- Where does the water come from?
- Is it purified? How?
- Have tests found any contaminants?
Pretty scary that they couldn’t answer all of these basic questions. They couldn’t because they don’t have proper protocol in place to insure that the water is truly pure without contaminants. The best solution is filtering your own water.
We have a reverse osmosis system for our drinking water and use Aquasana in our showers, they have a large selection of quality filtration systems. Help make the number of bottles that end up in landfills smaller by adding a good purifier to your faucet or refrigerator and you’ll likely have superior water to any you’d buy in a bottle.
Rather than buying bottled water, we have a large water cooler in our home and we fill glass water bottles. The tap water here isn’t very great, and we weren’t very satisfied with purification filtering products in the past. Love it, and absolutely recommend it to anyone else!
I can’t drink anything but really good filtered water – have for years. Your article brings up some good points, thank you for sharing.
I’m the same way, I can the taste the difference!
If plain water isn’t your preference, bottled water manufacturers offer an array of options. Flavoured waters may tantalize your taste buds with essences of fruit, mint, cucumber or coconut — just be sure the sweetened beverages aren’t packed with sugars or calories.