Healthy Living Blog

You Never Miss the Water ‘Til the Well Has Run Dry – Irish Proverb

This March, there are plenty of people who are more concerned with plotting the best pub crawl route featuring bars selling green beer than with finding potable drinking water for their families. To be sure, we don’t begrudge anyone their Guinness on St. Patrick’s Day…but we do...
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(Filtered) Water For Weight Loss!

It’s the theme of every magazine’s January issue and of most adults’ lists of New Year’s resolutions: atonement. Specifically, atoning for the gluttony of the holidays…and all the cookies, fruitcakes, eggnogs and champagne that go along with them. Come January 2, gy...
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How Do Reverse Osmosis Filtration Systems Work?

Which Reverse Osmosis System? It can be challenging to determine what its the best filter filtration system for you home. Lets start with Reverse Osmosis point-of-use systems. How Do Reverse Osmosis Filtration Systems Work? The reverse osmosis process works simply by stripping regular water...
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Reverse Osmosis for Health

RO for Health When you think about the possible contaminants in your tap water it becomes clear that some form of water filtration is necessary for the health conscious. Bottled water hasn’t proven itself to be as pure or filtered as some would like for you to believe, and the environmenta...
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5 Water Filtration Facts - You'll Want To Get A Filter Today

So you’re still lugging home cases of water, adding dollars to your weekly grocery bill for an essential that comes gushing from your faucets for next to nothing? Yeah, we all want to provide the safest options for our families, but as it turns out, using an at-home water filter is not on...
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From Gully to Glass: How Municipal Water Treatment Works

Tap water- for many of us in the States, it’s one of those givens in life that’s so easy to take for granted.  We shower with it, clean our clothes, cars, and homes with it, and of course, we drink it. Water soaks the earth from rain clouds, fills our local rivers and lakes, and ...
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The Bottled Water Problem

From the office to the gym, bottled water is all around us. And while we fill our shopping carts with cases of it every week, it turns out that bottled water actually isn’t as safe or eco-friendly as we once thought. So to help you provide the safest drinking water for your family and reduc...
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The Last Drop: Staving Off a Water Crisis

Back in January, California governor Jerry Brown declared a drought emergency in his state, appealing to citizens to lower their water consumption by 20%. Fast forward 6 months to see that residents have trimmed their water usage by…a paltry 5%. The epidemic is so severe that California la...
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Nestle’s UN-Pure Life

Scarce is defined by Merriam-Webster’s dictionary as “deficient in quantity or number, compared with the demand” and clean water is the world’s scarcest resource. Currently 780 million people worldwide, 1 out of every 9, are unable to access clean water and in many cases, ...
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Bottled Water: A High Cost Inconvenience

Bottled water is the pet rock of the beverage industry.  Not only is it a wasteful commodity that puts extreme strain on the environment and personal economy it’s also detrimental to your health.  The big names in water like Coke, Pepsi and Nestle are running the industry by convi...
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Drinking Water: A Cloudy Past with a Clear Future

The great debate between bottled vs. tap vs. filtered water has stumped even the savviest consumers. The first sale of bottled water, originally for therapeutic purposes, was recorded in the 1760s. Fast-forwarding to modern day, bottled water is a thriving $100 billion a year industry. How have w...
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