Water F.A.Q.’s

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers about why clean water is important to live healthy lives as well as water filtration and purification system FAQ’s.


Frequently asked questions about clean water

How Do I Get My Water Tested?

We prefer third party testing and provide a proposal to mitigate any problems found.These are the two companies we recommend for water testing. Indepth Water Testing Hall Environmental Analysis Laboratory

How Much Water Should You Drink Per Day?

Our bodies are made up of about 60% water. Our bodies are constantly losing water, mostly through sweat and urine. To prevent dehydration we need to drink an adequate amount of water to replenish. Health authorities commonly recommend consuming eight 8-ounce glasses of water every day.

Does drinking water help protect your heart?

Not only does water help you look healthy on the outside, it also protects the most important organ in your body — your heart. According to a study over the span of six years, those who drank at least five glasses of water per day were 41 percent less likely to suffer from a heart…

Can drinking water help with getting in shape?

Drinking water helps you look and feel your best. Want to get in the best shape of your life? Drinking water can help you reach your health and weight loss goals. Not only does it act as a natural appetite suppressant by helping you feel full faster, studies have shown that drinking a glass of…

Does drinking water have an effect on our mood and energy level?

Moody? Tired? You might just be dehydrated. Water has a bigger impact on our bodies than just quenching our thirst. When we don’t drink enough water, we can quickly become dehydrated, which can have a negative impact on our mood, energy levels and ability to think clearly. Researchers at the University of Connecticut’s Human Performance…

Can drinking water make you smarter?

While you may not know it, dehydration can reduce your ability to focus and concentrate on completing mental tasks. In fact, according to a study by the University of East London, a simple glass of water can help boost brain function by 14 percent.

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