Originally published in the Winter + Spring 2019 issue.
The wave of change starts with a ripple. Isn’t it true that one choice, one action, is what leads to all the proceeding moments and outcomes of the future?
This is why Mike Bitonti and Nick Teixeira have become the brand they represent: WaveMakers.
This global entity is a stand for sustainability in a way that empowers individuals to take health and longevity of life into their own hands.
“It’s not that people don’t want to change, it’s that they don’t know how to change,” Bitonti shares.
From an education platform to a market of sustainable goods, WaveMakers provides what people need to live their most vibrant and mindful life.
WaverMakers is most passionate about protecting and sharing one of our world’s most precious resources — clean and quality water.
From pre-filters to full house filtration systems and the newest technology of water ionization, WaveMakers is committed to instilling this valuable life source within as many homes as possible.
The ionization technology can be hooked up to any facet, using electricity to split the water and raise the PH level to make acidic water high alkaline. Through electrolysis, the water molecules are also micro-clustered, creating cellular hydration which allows for a 40 to 50 percent higher absorption rate. The electricity creates a negative charge inside the water, making the water extremely high in antioxidants. The combination of these properties is a true depiction of the future of clean drinking water and its medicinal uses.
“It’s not the water itself that cures ailments — the water puts your body into its most powerful state to heal itself,” says Teixeira. “You are hand-delivering antioxidants to kill the free radicals and repair each individual cell in the body.”
Not only is this technology revolutionary on an individual level — a water ionizer eliminates plastic bottle consumption, because what’s coming out of your sink is more valuable than what you would go buy in a bottle.
In addition, 10% of total revenue goes towards the WaveMakers Water Initiative Fund where the WaveMakers team goes to countries like Uganda, Kenya, and El Salvador to build and install clean water wells for those communities.
The investment of clean, quality water starts with WaveMakers. It’s here, and it’s time to have it in your home.
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