jeudi 13 juillet 2017

Global Ionics, a scam drinking device?

Global Ionics has invented and introduced a weird device, called Beverage Power, which attaches to beverage glasses and is said to give more fizz and flavor using the science of electricity. Their claims sound like pseudoscience. They also have a toothbrush that uses electricity to loosen plaque.


Originally Posted by PR Newswire
Global Ionics LLC, makers of the popular Ionic ProClean toothbrush, have just introduced Beverage Power, a drinking vessel that is powered by the human body, along with a patented voltage booster circuit and one AAA battery, to generate a small, safe electric current within any beverage. The results and benefits are astounding, since tastes are altered and enhanced. For example, salty drinks taste saltier, sugary drinks taste sweeter, beers taste fizzier, and champagnes taste bubblier.

Ken Davidov, CEO of Global Ionics, says this groundbreaking beverage device can go in so many directions. "With our new innovation, beverage companies can lower sodium and sugar in their products and still achieve great taste, while providing a healthier drink. Our objective is to provide beverage devices and innovations that will speed up recovery due to dehydration, boost energy, flush out toxins, act as an antioxidant, and enhance the body's immune system. A smaller version can be made to accommodate liquid medicines, wellness remedies, and healthy drinking water applications. The list goes on and on."...


Originally Posted by DailyMail
It’s a thorn in the side of anyone who enjoys bubbly drinks – before long, the carbon dioxide responsible for this fizz escapes as gas, causing the drink to become flat.

Now, a New York tech firm has unveiled a device that could finally put an end to flat beverages – and, it can be fitted onto any cup, glass, or bottle.

At CE Week in New York City, Global Ionics demonstrated its Beverage Power device, which uses energy from the human body to send a micro-current through the liquid, and stimulate the taste buds to ‘enhance the bubbles or the spirit of the beverage.’...

With photos of the device.

via International Skeptics Forum

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