Hey, what's going on? I'm LaPrentiss Demond. In today's video, we're gonna do this path water review. So let's go ahead and get this poured up. I like the bottle.
I like the clean, majestic white version. It looks a lot like this bottle here. What we're gonna do, I like the feel of the bottle and everything.
What we're gonna do is we're gonna test it against this water right here, which is known as our electrolyzed reduced water.
1. Path Water Review: Antioxidants
Now, the first thing we are gonna test this for is antioxidants. This is the most important test out of all of the tests we're gonna do today.
And the reason why is because of everything around us, well, not everything, but there's these things around us known as free radicals, and they come in and they take the electrons from our healthy cells.
When that happens, that creates oxidation and inflammation in our cells. Those two things are linked to every single health disease known to man.
So if you're experiencing any kind of itis, bronchitis, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, all those are inflammation happening in different areas of the body.
So oxidants, things that are oxidizing us, they're positively charged, they create rust, aging, and ultimately disease in the body, okay?
However, we have these things called antioxidants. They are negatively charged. They lower that oxidation, reduce that inflammation.
And these are found in your fruits, your vegetables, your vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, and they are fantastic at preventing us from aging, okay? They slow it down.
So what we're gonna do is we're gonna test these waters using this ORP meter. That stands for oxidative reduction potential.
And if we see a positive number, that means it's oxidizing. It's aging us and it's just overall not good for our health.
If we see a negative number, that means it's a strong antioxidant, anti-inflammatory. So with that being said, let's see what we get with PathWater. See the design?
What are we getting? Oh wow, that's oxidizing pretty quick. It is showing a 220. Oh wow, 230, 236, 237. Steadily going up. This is oxidizing, all right?
Okay, now that we got Path out of the way, let's go ahead and take a look at this ERW, electrolyzed reduced water. Let's see what we get. Ooh! We get a negative 755.
This is a very, very strong antioxidant, okay? And water, if you are gonna have a strong antioxidant, the best thing would be water because here's why.
Our fruits and vegetables, they're antioxidants as well, but when we take the antioxidants from it, we leave behind ash, and that ash is oxidizing.
So it doesn't really help us that much. Water on the other hand, when it's a strong antioxidant, it gets absorbed into the body and it doesn't leave anything behind, okay?
So it's best, if we can, to have our water be a strong antioxidant. And right now, Path isn't doing it. So that being said, let's go ahead and jump into our next test.
2. Path Water Review: Alkalinity
All right, onto our second test. Our second test is all about alkalinity and we want to ensure that our blood is slightly alkaline.
And it is great because if we have this and it's coming from our fruits or coming from our beverages and things like that, then our blood doesn't have to go around and start leaching those electrolyzed, those minerals from us, okay?
If we stay too acidic or we stay consuming acidic things, then our blood is gonna start taking those minerals from us.
It's gonna start taking the calcium from our bones, from our knees, our joints, right? This is why we end up hurting, in pain, things like that, is because our blood is trying to balance out, buffer out the acidity that's in our body, okay?
So what we're gonna do is we're gonna use pH drops. And if we see a red, a orange, or a yellow, we know that this is acidic and it's forcing our body to eat the minerals and electrolytes that we have within us.
If we see a blue, a purple, or a dark purple, we know that this is alkaline, okay? Let's see what we get with PathWater. All right.
So Path is looking alkaline and this ERW is looking at alkaline as well. So when it looks alkaline, I wanna test it. I wanna see how strong it is at battling acidity.
And so what I'm gonna do is blow into it with my breath. That simulates all the different things that we're eating all the time, okay?
And just see if it maintains that alkalinity by balancing out the acidity I'm giving it or if it just doesn't hang and it ends up changing, okay? We'll check out Path, see what we get.
Oh, what does it look like? I can't tell. It looks like it's neutral or a little less than neutral actually. I can't tell. Let me know what you guys see in the comments, okay? '
Cause looking at it, I can't tell. All right? Yeah, so it looks neutral. Looks like a little less than neutral. Let me know what y'all see in the comments.
I think I may have the brightness up a little too high on the light. But as we see, as we take a look at this, this is purified water, and then there's electrolytes added for taste, and it doesn't- Wait, okay.
Calcium chloride, magnesium chloride, potassium bicarbonate. So once again, salts, salts, and any chloride is a salt. Potassium bicarbonate is an alternative to baking soda, okay?
So that's ultimately what we have in here. That's chemically altered water. This is why the pH was so high.
Let's go ahead and check this one out, which has nothing added, but let's see if it changes pH. It doesn't change, all right?
And the reason why is because, once again, it's not chemically altered. We're not adding baking soda, we're not adding Epsom salts.
We're not adding any of that type of stuff into the water. It is what it is because it's naturally that way, okay? So there you have it with pH.
3. Path Water Review: Superior Hydration
Let's move on to our next test. All right, onto our third and final test, this one's all about superior hydration.
And ultimately, we want to get hydrated and not have dry mouth, not have all of our water just sit in our stomach and not go anywhere.
We want it to hydrate us at a cellular level. There you go. That is superior hydration. And a great example of that is us making tea. Weird, right? Hear me out.
If the water is actually small enough, then it's gonna be able to pass through the tea bag and make tea.
So I'm not saying that this is exactly what happens at our cell, like this is the right size. It's just a representation, okay? But let's see what happens with PathWater.
Let's see if we're able to make tea, okay? All right. Let's see if we can get something going. All right, we're starting to get something, but man, that does not look like tea.
It doesn't look like good tea anyhow, right? All right, so let's see what happens with the electrolyzed reduced water. Let me get that out of there.
Look at that, immediately starts making tea. It's beautiful. This is a tea you would want a drink, right? It looks, actually looks like green tea, right?
So as you see, it barely hydrates it, right? So you're probably thinking, "Yo, but the bag was dry when you did that first one."
All right, and I hear you, so let me go ahead and split these up. We'll go right there. We'll do the same thing with electrolyzed reduced water.
And we're gonna give these five ducks and we're gonna see what happens and see how quick it's actually able to hydrate us, okay?
We'll start with electrolyzed reduced water first, okay? One, two, already at two. It's already hydrating, look at that. Three, four, like I don't have to do anymore.
At two, it reached maximum capacity for tea, okay? Let's go ahead and try this out on the PathWater. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10.
I don't think it's gonna get any darker. I don't think it's gonna change much. 11, 12. And the reason why is 'cause the water molecules are too big, okay, so just think about that.
If you're taking BCAAs or you're taking protein or just trying to eat healthier in general, you want those minerals and nutrients to actually get into your cells and actually push out waste at the same time.
And it's not doing it, it's not working. Like look at this. I've lost count, but it's nowhere near as dark as this one right here, okay? And it's because the water's too big, okay?
It's too big. We want to ensure that we're getting hydrated at a cellular level. We want to ensure that we're drinking better water, okay? So there you have it.
That is the third and final test, superior hydration. Let's go ahead and wrap this up. All right, so we tested PathWater for three specific things.
First, we tested it for antioxidants, so we saw that this is oxidizing, okay? It's not an antioxidant, it's not great for health.
And the second test we did was on alkalinity, and I want to say this was slightly below neutral. Well, it started off looking good. It looked like maybe an eight, right?
And then once we blew into it, gave it a little little acidity for it to a fight, it dropped down to like maybe a six, maybe a five. I don't remember. I couldn't see it.
It was tough on my end, so you guys will know better than me. And last but not at least, we tested for superior hydration and we saw that it barely does anything, barely makes any tea. It barely hydrates us.
While on the other hand, this electrolyzed reduced water does a really great job at hydrating you at a cellular level from how it looks, okay? So there you have it.
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