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8 Important Things You Must Know Before Buying Your Next Bottle Of Water

  1. Read the label – does it say reverse osmosis? The World Health Organization released a report stating that reverse osmosis water "has a definite adverse influence on the animal and human organism." Reverse osmosis water is usually acidic. (Read More)
  1. Deionised water has had ionized impurities and minerals removed from it but not bacteria or pathogens. (Read More)
  1. Is it distilled water? That’s no better than reverse osmosis water. It is the same dead water and when it is consumed, it also leaches minerals from the body. This means that the minerals being consumed in food and vitamins are being urinated away. (Read More)
  1. Beware the word ‘’purified’’ - as it is just a smart way how some brands hide that they have reverse osmosis or distilled water. (Read More)
  1. Term ionized or ionization. Ionized water doesn’t have a stable pH which means that in 3 days its pH drops from the moment it has been produced. This is a reason why several brands on back of their labels state that ‘’our water is so good that you can’t test the pH of it with a pH test’’. (Read More)
  1. Mineral water is natural artesian water, coming from an underground source, and contains at least 250 parts per million (ppm) of dissolved solids, including minerals and trace elements. (Read More)
  1. Plastic bottles usually contain BPA and other toxins, which is why, look for PET plastic bottles that are safe and there is no BPA present. PET itself is biologically inert if ingested, is dermally safe during handling and is not a hazard if inhaled. (Read More)
  1. Check the source of bottled water. Many brands use municipal tap water, which then is being purified so you pay for bad health. Choose artesian or spring water that is being mineralized. (Read More)