NEW YORK, April 8, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Bravo Enterprises Ltd. (OTCBB:OGNG) reports that the company's Splash Water has joined the ranks of Alkaline Water. The water currently generated by Bravo's atmospheric water machines have a PH balance between 7.9 to 8.2 providing it enough alkalinity to be deemed "alkaline water". Alkaline water also commonly known as ionized water has a PH level at 7 or greater and Splash Water exceeds this.
Usually, water ionizers and water distillers are used to ionize regular water or a few drops of lemon or lime can also do the same. Following the healthy living trends globally, purified water has become a big part of consumption; leading the forefront is alkaline water. With reports supporting the positive effects of alkaline water and neutralizing body PH, health and wellness current market demand has soared. Consumers are beginning to implement alkaline water systems in their homes and Bravo's atmospheric water generators can fit that need. Already large companies like Whole Foods and Wegmans stock alkaline water, as well as hundreds of other green grocers.
"There are claims that alkaline water will slow down the aging process, help fight tooth decay and prevent bone loss, in addition to helping with dry skin and hair." states Matt Kelly, director of Bravo. "Our atmospheric water machines seem to be beneficial in more ways than we anticipated, in addition to providing pure drinking water."
Bravo has signed a distribution partnership agreement with Alkaline for Optimal Health, LLC also known as Fresh Water Depot focuses on the sale of water products and systems. The company highlights its alkaline water products and will feature the Bravo's Splash line of air to water machines as Alkaline Atmospheric Water Producers. More info can be found on website www.freshwaterdepot.com
Furthermore, Air Water Industries via myairwater.com has signed on as a distributor of the Bravo's Splash line of atmospheric water machines.
For further information contact: 1-888-488-6882
/s/ Matt Kelly
Matt Kelly, Director
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Source:Bravo Enterprises Ltd.