KUDOS: Marina Fakiris
New Yorker Marina Fakiris has started a nonprofit foundation to distribute medical devices to the elderly suffering from metabolic, cardiovascular, cerebrovascular, and musculoskeletal diseases, as well as from cognitive impairment, dementia, and depression. The elderly community is the most overlooked population, according to Fakiris. One of the free devices to be given to elderly people is an electrolyzed reduced water machine from Kangen.
Accumulating evidence has shown that electrolyzed reduced water (ERW) is health beneficial, and it suppresses oxidative stress-related diseases such as diabetes, cancer, arteriosclerosis and neurodegenerative diseases. ERW can be found in a handful of places around the world, and there is a machine that mimics what nature does so these benefits can be enjoyed at home.
The elderly population is also more likely to be taking medication, many of which dehydrate the body. ERW hydrates the cells and balances the body. People are made of mostly hydrogen and ERW is molecularly clustered hydrogen water. Fakiris has experienced the benefits of ERW in her own cancer healing journey.
“I am very passionate about what I do as it feeds my soul. Every person I help in their healing journey gives great joy to my heart,” she says.
For more information or a demonstration, call Marina Fakiris at 646-801-0171. To donate to the foundation, visit GoFundMe.com/f/funds-raised-will-help-launch-the-foundation.