By Ian Hamilton
AlkaWay Founder Ian Blair Hamilton discusses the reason so many of us DON’T drink enough water.
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Tap water is often brimming with harmful pesticides, herbicides, pharmaceuticals, cyanobacteria, disinfection byproducts and fluoride
As I was awaiting settlement, I had time to consider what water filter I would get, if any. Maybe it wasn’t worth going to the expense of buying a filter when I won’t be there to use it for long. On the very first day I got the keys I decided that absolutely YES. It was going to be worth it. I almost spat out the first mouthful of town water I had. Then there was the shower to consider and is a chlorine chamber really all that bad.
We get it. Some people don’t understand how ‘just water’ matters in their lives. So we decided to list the most common reasons people give us.
- Alkaline Balance (97)
- Alkaline Water (9)
- Alzheimers (1)
- Bottled Water (25)
- Cancer (30)
- Detox (15)
- Fluoride (27)
- Healthy Living (27)
- Hydration (13)
- Hydrogen Water (120)
- Inflammation (33)
- Molecular Hydrogen (86)
- Molecular Hydrogen Foundation (2)
- Natural Health (11)
- News (7)
- Scientific Studies (42)
- UltraStream (4)
- Uncategorized (487)
- Water Filtration (67)
- Water Health (10)
- Water Ionizers and Filters (33)
- Water Toxins (46)
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