Do you buy bottled water? Do you drink water out of the tap in your home? Do you drink water from a fountain at work?
Where does it all come from? Not all water, either bottled or from a faucet at home, is safe to drink. To put this article’s message bluntly:
- – – – – YOUR WATER MAY BE MAKING YOU SICK! – – – – –
You need to do two things:
For starters, if you buy water, find out where it comes from. Find out what the bottlers do to it before it gets to you.
I drink bottled water exclusively because I want the water I drink to meet acceptable levels of cleanliness and purity. I go for ultra purified water.
If you fall on the side of spring water, you also need to know what the levels of cleanliness and purity are. And, you need to know how often your water is tested. What are the results of each periodic test?
Do you drink tap water at home? Where does this water come from? How often is this water tested? What are the reports? Where do they come from? How pure is this water?
Beyond that, what about the pipes bringing this water to your home? The pipes in my home are older than I am which puts them in the over-80 range. I do not drink water from these pipes.
And, I do not drink from water fountains.
This article focuses on two issues. The first issue is that of cleanliness. The second issue is about the money. You may be paying money for water that is neither clean nor even safe. You may be wasting your money.
Your water costs may be a rip off.
We all want to buy food, drink, and cleaning products that are healthy. Water is our healthiest drink. Water keeps us hydrated. It has no calories and is necessary for our bodies to function.
When you are a good water consumer, you may enjoy better health.
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