What Do You Do When The Doctor Says “You Have Congestive Heart Failure”

Bob Boyce is the inventor of Water Smacker!  Bob’s testimony that will show you how ill he was and how he overcame congestive heart failure by drinking a gallon a day of micro-cluster, ionized and energized water produced by Water Smacker!

Congestive Heart Failure Healed!

Mainly observation on my part. On March 10th of 2016, I had a heart attack. 10 days later I had a triple Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG). All of those are medical facts with supporting medical documentation. I had 3 coronary arteries that were extremely occluded with calcified plaques. An imaging done a month earlier showed these calcified plaques, but I did not get the imaging results until after the triple CABG had been done.

I had worked in the Washington DC area all through 2015 and into early 2016, so I did not have access to my water. The location I was at only had Deer Park water in a water cooler. The foods I had to eat there consisted of a lot of starches and other not so healthy foods, cooked in Canola oil.

Not only did my coronary arteries get plugged up, but my melanoma cancer also came back out of remission. After my triple CABG, I went home, I went back to drinking my water, and started my recovery. I had to go through multiple imaging sessions in order to get prepared for surgery to remove the cancer. The surgeon that was to perform my cancer surgery wanted assurance from my cardiologist that I had recovered from my triple CABG enough to have the surgery. By the time everything was arranged, many months had passed. The cardiologist had me go through a cardiac stress test. Now this is the same cardiologist that diagnosed me with Congestive Heart Failure back in 2002. He was amazed, said that I had no sign of CHF. He asked me what I did to heal my heart. I told him the CHF had gone away years ago after I started drinking charged water. ( Bob drank a gallon of Smacked Water per day! )

He told me there was no cure for CHF. I was due to have another imaging session at the beginning of this year, so I had it done. The results were very surprising to my doctor. Not only were my grafts clear of plaques, but the original coronary arteries that had been bypassed were also clear, with no sign of the calcified plaques that had occluded them. I had a cardiac echo done which showed no signs of plaque, and they checked my carotid arteries and found no plaque. I’m not a very healthy eater, as I do eat at fast food restaurants quite often due to my frequent travels. I avoid Canola and soybean oils, cook with coconut oil and bacon or hamburger grease, and I eat at least 3 fresh eggs each and every day. I eat deli meats, cheese, fish, and lots of chicken. I avoid heat-n-eat microwave foods and other highly processed foods. And I minimize my wheat intake. I lost about 55 lbs after my cardiac surgery. My doctor was getting concerned, so I started eating more to put a stop to my sudden weight loss. I gained about 15 lbs back.

Bob Boyce™ Inventor of Water Smacker

What Happens to Kidneys If You Drink Diet Coke & No Water? 

When a person drinks Diet Coke instead of water, serious medical conditions will arise. Not drinking water will have a negative effect primarily on the kidneys. Diet Coke appeals to diabetics and to those who are dieting because it has no sugar or calories. Diet Coke has ingredients such as phosphoric acid, sodium, high fructose corn syrup, caffeine and aspartame; if not moderately consumed, these ingredients can cause health problems.


The kidneys perform many functions in order to keep the blood in your body clean and chemically balanced. According to the National Kidney and Urologic Disease Information Clearinghouse, each day the kidneys process around 200 qts. of blood to filter out around 2 qts. of extra water and waste products; the extra water and waste flow to the bladder through the ureter tubes, and are stored in the bladder as urine until the body releases it through urination. 


Certain foods are either acidic or alkaline. The pH level of the blood fluctuates depending on the the food you consume. The blood pH level is normally 7.34 to 7.45, slightly on the alkaline side. Diet Coke, or any any soda, has a pH of around 2.51 — it’s the most acidic beverage you can drink, according to eMed Expert website. Water has a pH level of 7.0 (neutral) and battery acid has a pH level of 1.0. Diet Coke contains phosphoric acid, and when it mixes with the hydrochloric acid in the stomach, it can affect the stomach’s functions. Food may remain undigested which will cause bloating, gas and indigestion, according to eMed Expert.


According to Medline Plus, A Service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine, one of the primary functions of the kidneys and lungs is to help restore and maintain proper pH. Research has proven that drinking cola in large quantities will result in kidney problems, specifically kidney stones, eMed Expert notes. In order for your body to maintain a healthy blood pH of 7.34 to 7.45, it must buffer the acidity of the soda with alkaline minerals. Kidney stones form when your urine has various minerals and acids that are out of balance; calcium is one alkaline mineral that buffers the acid in your body; as the calcium is eliminated through your urine it may, over time, form kidney stones.


According to the Mayo Clinic website, water makes up about 60 percent of your body weight and is one of the most important chemical components of your body. Water is important in flushing out toxins from your vital organs, it helps carry nutrients to your cells and it provides your tissues with a moist environment. Dehydration can result from a lack of water. If you don’t get an adequate amount of water daily your body will not function properly. According to the Mayo Clinic, a healthy diet includes 64 oz. of water a day.


One of the most harmful ingredients in Diet Coke is the artificial sweetener aspartame, according to eMed Expert. The three chemicals that make up aspartame, aspartic acid, phenylalanine and methanol, will form known carcinogens, such as formaldehyde and formic acid once digested, according to eMed Expert. However, the FDA has said aspartame is a safe additive. Caffeine is a known diuretic, which means that you will urinate more frequently, and you will actually become more thirsty after drinking a Diet Coke. According to Mayo Clinic, drinking 500 to 600 mg of caffeine daily can be harmful to the body and cause irregular heartbeat, tension, insomnia, muscle tremors and irritability.