Lalpina Hydrogen Founder Alfred Culbreth on Separating Noise from Naturalism

Los Angeles, California, UNITED STATES


PLAYA VISTA, Calif., Sept. 29, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In our daily life we’ve become accustomed to seeing words like ‘organic,’ ‘all-natural’ or similar catch phrases on an increasing number of food and beverage labels, even on those found in traditional retail outlets. Enough, one could argue, to cause some to question the actual value behind the proposition. Count Lalpina Hydrogen founder Alfred Culbreth as one who does.

“I think consumers are in serious ‘organic’ overload,” he quips, fingers making quotes around the word ‘organic,’ his athletic frame straightening. “When every other product on the market says it’s somehow organically or naturally made, free of this or reduced of that, yet the contents are loaded with fourteen-letter chemical names you’ve never heard of, it just becomes noise at some point, where, despite the buzzwords, you know your body may still be getting compromised from a health perspective. So, the question becomes: what product can you go to and trust for a pure experience?”

As Culbreth sees it, any organic product must be produced with a top-to-bottom commitment to naturalism. While that term may not seem to befit a former Raytheon engineer and AT&T data consultant who made a fortune in the telecommunications industry, Culbreth has truly walked the walk. One day in the late 1990’s, feeling run down from many years of a life of, in his words, “material excess,”  he realized that for all his monetary success, he was spiritually dead. This led to an awakening during which he retired from corporate life, enlisted the aid of a spiritual guide, started practicing yoga and began to rid himself systematically of all synthetic and toxic stimuli, especially food and drink.

His commitment to naturalism eventually led to the creation of Lalpina Water, producing high quality alkaline drinking water in glass bottles. Lalpina Hydrogen followed, and Culbreth’s commitment has not wavered one bit.

“Hydrogen is one of the most basic building blocks of life on the planet,” he enthused, “and hydrogen-infused water combines my love of engineering with my love of naturalism, so this is our best product yet--and we believe it will also become our most successful.”

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