Are you one of the 63% of people in America worried about the ongoing water crisis?Â The data from Gallup’s annual Environment poll, which was conducted in March 2017, shows that a large majority of people are concerned about the safety of their drinking water.
Gallup first started tracking polled results regularly in 1999.Â The findings show that people are more worried about water safety than they have been since 2001.Â …
We all need to drink around 2 liters of water every day to stay properly hydrated.Â That still applies to anyone with a sedentary lifestyle or sitting at a desk job.Â But sometimes, our bodies need more.
A Thirst for Fitness!Â
If you play sports, take an exercise class, go hiking or enjoy any of the fantastic fitness opportunities available to most of us — you need …
Donâ€™t even think about hitting the beach or lakeside this summer without making sure you have the essentials.Â In sun-soaked Australia, a popular health campaign recommended that people should “Slip, Slop, Slap.”Â In other words: “Slip on a shirt, slop on the sunscreen and slap on a hat.”Â
Sun Safety and Water Ionizers
That original advice has now been extended to “Slip, Slop, …
Special thanks to guest bloggerÂ Lori Shemek, Ph.D.Â
When we think of anti-aging, most people conjure up a plethora of creams, potions or outright notions. However, aging more youthfully or what I refer to as â€śYouthingâ€ť begins not merely on the outside of the body, but the inside of the body.
When you think about how the body responds to healthy, nutrient-dense foods, water and other healthful choices, you canâ€™t deny the obvious fact, that keeping our cellular machinery …
We learned a little more this week about how lead ended up flowing out the taps in Flint.Â Researchers at the University of Michigan have released their forensic conclusions on how the crisis took shape.
The “Swiss Cheese” Evidence
Officials had put forward a claim that failure to add anti-corrosion chemicals hadnâ€™t impacted on the eventual contamination of the water.Â This assertion was undermined by the researchersâ€™ …
We love busting myths.Â Especially the ones that relate to water ionizers!Â The wonder of all of the information flowing freely around the internet is that inevitably, myths and inaccuracies start to emerge.
Weâ€™ve taken hold of 5 popular myths that seem to crop up regularly, in order to bust them!
Ionized Water is Like Regular Water. Well, why not start with the Big One?Â We know this myth inside out.Â Every drop
A water ionizer is usually a bigger investment than a standard, faucet-mounted water filter, so how do they compare?
Whatâ€™s In the Water? With a point-of-use water filter, you need to start with your source water and whatâ€™s in it.Â No water filter of this kind is going to remove all organic, chemical and toxic contaminants.Â You need to know that the type of filter you opt for
Reverse osmosis water units are important in survival situations or in war zones where the usual water infrastructure has broken down, for example.Â The idea is that dirty water is pumped through a semi-permeable membrane, which removes salt, some bacteria and other contaminants.
Want the Good News First?Â
The good news?Â It works.Â Nearly everything is removed from the water.Â The bad news?Â That includes the good stuff — the elements we need our …