Water

 

Water is an essential element to health. The water we drink, use, and bathe in should be free from contaminants in order to rejuvenate and sustain your health, vitality and mental clarity.

Our municipal water is treated to remove harmful viruses and bacteria. However, this water often contains sediments, chlorine, fluoride and other minerals and chemicals, meaning that our bodies are unable to make use of such water efficiently.

Sub-optimal water can have a significant impact on your health. An estimated 75 percent of people have mild, chronic dehydration.

The importance of water quality

Adequate hydration is essential for your body to function at all, let alone optimally. for Not all water sources are unsafe, but even the most pristine-looking source can make you sick. By evaluating the water processes suitable to and support your health, you ensure that a quality of this essential element that sustains your health.

We consider the following:

  • filters vs. purifiers

  • types of water filters and water purifiers

  • industry standards and compliance

  • water treatment best practices

 

Upgrade your water quality at home or at work

 

research

A vast array of pharmaceuticals are washed into our water, including antibiotics, painkillers, pesticides, and sex hormones. Studies have shown that exposure to disinfection products during pregnancy, and at much lower levels than limits set by the Environmental Protection Agency is associated with miscarriage and birth defects. You are exposed to these If you are drinking, showering, and bathing in municipal water.

Over 600 toxic disinfection byproducts have been identified in the water that we drink. Only four are regulated by the EPA. Physicians for Social Responsibility advise pregnant women, infants, and young children to avoid disinfection byproducts which exist in all chlorinated tap water.