Water is the foundation of health and one of our 3 ways to wellness!
How much do you really know about the water you should be drinking?
You probably have plenty of questions - and fortunately, we have all the answers.
Unwise Water Options
Not recommended for drinking. Acidic and chemically treated. Lifeless water that contains many contaminants.
Quality is unregulated. Recent studies found over 24,500 chemicals in plastic water bottles. Plastic bottles are very harmful to the environment.
Remove acids including beneficial silicic acid to produce “acid-free” tap water.
Removes most contaminants, except acids (which are liquids and gases) including acid rain, industrial waste, and chemical by-products.
Carbon Block Filters
Insufficient as a stand-alone filter. Produces acidic water that is loaded with contaminants.
We’ve partnered with PristineHydro® to offer a total solution for nutrient-dense water needs.
The Only System That Does It All
Acids, which are liquids and gases, pass-through Reverse Osmosis Membranes ending up in the product water you drink. Ionizers remove acids by disrupting the water with electrolysis which also removes the beneficial silicic acid. PristineHydro removes harmful acids while allowing silicic acid to pass through. This sets a new standard for alkaline water.
There should be no acceptable limit for harmful contaminants in the water you drink. By utilizing the best available technologies, High-Efficiency Reverse Osmosis and our Proprietary Dual Deionization process we are able to achieve 100% elimination of undesirable contaminants. Lab Verified!
Pure water doesn’t really exist in nature. Our drinking water should contain beneficial ions known as electrolyte salts (bicarbonates) chloride, and silicic acid. This gives our water its clean refreshing taste and light body.
Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the human’s body and is essential to good health. Some 60% of it in the human body is contained within the bones, over 25% in the muscles and the rest in soft tissue and body fluids; only 1% is found in the blood, which makes it very difficult to test for a magnesium deficiency. The problem of measuring accurate amounts of magnesium in the body is difficult because intracellular magnesium is what needs to be measured… and it cannot be done with routine magnesium tests. The implications of this widespread magnesium deficiency are frightening.