Best Water Sources include carbon filtration The list of best water sources in order of preference: “Spring water” from glass bottles. In the USA, as long as the bottle label says “Spring Water”, it must by U.S. law come from a real spring and cannot be filtered tap… Read More »Best Sources of Drinking Water include Carbon Filtration
Water Filter Facts
Our Water Filter Facts articles attempt to answer your common questions. Why use water filter in the home? Why do we need to remove chlorine from our drinking water? How important is healthy water that is alive?
We need at least eight glasses of clean DRINKING water daily Water is one of the most essential elements for good health: It is necessary for the digestion and absorption of food. It supplies oxygen and nutrients to the cells. It rids the body of wastes. It regulates… Read More »We Need to Purify Water, Especially Our Drinking Water, at the Point-of-Use
Disinfection By-Products Disinfection-By-Products, or DBPs, are contaminants (some of them cancer-causing) that are left behind by the very chemical (chlorine) that utility authorities use to disinfect and make their water potable. About 15 years ago, scientific testing identified chlorine as a potential health hazard, but it is not chlorine… Read More »Water Filtration at Point-of-Use to Remove Trihalomethanes
The Hidden Dangers of Consuming Chlorinated Water Chlorine destroys vitamin B, C and E. Its potential dangers are linked to high cholesterol deposits, heart attacks, strokes, kidney/respiratory damage and even cancer. Chlorine causes cholesterol to be deposited in arteries. Furthermore, chlorine reacts with humic acid from decaying matter… Read More »Using a Chlorine Filter to Eliminate The Hidden Dangers of Chlorinated Water
Pollution of Our Water is Extensive The world uses over 35,000 types of chemicals. Another 1,000 types are added annually. These chemicals find their way, by means of industrial and chemical wastes, into rivers, reservoirs and lakes. These rivers, reservoirs and lakes are our sources of drinking water.… Read More »How Safe is our Drinking Water?
It is Clean, Pure, and Anti-Pathogenic Fresh unpolluted natural water is healthy, self-cleansing, and resistant to disease-causing microbes. The precise reason for this is not yet known, but research at the Adolfo Lutz Institute in Sao Paulo, Brazil shows that living water inhibits the proliferation of many types… Read More »Special Properties of Healthy Water
In the early 1900’s, Austrian naturalist and scientist Victor Schauberger coined the term “living water” after he discovered that natural hexagonal, snowflake-like water clusters are found in healing waters around the world, and that this geometrical structure is what gives the water its healing properties. Some of the… Read More »Healthy Living Water is the Secret to a Long Healthy Life
We Need to Drink about 2.6 litres of Water Every Day Our bodies consist of at least 60% – 70% water. Water is involved in almost bodily function. Water requirements vary greatly from person to person. On average, we need about 2.6 litres of water daily to allow… Read More »Functions of Water in the Body
Healthy Water versus Dead Water Not all water hydrates cells and supports life functions equally. Healthy water can easily penetrate the cells and perform all of its functions. Dead water, on the other hand, must be reformed and revitalized by the body before it can do its job.… Read More »Are You Drinking Dead Water or HEALTHY Water?