The process of ionization involves separating water into alkaline and acid through electrolysis. The process only works if calcium and magnesium are present in water. Distilled water that lacks mineral ions cannot be ionized. Electrolyzed water has been used for sanitation purposes in the food industry, as it is known to be effective in killing bacteria, but scientists debate whether ionized water has any health benefits for human consumption as an antioxidant. The theory comes in conflict with basic laws of chemistry.
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