There’s a lot of competition for your money when it comes to different ways of drinking clean, safe water. Many people are unsure about how clean their regular tap water is. Understandably, they search for an alternative.
Water ionizers might cost more than water pitchers, but does the performance even compare?
Well, let’s see. A water-purifying pitcher is often better than nothing, but honestly? It’s a little like comparing a bicycle with a Ferrari. But why?
How Clean is Your Water?
A top-of-the-range water purifier is capable of slightly improving the quality of your source water and removing some unwanted elements. However, it’s more likely that the less sophisticated filters (that need to …
Let’s Do Some Comparative Shopping of Water Ionizer Brands
It is no secret that bottled water is big business. Each year, literally billions of dollars are spent by consumers the world over in search of a better alternative to tap water.
You can’t blame people for wanting to drink water that doesn’t contain all the dangerous chemicals found in city water, however, with prices averaging around $1.45 per bottle, that can get pretty expensive over the long haul and then there are quality issues as well.
Nearly 25% of all bottled water is merely glorified municipal water, which translates to tap water from another city that has been cleaned up by any number of processes. Not good. There are …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 23, 2014 5:00 pm
Buying Bottled Alkaline Water For Good Health?…Better Reconsider
The necessity of water for our survival on this planet is undisputed. Our bodies, our blood, and our organs, all are composed mainly of water. Water is the life giving lubricant that keeps our body and all its working parts functioning. Our very existence is dependent on the intake of water.
While water is paramount to life, equally as important is the quality of the water we put into our bodies. It only makes sense. Have you ever put cheap gas in your car only to discover that the engine knocked and pinged and your car didn’t have the smooth pick-up that it had before? It is the same with …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 2, 2014 4:16 pm
Pure Water, the Clear Choice
I was traveling last week and while passing through this little town I stopped at a country-cooking restaurant for something to eat. There were some cars in the parking lot, a good sign that the food might be decent. I tend to avoid eateries that have only the staff’s cars in the parking lot at the dinner hour.
Anyway, when the busy server reached my table he thoughtfully placed a glass of water down in front of me. I raised it to my lips and was about to take a sip when he said, “You probably shouldn’t drink that.” I stopped an inch short of my mouth. Frozen, I asked, “Why …
As I have written lately, you can’t open a newspaper, listen to the radio or turn on your television set without reading, hearing, or seeing something pertaining to water.
From the California drought to chemical spills in West Virginia and the algae blooms in Ohio, water is definitely in the news.
Today, it’s in New Jersey, where the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) announced last week (August 12th) that the capping of the two landfills in the townships of Cinnaminson and Duran, New Jersey, didn’t require any more action to be taken as the current measures have proven to be effective. The sites drew national attention when the federal government …
How Do Tap and Bottled Compare to Ionized Alkaline Water?
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
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.