Components of Good Quality Water
An excerpt from Quality Drinking Water.com helps us understand what water is used for inside our bodies.
“Water works as a lubricant for our joints and it flows throughout our bodies. It fills nearly every space of our body and acts as a protective shock absorber. It also helps to form the structure of protein and glycogen.
Water is the source that carries nutrients to our cells and also helps to transport the waste from those cells out of the body. Clean water is a health benefit for the functioning of the kidneys. Drinking more of the precious yet abundant fluid could lower the risk of developing kidney stones and gallstones.
Our energy levels can also be affected by the amount of water we drink. Being properly hydrated is critical to the proper functioning of our bodies.”
From all this, we can see that drinking the right amount of GOOD QUALITY water is far more beneficial to ourselves than simply keeping headaches and fatigue at bay.
What should we look for in water quality? Or more importantly – what should we avoid at all costs when it comes to the water we drink?
Chemicals in Water
Make sure your water is chemical-free; there is no point (or benefit) in drinking chemical-laden water, as the chemicals may do more harm than the water may do good.
Minerals in Water
Minerals are essential for taste as well as water quality, but too much calcium (for instance) may be less beneficial to those looking to use the water to flush the system of toxins.
pH in Water:
Water pH can be the determining factor in high-quality vs low-quality water. Make sure your pH is in the right range by reading our article on water pH here.
High-quality water is essential to keep us hydrated, healthy and happy. Make sure you’re getting 8 glasses of nothing but the best.
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