Kangen Water - Jane Santucci's Blog

  • Terre Haute resident Brenna Deal graduated from Indiana State University with her Masters in Criminology. She spends her days educating folks about the power of water. Jilly Torrez with Kangen Water is Brenna’s mentor. Jilly studied psychology in college and has worked with water for nine years. “We have a whole water community. We are focused on educating people about water.  Our saying is, ‘wake up to water; wake up to yourself.’ 

    Brenna finds herself an advocate for water because water surrounds every portion of her life. From the oceans to our bodies. “When I started to wake up to water, it changed every aspect of my life, and I just want to share this gift of what I've learned about myself and my health,” Deal said. Jilly found herself with ovarian cysts when she was 21 and found water to be a way that helped to heal her body. “One of the biggest reasons I’m passionate about my mission to share about water is because we are water. We are 75% if not 99.9% water and our bodies, when dehydrated, experience so many issues, and the water seems to be the missing link,” Torrez explained. Jilly paints the picture that humans can look at the waters of the world, like the rivers and the oceans and the lakes, as the veins of the body; we are water. When we educate ourselves on water, we start taking our power back and becoming more sovereign.

    Brenna’s journey with water started during the pandemic in 2020. “I was terrified of my health. I looked around at my family and realized my partner's dad had been in the hospital on his deathbed, and I started to look at what I was consuming,” Deal explained. Through her journey, she found water and started to take more substantial control of her health. Brenna explains that the most powerful message that keeps coming back to her is that you can control your health. Once people start drinking more water, they start noticing how their body is acting differently, and they find their energy increasing and sleep issues diminishing.