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The human body is comprised of 70% water. Of course water is absolutely essential to our health and vitality, however, not all water is created equal. Luckily you can choose what type of water you want to nourish your body with. 

Why we can't treat all water equally

Issues with commonly used waters:

Tap water

The truth documented by EWG’s Tap Water Database 


  • When we are pouring ourselves a glass of water from the tap, we are also pouring a dose of industrial or agricultural contaminants that are linked to cancer, developmental defects, fertility problems, brain and nervous system damage, and hormone disruption. 


  • The majority of America’s drinking water supply contains about 250-plus contaminants deemed are legal under the Safe Drinking Water Act, but show well above levels which authoritative scientific studies linked to health risks. 

  • The Environmental Protection Agency has failed to add a new contaminant to the list of regulated drinking water pollutants in more than two decades. This is the responsibility of our federal government to protect public health, yet no legal limits are established for more than 160 unregulated contaminants that are detected in the nation’s tap water.

bottled water


The truth documented by NRDC

  • The federal government does not require bottled water to be any safer than tap water.

  • States are responsible for the regulation of water packaged and sold within its borders, however, one in five states forgo this regulation entirely. 

  • Findings from a four-year review of the bottled-water industry and its safety standards show that bottled water is not necessarily cleaner or safer than water from your tap. Actually, about 25% or more of bottled water is tap water wrapped in a plastic bottle - sometimes undergoing further treatment, sometimes not.​


  • Bottled water has an immense impact on our environment. Millions of tons of plastic bottles are clogging up landfills and landing in our oceans. 

  • More recently studies are showing that the actual bottle itself can be a cause for concern. Phthalates, chemicals known to disrupt testosterone and other hormones, can leach into bottled water over a period of time. There are regulations for limiting phthalates in tap water, but no legal limits are implemented for bottled water. In fact, the bottled water industry successfully created a campaign which opposed the FDA proposal to set a legal limit for these chemicals. 


In home water filtration systems reduce the use of plastic water bottles while also reducing the cost of water you drink. 

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“Without protecting the environment, a healthy comfortable life for people cannot be achieved.”


-Hironari Ohshiro, CEO Enagic International, Inc

find out what's in your county's tap water 

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