Dehydration – What is it?

June 15, 2009 by  
Filed under Dehydration

Dehydration occurs when more water is lost from the body than we take in. Every day we lose water when we breathe, when when we sweat and when we go to the toilet. In a normal day, we have to drink a significant amount of water to replace this routine loss. The signs and symptoms […]

Toxins & Pharmaceuticals – What’s in Your Water?

June 12, 2009 by  
Filed under Water filters

In a recent study it was revealed that we have over 2000 toxic, cancer-causing chemicals coming out of our taps (faucets) making them harder and harder to remove as their molecules are so small that most water filters available today are ineffective. Toxins including pesticides, herbicides, prescription drugs, lead and chlorine plus chloramine which is […]

Amazing Benefits of using Ionized Alkaline Water

June 12, 2009 by  
Filed under Alkaline Water

Apparently this water is amazing. It has been approved by medical professionals in Japan as the only water to be endorsed by the Japanese Association of Preventive Medicine for Adult Disease and by the Japanese Ministry of Health and Welfare (FDA equivalent) because of the miraculous benefit to good health. Our health is affected by […]

Is Your Drinking Water Good For You?

June 12, 2009 by  
Filed under Drinking Water

Most of us don’t believe that our drinking water is healthy, either because of an inherent taste or smell. It is estimated that between 60% and 80% of all cancers originate from the environment. However, we tend to overlook the benefits of drinking water that can help protect us from cancer – namely water that […]

Scientists Extract Drinking Water From Air

June 10, 2009 by  
Filed under Distilled Water

The air contains water, and research scientists have found a way of ‘distilling‘ drinking water from air humidity. The system is based completely on renewable energy and is therefore autonomous. Even in the deserts where cracks permeate the dried-out ground, where there are no lakes, rivers or groundwater, considerable quantities of water are stored in […]

Reed beds used to beat water-pollution

June 9, 2009 by  
Filed under Water Pollution

Reed beds are being planted next to a busy section of the A66 in Cumbria to help pollution seeping into the adjacent Bassenthwaite Lake. The water filtration capabilities of these reed beds allow solids to settle and microbes in the roots to deal with water contamination in the same way that conventional treatment systems do. […]

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