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  • Real Gold Filtered Mineral Water

    April 21, 2011 | Posted by

    Ancient Indians believed that ingesting gold was good for the body and helps in building up the immune system. A lot of their traditional medicines – Ayurveda, actually makes use of real gold. I have read about similar beliefs in other value systems as well, so its not surprising to see a luxury mineral water which prides itself on being filtered with pure gold.

    The water comes from Spa Springs, Canada, where the water has achieved an incomparable level of purity and mineralization after travelling through layers and layers of rock formed more than 200 million years ago. It is this water that is then passed through Gize’s specially developed gold filtering system allowing them to create what can be truly called as the Worlds First Luxury Water.

    Gize comes in a variety of flavors if you dont like the plain gold filtered water. Gize+ Mild comes with a hint of flavour while Gize+ Intense caters to those who prefer a more explosive experience. The water is available in four exciting flavours: Lemon-Elderflower, Raspberry-Ginseng and Pear-Vinegar are low in calories and contain only natural fruit sugars that provide the body with a constant flow of balanced energy (low GI, sustainable energy).

    Pineapple Coconut, the exotic combination of pineapple juice and coconut flavouring, contains natural caffeine from green coffee beans and Guarana extract to give consumers the boost they need in the morning. It, too, is made without any artificial sweeteners or sugar, but rather with just a hint of natural dextrose.

    The water contains calcium, magnesium, sodium, chlorine, hydro carbonates, sulphates, silica and TDS in various quantities. The filtration process through gold helps it maintain its natural and pure flavor. The company produces 11,000 liters of Gize an hour but would not disclose the amount of gold used in their filtration process. Gize is also the only company in the world to use Gold in production of its filtered water.