We hope you‚Äôre loving our 10-part series on how a water ionizer compares to other means of getting your drinking water.¬† So far, we‚Äôve looked at a few types of machine and equipment, and today we‚Äôre examining how water ionizers stack up against the ubiquitous bottled water.
Have You Got the Bottle?¬†
Bottled water is undeniably convenient.¬† Widely available to the point of saturation, to use a suitably watery metaphor; most of us are probably only a few feet away from a bottle of water at any time.
Handily, bottled water comes in lots of different guises to suit your pocket and tastes.¬† Mineral water, spring water‚Ä¶even alkaline water is available in a bottle.¬† Importantly, it‚Äôs also …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 10, 2016 12:00 pm
Back in 2008, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) found that 10 top brands of bottled water contained contaminants such as disinfectant by-products, pain medication and fertilizer residue.
Even if the beverage¬†industry has cleaned up its act since then, there‚Äôs still the worry that plastic leaches controversial carcinogen Bisphenal A (BPA) into the bottled water.¬† No one is certain about the long-term effects of imbibing the estrogen-mimicking chemical, so wobbly reassurances along the lines of ‚Äúit seems to be alright so far‚Ä¶‚ÄĚ is pretty much the best we have.
So how about using ‚Äúsafe‚ÄĚ reusable plastic bottles instead?¬† When Treadmill reviews commissioned environmental testing laboratory services company EmPak P&K to test 12 different types of portable plastic water …