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Tap Water

Tap water is a healthier option than soft drinks or sport drinks. It is also much less expensive and much better for the environment than bottled water. But tap water is not perfect. According to the Environmental Working Group, 315 pollutants have been found in America’s tap water since 2004. More than half of these pollutants are completely unregulated—meaning they can legally exist in any amount. So when people question the safety of tap water, what can they do to keep their bodies properly hydrated safely?

What Do You Find In Public Drinking Water?

Rocket Fuel

Harmful to the thyroid and possibly carcinogenic -- is in the water of 20 million Americans.

Lead

Can cause brain damage, gets into drinking water from corroding pipes and faucets

Germs

Including coliform bacteria and Cryptosporidium, a microscopic disease-carrying protozoan.

Arsenic

Not safe at any level in drinking water, is in the drinking water of 22 million Americans.

Bottled Water

Bottled water is not necessarily healthier than tap water and yet it costs much more!
Although associated with healthy water, bottled water is not guaranteed to be any healthier than tap water. Often the only difference is the added minerals which have no proven health benefits.

A four-year study by the Natural Resources Defense Council
shows that 1/3 of the bottled water tested contains levels of contamination which exceed allowable limits. Bottled water can also be slightly acidic, which may affect your body's pH balance.

Independent labs that conducted testing for NRDC found
high levels of heterotrophic-plate-count bacteria in some samples, and in a few cases coliform bacteria. Finally, the environmental impact caused by the production and disposal of plastic bottles is harmful to our ecosystem.

Source: NRDC Report http://www.nrdc.org/water/drinking/bw/chap3.asp

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Reverse Osmosis Water

Reverse Osmosis is a filtering process, which may be effective in areas where municipally treated water is not available. It is also commonly used in bottled water facilities. While this process removes some unwanted materials, dangerous chemicals such as pesticides, herbicides, and chlorine are molecularly smaller than water and get through the filter and ultimately into your body. This filtering process also removes naturally occurring minerals that enhance the taste of water, keep the water naturally healthy, and work with the body’s own system. Finally, in order to produce just one gallon of filtered water, Reverse Osmosis wastes two to three gallons of water.

Reverse Osmosis

So What Is Healthy Drinking Water?
It's Ionized Alkaline Water

Hydration & Drinkability

Ionized alkaline water is rich in minerals, purged of impurities, and ionized through electrolysis. Ionized alkaline water is crisp, clear, and pure with a pleasant taste and natural minerals for your body's health.

Anti-Oxidant Free Radical Scavenging

Ionized alkaline water has a negative Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP) level. Think about how apple slices turn brown—that’s oxidation. Similarly, you should avoid food and beverages with positive ORP.

Detoxification

Water is the universal solvent that helps flush toxins and waste products from the body. With its negative ORP, ionized alkaline water is a powerful detoxifier that also neutralizes free radicals.

Delicious, Healthy Kangen Water®

Kangen Water® is ionized alkaline water. This technology was engineered in Japan over 40 years ago and is used in hundreds of thousands of homes throughout Japan and around the world. The Japanese word “kangen” is translated to mean, “return to origin,” water the way it was meant to be.

The Kangen Water® System filters your tap water and produces ionized alkaline water with five different pH levels that are perfect for food preparation, cooking, beauty, personal hygiene, cleaning, and sanitizing—in addition to drinking.

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