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Have you had your eight glasses of H2O for the day? First the health professionals tell you one thing then they announce something new. Regardless, we all are quite aware of water's significance in our lives. The truth of the matter is, we need good clean water to survive. Now, as far as the whole 6-8 glasses a day routine goes, I guess that's up to you. One thing is for sure, you can purchase bottled drinking water virtually anywhere now days. Bottled drinking water is practically as popular as soft drinks. Just take a look around your work place or college campus. I will bet you spot a number of water bottles.
Do you purchase a lot of bottled drinking water? I mean the fact that we pay anywhere from 1-2 bucks for a mere bottle of drinking water. Shouldn't it be a quarter or something? I mean come on, it is just water. I get the stuff free at my house every day. Regardless of how much large companies want to charge for bottled drinking water, the fact is we buy it. And I mean we purchase oodles of this stuff. Anything from Evion, to Aquafina, to a dozen other random brand names. We pick up a bottle almost everywhere we go. Heck, I could have built a pyramid with all the bottled drinking water I spotted on my college campus.
Hundreds of students were constantly walking around with a bottle of water. Now, all in all, this is not a bad thing. It does beat the massive soft drink craze that went on forever, at least water is healthy and good for us. I actually read an article on how much we require on a regular basis. This "nutritionist professional" claimed that our bodies get plenty of water from a variety of sources. It is not just about the bottled drinking water. We acquire essential fluid from fruits, vegetables, juice, and even milk. Therefore it does not always have to go down as 100% water. In addition, your body having to urinate it a sign that you have too much water in your system. The body always takes what it needs before it discards the rest.
What is your absolute favorite bottled drinking water? Is it that rare, expensive stuff from Japan or just the no-name brand at the local grocery store? In reality all bottled drinking water serves the same purpose. It hydrates our bodies and minds.
Is bottled drinking water really better? Another point of view:
I have never, until forced to recently, invested in the scam of bottled drinking water. I believed that recycling the water we think we ca not drink, putting it in plastic bottles (more waste), and making us PAY for it, on top of our already paying for water in many cities and townships, is yet another way to fool us out of our hard-earned money. I drank tap water at hundreds of different homes throughout Northern California. In my own homes, I took it straight from the tap, cooked with it, brushed my teeth with it and showered in it, and made Jello and ice cubes with it. And nothing ever happened.
There is a slew of discussions about contaminants in tap water. Okay, so high levels of bacteria are found in a select city, bacteria that slips through the elaborate filtering systems and impacts—in one case, for example—400,000 residents. But there is also the bottled drinking water company that is found to have just bottled tap water after filtering it and then calling it fresh-from-the-mountaintop bottled drinking water. My logic (again, up until two months ago) went something like this:
1) If some bacteria is so microscopically small that it “eludes” filtering systems, that water will still be bad for us…and we are paying for it!
2) If water in municipal systems is supposedly so harmful (or could be at any time), and if residents flock to the stores to buy bottled drinking water, what happens when they shower—and the crap gets in eyes, in pores, and in small increments that would build up, in the mouths of those same people buying bottled drinking water? What about the ice cubes? The teeth brushing? Of all the people insisting (or trying to insist) that I drink their bottled drinking water instead of getting a glass of ice water from their freezers and taps, none have I seen use the bottled drinking water for cooking, baking, ice cube tray filling, teeth-brushing, or bathing or showering.
3) Isn’t there something to think about the bottled drinking water company that labels its bottled drinking water with a word that spelled backwards (in English and French) reads “naive”? LOL. Though I must concede, of all of the bottled drinking waters, this one really does taste different, good, almost sweet!