for the body that you feel sick. Your body’s pH is dropping at a very rapid rate.
During the time of pregnancy, your body loses a lot of alkaline minerals to give to the fetus. The fetus is receiving nutrients through the umbilical cord for energy, growth, and development. After the nutrients have been used up they create acidic waste. The acidic waste has nowhere to go since the fetus is in a water bag (placenta) for 9 months so it gets discharged into the placenta.
Unfortunately the woman’s blood vessels are not connected to the fetus’ blood vessels so she cannot carry out the waste. In the early stages of pregnancy a mother will lose her alkaline minerals to the placenta to make sure the adequate amounts of alkaline minerals are there to neutralize all the acidic discharge from the fetus for the next 9 months. Naturally, this causes the blood to become acidic at such a rapid rate causing morning sickness. This is why it is very important to drink Kangen Water.
If the mother's blood is alkaline prior to pregnancy she will not experience morning sickness. This will even prevent common issues, such as jaundice (discoloration of the skin and eyes), for the baby.Without enough alkaline minerals the woman will age considerable and may experience all kinds of post-delivery problems. During pregnancy the lack of alkalinity causes over acidity in the blood can cause such diseases as: cholesterol, fatty acid, uric acid, kidney stones, plaques, etc. It can also thicken the blood which slows down blood flow in the body.
A 15 year study of alkaline water by Japanese doctors from the Japanese Water Institute and Kyowa Medical Clinic revealed these benefits of alkaline water for pregnant women:
Reduced symptoms of morning sickness
Reduced likelihood of jaundice
Even Mariah Carey drinks Kangen Water!
—See what her designer says about the machine (fast fwd to 2:15)