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What kind of water is healthy

Water. Water, an essential nutrient. For one thing and not for the other. Water is an important basis for our body and for our health. But what is the healthiest water now? Does a water filter really make for healthier water? And is there a difference between bottled waters? Prevent muscle pain by drinking water.

Before we dive into the depth over which water is best for you, it might be nice to know why water is so important. We all know that our body of 75% consists of water. That is because your organs, cells and tissues need moisture all day long to function properly. Waste is discharged through water (sweat, urine) and your body stays healthy. So you can imagine that, if you drink a glass of water, every cell in your body benefits and that water absorbs water. What kind of water you drink is therefore very important! Can you lose weight by drinking water.

Filtered spring water, so water directly from nature, has been filtered for you by mother earth for hundreds of years. This water is not polluted by our society and still contains all the minerals and vitamins that make our cells happy. You get this water in health food stores and (yes, they exist!) Water shops. Drink plenty of water! Give the body what it needs: Water.

Glass bottles vs. plastic bottles

Very important: never buy your water in a plastic bottle, but always in a glass bottle. The production of plastic packaging uses Bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical that can disrupt the hormonal system in your body. This also applies to other drinks. This is the reason that the Tastea tea beaker (which you can also simply use water in) is BPA-free and contains a filter that prevents tea rust.

Tap water or bottled water?

If you do not buy natural spring water, but just mineral water from the supermarket, then stop right away. In fact, just 40% of these bottles have tap water. Moreover, unhealthy substances have often been added to bottled water. Discarded money, and also not friendly to mother earth, which continuously free and for nothing filters water for you. Tap water then? No, not either. A lot of tap water contains chlorine or lead. The latter often occurs in older homes with old pipes that give lead. This is very harmful to health.

Basic and alkaline water

The pH value, or acidity, measures how acidic (alkaline) or alkaline water is. Neutral water has a pH value of 7. The higher the number, the more basic and the healthier. At least, that is claimed by many health gurus. They say that your water should be as basic as possible, as well as the products you eat. For example, sugar is alkaline and most vegetables are basic.

Best alternative: water filters

The best alternative for natural spring water is filtered water. This will remove a lot of harmful substances from the water and some filters even add healthy minerals! You can filter your water in different ways. A filter can is the cheapest option, but also the least purifying. In any case, it will be healthier than bottled water or tap water. Another cheap variant is the use of ionizers. These devices provide tap water of ions making it more basic. Ions are molecules that have received an electrical charge: negative ions. For example, these float much more in nature than in an office space. It is incidentally at your residence how alkaline the tap water is. In the more expensive classes there are 4- in-1 home systems that filter, but also add minerals and vitamins and make the water alkaline. What do you prefer to use?


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