Benefits of Pure Water

Poor water habits mean poor health

Because of the deteriorating quality of our tap water, voluntary dehydration has become a widespread condition, one which may have serious long-term medical consequences.

Most of us have heard about the importance of water, yet most of us are also suffering of dehydration. We believe we only need water when we experience a 'dry mouth'. This misunderstanding has mean many of us suffer from dehydration and its associated health problems like migraines, headaches, hypertension, asthma, allergies and arthritic pain.

In order to maintain proper hydration, adults require at least one and a half to two litre's of water every day... about six to eight glasses.

Our body is around 70% water, and it needs good, clean water to maintain proper health and function, but most of us don't understand the importance of water in our lives.

Water is essential for the digestion of food, the transport of food to the tissues, the elimination of body wastes, the circulation of body fluids and for the regulation of body tempera tire. Our blood is 90% water and even our brains are 85% water!

Water - plain, properly filtered water - is an overlooked and essential nutrient and may be your missing ingredient to a healthier, more vibrant, and longer life.

The quality of your drinking water us important to your health and may be a missing and vital link in your overall health program.