Evamor Alkaline Water Quenches More Than Thirst

A new medical study by Dr. Jamie Koufman and Dr. Nikki Johnston has proven acid reflux sufferers can find natural relief by drinking Evamor Naturally Alkaline Artesian Water. The findings are significant since more than 40% of Americans struggle with acid related issues ranging from mild indigestion to severe acid reflux. The study, published in the July 10th Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology, shows that in laboratory tests, Evamor inactivates or destroys human pepsin, a stomach enzyme that when activated by acid, causes painful burning symptoms.

“Evamor water is probably the world’s healthiest water for people with reflux,” said Jamie Koufman, M.D., F.A.C.S., Director, Voice Institute of New York. “It has been a tremendous benefit to our patients, and many report that Evamor water is the difference that makes a difference. In addition, I believe our research will soon show the benefits are real and measurable.”

Evamor’s natural pH level of 8.8 is 80 times higher than most bottled waters. Quenching more than just thirst, Evamor also aids in combating the excess acid introduced by the modern American diet. With its excellent acid-buffering capacity, daily consumption of Evamor helps give heartburn sufferers all-natural relief.

“For more than 10 years, thousands of our customers have told us they love the taste and how much better they feel when they drink Evamor,” says Damion Michaels, VP of Marketing at Evamor. “Now that the first study is done validating consumer comments, Evamor has been proven to be an all-natural aid in the fight against acid.”

The first study was the result of extensive laboratory testing, and more testing is in progress. Dr. Koufman is conducting a controlled study with a group of patients at the Voice Institute of New York, where Dr. Koufman is the director. Also, Dr. Johnston is conducting more intensive studies of Evamor’s composition in her laboratory.

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