Why Reverse Osmosis for your home and your business?
It is important to protect drinking water from contamination for public health, economic, and environmental reasons. Contamination of water has many effects that we tend to ignore.
Water is necessary to all living things. It makes up approximately 70% of the human body’s weight and plays a role in its functions, such as digestion and cooling. Without clean drinking water, we could not survive. If the drinking water is contaminated, many health risks can result: bacteria can result in illnesses such as hepatitis or cholera; a component of gasoline, benzene, is known to be a carcinogen; lead causes kidney, liver, and nerve damage as well as pregnancy risks.
Contaminated water can also lead to inflammation of the intestinal track and eventually to infection.
Our water supply has been contaminated over the years. from oil spills to dumping of chemicals in our rivers and wells. Our drinking water is not safe if not treated.
Most municipalities have resorted to adding Chlorine to the water supply to kill bacteria. Fluoride is added too. The problem is that these chemicals are very harmful.
Exposure to excessive consumption of fluoride over a lifetime may lead to increased likelihood of bone fractures in adults, and may result in effects on bone leading to pain and tenderness. Children aged 8 years and younger exposed to excessive amounts of fluoride have an increased chance of developing pits in the tooth enamel, along with a range of cosmetic effects to teeth.
This health effects language is not intended to catalog all possible health effects for fluoride. Rather, it is intended to inform consumers of some of the possible health effects associated with fluoride in drinking water.
Chlorine, which is added to our drinking water is very dangerous. There are many studies that link it to cancer. Reverse Osmosis systems remove Chlorine.
One of the best ways to remove Chlorine and Fluoride is by using A reverse Osmosis system. It will remove both of these harmful chemicals in addition to other contaminants.
Water naturally suppresses the appetite and helps the body metabolize stored fat. Studies have shown that a decrease in water intake will cause fat deposits t increase, while an increase in water intake can actually reduce fate deposits. Water is quite possibly the single most important catalyst in achieving or maintaining desired weight. Most health authorities agree that for healthy living you should drink eight or more glasses of water every day. With these facts in mind we should consider water contamination facts:
Less than 1% of earth’s water is drinkable, fresh water. Untreated, this 1% can contain unhealthy chemical substances. Harmful, contaminated water is often reported in the news.
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