Posted by: namretaw | February 17, 2009

Chemistry 101

Don’t be nervous, this won’t hurt, just some lite facts about the water we take for granted.

Water is quite simply a very unique life sustaining liquid. We take our everyday use of it for granted; although we would be hard put live more than three (3) days without it and still have any quality of life. We would most likely be dead by the fifth day if we didn’t have some form of water to drink. The healthiest water to consume is within a PH range of 6.8 -7.8. Water below a PH of 7 is considered acidic and a PH 7.1 an higher is considered to be alkaline. Water that is slightly alkaline is agreed to be the most advantageous for proper Human Chemistry.

When water is acidic it begins to dissolve any form of mineral or metal that it comes in contact with. When water dissolves too much mineral and, or metal the taste becomes an irritant to us and we begin to drink less and less and we run into a water deficit. Most of us will switch to another liquid such as soda, fruit juice, flavored water etc. to quench our thirst. Clear natural water is the only liquid that our body can use to properly fill our body chemistry needs. You can drink all forms of liquid but you’re not meeting your body’s need for water.

Bottled water is preferred by many as a quality replacement but the problem is that it most of the time comes in a plastic bottle. Water should be pure and stored or carried in a glass or stainless Steele container. Water stored in this way is not subject to outside contaminants entering through the plastic bottle  membrane. DRINK TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH!

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