Something else has been identified as a potential health hazard in our water. To add to the cocktail of potential contaminants that flow out of taps across America, salt has recently been identified as the latest water worry.
How Our Soil Gets Salty
Increased use of road salt is a major cause, as is mining, fossil-fuel production and the use of some fertilizers. The salt seeps into the ground where excessive sodium dislodges the stable soil minerals such as calcium and potassium, changing the composition of the soil itself.
Of course, whatever is in the soil will end up seeping through to our water supply. The salty water eventually trickles through the layers of rock and vegetation and reaches rivers and lakes. Aside from upsetting the delicate eco-balance of its environment, water that contains too much salt doesn’t taste good. Too much salt can be harmful to health, particularly for people who need a low-sodium diet.
Salt is Corrosive
But the real risk for millions of people comes from the effect that salt has on the already-decaying pipelines that criss-cross the country. Salt is corrosive and contributes to breakdown of the pipeline metals, leading to potentially harmful chemicals and contaminants leaking into the water supply.
Drinking tap water should be safe, but the reality is that quite often, it’s not. So what’s the alternative?
Hold the Salt and Drink Tyent Water!
The two-bank filters in a Tyent ionizer remove over 200 contaminants, including up to 99% of lead, mercury, beryllium, uranium and fluoride.
What’s more, Tyent Water is replete with health-boosting minerals and naturally occurring hydrogen to support your immune system, increase your energy levels and help to counter the damaging effects of free radicals.
We all need to drink lots of fresh water every day. It’s vital that our water is clean and good for our health, rather than potentially harming it.
Find Out More
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