If you drink water from the tap, public fountains, vitamin waters, and pretty

much any water other than ours, these are some facts you should

know before you take another sip. Worldwide, three

million people die each year from contaminated

water. In Las Vegas, people report that not only

does the tap water taste bad,but some people claim

that drinking it has made them sick! We often hear stories

about high levels of bacteria and contaminants in local water supplies.

Health departments repeatedly warn the public about high levels of bacteria

and contaminants in local water supplies.

 

 

Did You KNOW…

#1

 

To create the plastic for a

12 ounce, single serve

water bottle, it takes the

equivalent of 4 bottles of water.

That’s why its always wise to recycle

and protect the planet from harmful materials.

 

 

#2

 

 

pH stands for “Potential Hydrogen.” If your

body’s pH is too acidic, you do not have enough oxygen

available for your cells to fight off disease and you become

sick more often. When your body is getting enough

minerals from your diet to maintain an alkaline pH,

your blood can function normally by delivering

oxygen to the cells throughout your body, and

carrying away acidic waste.

 

#3

 

     

Vitamin waters contain high fructose corn syrup,

artificial colors, additives, preservatives, and caffeine.

If it says ‘water’ on the back of the nutrition label then

that could mean  water they  used in production was not filtered.

Always be aware of the water you are buying and whats in it.

 

 

#4

The U.S. government does not regulate or set rules for

pharmaceuticals or any of these other compounds in your drinking water.

Some water filters will not filter out chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and virus’s.

Be sure to always check the type of filter you are buying and if you are

unsure please contact one of our Red Rock Springs Water specialists

on the home page or the contact page.

 

 

#5

 

Your body”s ability to flush out toxins and properly assimilate

nutrients depends heavily on an abundant intake of clean,

chemical free water. The more stress, toxins, and pollutants

your body battles with each day, the more water it needs.

 

 

#6

 

Your blood is over 90% water and uses water to transport

oxygen, nutrients, and antibodies throughout your body.

Once you start drying out you will notice a systemic change

in the body. The brain the starts to shrink a long with

other organs.

 

 

#7

 

Your body depends on clean water to perform

its daily functions, such as digestion,

temperature and blood regulation,

respiration, and detoxification.

 

 

#8

 

Children need three times the amount of

water per pound than adults. Because children”s

immune and detoxification systems are not yet

fully developed, their bodies are more susceptible

to any ill effects from contaminants in the water.

 

#9

 

It is estimated that 75% of North Americans

are chronically dehydrated! People are too busy

working and doing things that they forget to

drink water! One of the first things you should

do when you wake up is drink a lot of water.

Good alkaline water is what we mean.

 

#10

 

Two factors in life are linked to all diseases…

These are dehydration and acids in our bodies.

50-80% of all diseases can be linked directly to dehydration.

In the morning when we wake up our body will have a

higher level of acidity. Its import to drink

water when you first wake up.

 

 

#11

 

Virtually all degenerative diseases including heart disease,

arthritis, osteoporosis, kidney and gall stones, and tooth

decay are associated with excess acidity in your body?

Some great quality alkaline water will definitely help

the body systemically.

 

#12

 

If you swallow a pea-size amount of toothpaste,

call Poison Control. Read your toothpaste tube.

This is the same amount of fluoride in one

8-ounce glass of water!

 

#13

 

The best way to overcome the

problem of water retention is to

give your body what it needs, plenty

of water! Only then will stored water

be released.

 

 

#14

 

On the average, a person should drink

eight 8-ounce glasses of water every day!

That’s about two quarts. However, the

overweight person needs one additional

glass for every 25 pounds excess weight.

The amount you drink should also be increased

if you exercise briskly or if the weather is hot and dry.

 

#15

 

In 37% of Americans, the thirst mechanism

is so weak that it is often mistaken for hunger.

Americans” High Blood Pressure is often

caused by chronic dehydration.