Posted by IonLoop on May 09, 2013
With ion bracelets, ionized water, home ionizers, and now… ionized undergarments on the market, more and more research is being done on ionization potential. And the findings continue to be positive.
We want to share the highlights of a recent study done on rugby players, testing the effectiveness of negative ions.
Twelve male rugby players of similar age and body fat percentage were tested. They each tested first without ionized undergarments and then with. (They were required to wait at least 72 hours between tests.)
Their diets were recorded and each of them refrained from caffeine or alcohol at least 24 hours before testing.
Across the board, this study found that athletes wearing ionized undergarments experienced:
Circulation and pain perception weren’t affected, but this is the first study of ionically-treated garments in a sport-specific setting. We think the findings thus far are extremely encouraging and consistent with what we have studied.
Customers who have used IonLoop custom silicone bracelets are reporting similar benefits and more. Here are specific claims from unsolicited real testimonials:
The product speaks for itself – or rather, its customers speak for it! If you haven’t experienced ionization potential for yourself, we encourage you to make your own educated decision by investing in a custom bracelet. Let us know how ion bracelets work for you!
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