Purified Water: The healthiest option for you, your family and the environment.

Water is absolutely vital for health and wellbeing given that our bodies consist of around 85% water. The straight fact is that we need in excess of 2 litres of water a day to remain hydrated and to replace the water lost through natural excretion (urine and sweat, for example). We tend to take water for granted and most of us have lost our proper thirst reflex by the end of our childhood. We then compound the problem by drinking tea, coffee, fizzy soft drinks, beer and alcohol which act as diuretics, stimulating the kidneys to excrete more.

Making the right choice of water is of course essential. Bottled and tap waters contain many impurities like heavy metals and inorganic minerals that are likely to have an adverse effect on your health (yes, calcium will cause degenerative diseases).


The skin is the body’s largest organ and to keep it looking healthy, clear and youthful it is vital to drink plenty of pure, uncontaminated water. Skin helps us to breathe, regulates our body temperature and represents the way we feel. Dehydration will manifest itself in a dull complexion, dry skin, dark circles around the eyes and through spots, blemishes and skin problems that occur when the body does not flush out toxins effectively.


Given that our kidneys have to filter around 200 litres of fluid each day, the need for adequate hydration and less pollutants is important. Drinking pure water may help to prevent a number of kidney problems including urinary infections, kidney stones, kidney disease, including cancer of the kidney. Over 100,000 people suffer from kidney disease in the UK. The National Kidney Fund believe that if all these sufferers drank pure water the problem would be significantly reduced without medication.


Drink pure water to keep hydrated. Research has found that drinking water can improve mental performance, prevent lethargy and keep headaches at bay.


Drinking pure water instead of alcohol, tea and coffee all the time could help reduce stress, lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart problems.


A healthy balanced diet combined with drinking plenty of pure water could help protect against a number of gastric problems. Caffeine is a stomach irritant, as well as being a diuretic that can cause dehydration. Drinking sufficient water can also help prevent constipation. Research has also found that water can be used to treat stomach ulcers and conditions like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) by simply drinking the recommended 2 litres per day.

Water can also be used to aid weight loss, as sometimes hunger can be mistaken for thirst. Try drinking a glass of pure water if you feel hungry, it may be that you are dehydrated and do not need to eat anything.


Drinking lots of pure water will ensure that the liver works efficiently, enhancing its ability to eliminate toxins and making the body feel less sluggish and more energised.


Blood carries water and oxygen to the muscles. Research shows that water consumption during activity increases endurance and helps keeps muscles relaxed. Drinking pure water before and during exercise will keep the body hydrated and help prevent muscle cramps.

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