3 Reasons to NEVER Drink Reverse Osmosis Water

Posted by: William Poole On April 30, 2016 9:00 am

 
Reverse osmosis. It’s a fancy scientific term to describe a process of water purification, but most people probably don’t know what reverse osmosis (RO) actually is.

Ridiculous scientist with chemistry liquid

That, in itself, is an issue because without understanding the process it is difficult to see the disadvantages of reverse osmosis. After reading this, you will understand that reverse osmosis water is not safe for human consumption long term, nor for the environment.

What is Reverse Osmosis?

Reverse osmosis is a process of removing contaminant from source water by applying pressure and running the water through a series of artificial, semi-permeable membranes. It is used around the world for many different water purification purposes.

At home RO machines are commonly used to “improve” …

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What is an Electrolyte and Why are they Good for Me?

Posted by: William Poole On December 4, 2015 9:00 am

Back in 1965, sports scientists at the University of Florida came up with a revolutionary idea. Why not put electrolytes into a drink to help athletes recover after vigorous activity?

Young man drinking after sport

After a period of trial and error, Gatorade was born. Named after the mascot of the school, Gatorade was even given some of the credit for the success of the football team that year. But, what are electrolytes and why are they good for people? Moreover, what kind of electrolytes can I get from drinking Tyent alkaline water?

What is an Electrolyte?

An electrolyte is any compound that conducts electricity when it is dissolved in a liquid. Salts, acids, and bases are examples of electrolytes. For example, one of the …

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