What are the benefits of filtered water? How does impact your health?
Water is essential for life.
Drinking water that flows from the tap typically travels through miles of pipeline, picking up contaminants, pesticides and industrial run-off along the way. Your drinking water straight out of the tap has been disinfected with potential carcinogens like chlorine, ammonia and or chloramines, and also “fortified” with fluoride.
An alternative to tap water is bottled water. You may be surprised to learn that bottled water is virtually unregulated and beyond that it’s polluting and poisoning our waters and wildlife. Not to mention is just wasteful.
Here Are The 3 Top Benefits Of Filtered Water:
ONE. Filters Out Contaminants Reducing The Risk Of Gastrointestinal Diseases - Filtered water reduces the risk of gastrointestinal diseases by removing cryptosporidium and giardia. Both are intestinal infections that lead to bouts of nausea, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps.
Filtered water is then especially important for pregnant women and children who are more susceptible helps support natural growth and development in children and may help reduce the risk of birth defects in pregnant women.
TWO. Reduces Carcinogenic By-Products - A by-product of disinfecting water with chlorine are disinfection by-products (DBPs). DBPs have been known to cause a range of cancers, namely rectal cancer, colon cancer, and bladder cancer. Filtering water gets rid of DBPs as well as arsenic, who poses a serious risk to human health. Filtered water is simply reduces harmful carcinogenic toxins.
THREE. Tastes Good Retaining Healthy Mineral Deposits - Filtered water retains all the natural mineral deposits that make it taste good while filtering out harmful contaminants. Tap water has a chlorine taste and smell. Distilled water is tasteless, as it lacks many natural mineral deposits of calcium and magnesium that are necessary and give water it’s great taste.
Under-the-counter filters, countertop filters, pitcher systems and whole house systems are inexpensive, ways to filter your drinking water.
Under-the-counter filtration systems are installed on your kitchen countertop and the filtration system is located typically under the sink or in an out of sight location.
Countertop systems require minimal installation (a small hose, but no permanent fixtures), and take up only few inches of counter space.·The water pressure from your tap forces water through the filtration process, removing contaminants.
Water pitchers are portable, need no installation and fit easily in the fridge. The investment is small, however filters need frequent replacement which is not as cost effective as other filtration systems.
Whole house filter systems provide purified water throughout your house for pennies a day.
Enjoy great tasting natural drinking water without all those nasty contaminants. Start filtering today!
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