This is an important email series to pay attention to, as it will share crucial information for set up, usage and maintaining your machine.

I also think you'll find the "68 Uses of Kangen Water" guide super helpful and I hope that you get some good use out of it!

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Dale Shipton

Your next steps

1- Your copy of the '68 Uses of Kangen Water Guide' is on it's way to your Inbox right now.

2- Please watch the thank you video above!

3- If you're curious about the dangers of bathing in tap water, scroll to the bottom of this page!

4- Allow a couple of minutes for the Email & Guide to reach your Inbox, and be sure to check your junk folder just in case. 

5- You may email me at if for some reason you did not receive the Guide that was promised to you.

The Dangers of Bathing in Tap Water...

(For Pets and Humans!)

Skin has a quick absorption rate that easily absorbs pollutants & toxins into your blood stream, and it's the largest organ of the body.
Pets, especially dogs, can be more sensitive to chlorine in tap water, than humans.
Showering is the primary cause of elevated levels of Chloroform in the Average American Household.
Chloroform causes Vitamin E deficiency, and chronic kidney/liver failure.
Pets are more likely to ingest tap water while bathing or swimming, increasing their exposure to chlorine and potentially harmful contaminants. This can lead to gastrointestinal issues and discomfort.
Chloroform in Medical Procedures is no longer allowed as of 2017 but its still present in Tap Water.
Long term exposure to chlorinated bathing water contributes to dandruff, dry scalp and long term hair loss.
Chlorinated tap water can strip the natural oils from pets' skin and coat, leading to dryness, flakiness, and a dull appearance. Some pets may develop allergic reactions or dermatitis due to prolonged exposure to chlorine.
The risk of developing cancer is MUCH higher to people who drink or are exposed to chlorinated water. 
Long-term exposure to chlorinated tap water can contribute to chronic health issues in pets, including skin disorders, respiratory problems, and potential risks of certain cancers.
When we shower in hot or steamy chlorinated tap water, we are also inhaling chemical gases into our lungs .
Pets may inhale chlorine vapors and other chemical gases released from tap water during bathing, which can irritate their respiratory system and aggravate existing conditions like asthma.
Research shows that we absorb more chemicals through our lungs and skin from bathing, than we do from drinking it.