Bottled Water – An All Around Bad Investment

Posted by: Rhona Reid On August 6, 2014 4:54 pm

 

The High Cost of Clean Water…is Rising

 

 

 

carafe-of-clean-and-dirty-water    Have you ever wondered what the annual costs are of drinking bottled water?  Probably not.  There is much to consider when figuring out the price.  Here are five facts that most bottled water drinkers probably don’t think about before they open that cooler door at the store and grab a bottle.

 

Green 5

 

  • Americans buy 50 billion plastic bottles of water each year

 

  • It requires 17 million barrels of oil to produce those bottles

 

  • We only recycle plastic at a rate of 23% so 38 billion bottles hit the landfill annually

 

  • The recommended 8 glasses of water a day will cost you about $50 from your tap yearly
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Tyent Ionized Alkaline Water versus Tap and Bottled Water

Posted by: Rhona Reid On May 21, 2014 6:08 pm

 

How Do Tap and Bottled Compare to Ionized Alkaline Water?

 

Lightning-on-the-ocean  Like many people today, you’ve probably heard that drinking ionized alkaline water is better for your health. Ever wonder why that is?  I have, and it raised some legitimate questions.

How can water that has been somehow electronically charged by a water ionization machine be any better for you than bottled or traditional tap water?  And if it truly is better, what are the differences?

 

Tap Water versus Ionized Alkaline Water

 

carafe-of-clean-and-dirty-water    By comparison, America has some of the cleanest drinking water available in the world but when you look more closely, you discover it is a far cry from actually being clean water.

 

*The risks

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