The following are a number of ways to convert tap water to alkaline water.
1. BAKING SODA
When pH is 9, the addition of baking soda is one of the most commonly used methods of alkalizing drinking water.
A widely recommended formula is 8 tablespoons of baking soda with 8 flow ounces of purified water. Stir or shake the mixture thoroughly to completely dissolve the baking soda. That's it - you are ready for an alkaline drink.
However, please note that the sodium content of baking soda is quite high. You may not like the taste of it in the water. In addition, if you are sensitive to sodium or need a special diet that reduces salt, then trying this approach may not be worth the risk.
2. LEMON JUICE
This may sound counterintuitive, but lemon juice is part of an alkaline diet. Although fruit juices are highly acidic (usually having a pH of 2 or 3), alkaline by-products are produced during metabolism. Therefore, I believe you can reduce blood acidity by adding lemon juice to your drinking water.
Whether or not lemonade becomes alkaline after consumption is still a matter of debate. If you want to try this method, the good news is that the diluted lemon juice is safe (and delicious) to drink. If it does, it will add some vitamin C and bring a sour taste and taste to your drink. The aesthetic effect is similar to adding a lemon slice to the kettle.
Similar to the baking soda recipe, you can add 1⁄8 tablespoon of lemon juice to 8 fluid ounces of water. You may need to juice the lemon juice beforehand and store the juice in the refrigerator for future use.
In recent years, the alkaline water pouch is becoming a trend. It is small in size, easy to carry, and easy to use. It only needs to be soaked in water for about 10 minutes to enjoy your own DIY weak alkaline water. Let us start a journey of alkaline water.