PFAS (Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) is a group of man-made, carcinogenic chemicals that have been all over modern life for years; from non-stick pans and stain-resistant carpets to packaging and waterproof clothing.
This highly toxic substance is no longer discharged in industrial water drainage – but it’s not consigned to history either.
The truth is that PFAS might be in your drinking water…so keep reading to learn more about:
This type of water has a pH level of 8 or 9.5, with the optimal drinking level being a 9.5 pH. Alkaline water has a higher pH level than the neutral pH of regular drinking water.
With reduced viscosity, alkaline water aids in circulating blood and oxygen more efficiently throughout the body. It is beneficial for those with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and high sugar levels.
It also contains antioxidants that help protect the body from harmful free radicals.
Here’s Why You Should Avoid Drinking Reverse Osmosis Water
What Is Reverse Osmosis?
“Reverse osmosis water” is a fancy scientific term used by many these days. You produce it through reverse osmosis (RO), obviously. It is a process of purifying water, but most people don’t know what an RO system is.
It is an issue for one crucial reason.
Without understanding how the reverse osmosis filtration works, it is difficult
What’s the newest advancements in water technology? Can we talk about cacti for a moment? Those iconic, prickly stalwarts of countless movies and cartoons depicting dry, airless deserts are amazing things and we don’t use the word lightly. Like any other living thing, cacti need water to live. As they usually live in parched, arid conditions, cacti have developed incredible systems in order to survive.
Those prickles are actually leaves, modified to prevent roaming animals from eating the plant, but also to conserve water. Their roots are shallow but spread widely, in order to grab as much rainfall as they can, given the opportunity. Some varieties of cacti can soak up 200 gallons of …
So, we know that greens are good for us and why; but what makes the sunny side of the fruit bowl so nutritious?
Sunny and Scrumptious!
So much of our favorite fresh, delicious produce comes in the glorious colors of the sunrise and sunset. From the cheery, zingy looks of citrus and the warm hue of mango and peaches, to the rich autumnal glow of squash and bright buttery corn — it all looks and tastes great!
What’s in Them?
So what exactly is packed into these brilliantly-colored foods that makes them so good for us?