How many days can a person survive without drinking water?
Only 3 days…
How many days can a person survive without food? They say about 3 weeks (Gandhi went through 21 days of complete starvation).
Time to focus on the most important element for life…
All you have to do now is…
Purify your water.
Are you unsure of how safe your drinking water is for you and your family?
Want to save money on expensive bottled water? Would you love to have the convenience of no more heavy water jugs or cases?
Look no further, here are the answers to the most common questions about your drinking water.
Drinking water is about getting to grips with two main things:
People have become weary of drinking tap water so they end up lugging cases of water bottles instead.
Tap water has a bad rap and it does not have the multi million-dollar ad budget the bottled water industry spends. However, there are issues about water, both tap and bottled, and I will put a magnifying lens on them for you, read on.
In order to prevent frustration and avoid unnecessary risk the answer is to filter and purify our water. At home. We can help you solve these issues without throwing your budget out of the window, we’ll get to that in a moment.
You will be able to open the faucet and get clean, great tasting water, to drink, cook and wash your organic produce.
Most people resort to buying bottled water because it seems “safe”, “aseptic”, "sanitized”, “sterilized”, right?
Do you buy bottled water?
Do they really bottle spring water – like water coming out from a pristine forest, an ancient aquifer or a tropical heaven?
Most of the time we do not know what we’re paying for… until now!
Here you’ll find all sorts of astonishing information about bottled water to inform the decisions you make for your family’s well-being.
For example, did you know bottled water has a ‘best by’ date? Yes, most people have no clue, find out more here.
There is also the issue of bottled water recalls and what they mean.
Here you will find handy information about little known issues related to your drinking water, things that might be true about the water you consume right at home and you are not aware of.
These are the most common complaints about drinking water:
However, these are just the ‘symptoms’, what is critical is what is in the water that is causing these issues in the first place. And, if you allow us, this is where we can help you know exactly what’s happening in your home.
The quality of the water you have at home depends on your town, the age of your house, the water system it belongs to and the specific characteristics of the liquid that comes out of your faucet.
This means the presence of contaminants such as chemicals, metals, parasites, bacteria and particles. I assume you are interested in knowing.
It’s different in every home. The good news is that you can take a look at all of these contaminants and how they relate to your specific circumstances.
Just like we carefully choose the best vegetables and fruit to feed our family, shouldn’t we be more careful about the water we drink?
Are you drinking enough water daily? From my own experience I can tell you that as soon as you start drinking more water you’ll be going to the bathroom every 5 minutes, ugh!…. But 2 or 3 weeks in, that will no longer be the case, you will go to the bathroom normally, I promise.
All the information you will find in this website about water is meant to make you aware of what is going on and then ease your mind by offering you a solution to protect your family.
If you happen to live in New Jersey and want specific information about the water in your home, contact me here.
Let’s dive in!