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3We all know that water is essential to life. But most of us are not aware of the crucial role water plays in virtually every organ and function of our bodies. And water does more than simply sustain life. It can actually improve our health, our fitness, and even our appearance!
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4Consider these important facts about water and wellness - what water can do for you.We can go for weeks at a time without food, but we will die in a matter of days without water.Going without water can have disastrous results. A 1% deficit in the body's water water creates thirst. A 5% deficit causes a slight fever. An 8% deficit causes glands to stop producing saliva and skin to turn blue. 10% and the tongue swells, kidneys start to fail, and the muscles go into spasms. Walking becomes impossible. At or before 20% loss, skin cracks, organs grind to a halt, and death occurs.
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5Water is the single most important nutrient the body takes in.Every body cell, tissue, and organ needs water to function properly. Water transports essential water-soluble vitamins and nutrients that cells, tissues, and organs need to function properly. Water moistens eyes, mouth, and nasal passages, allowing organs to perform properly. Water plays an important role in regulating the bodys temperature, cooling the body when it is hot, and insulating it from the cold. Water carries oxygen to the cells and allows the bodys cells to retain their structure.
6 Water cushions the organs; it acts as a shock absorber to minimise stress damage to organs. Water provides optimum lubrication for joints. Water flushes kidneys to rid body of toxic substances. Water balances electrolytes (minerals such as potassium, sodium and chloride), which help regulate body temperature and control blood pressure
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8Most water treatment facilities produce good water. If you test your water at its source, it will likely contain very few contaminants or particulates. Between the treatment facility and you, your water goes on a journey and all sorts of things can happen.Some ways your water can be contaminated include: Lead from solder on the pipes through which the water passes. Microbiological growth inside the pipeline or inside the tank where your water is stored. (Rooftop tank or water tower, for example.) Particulates from corrosion and rusting inside pipelines and holding tanks. Vinyl chloride from PVC pipes. Run-off from industry and agriculture (pesticides) into surface water or leaching into underground water supply (wells).
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9Chlorine and chloramine are commonly added to most municipal water supplies to destroy harmful bacteria, like e-coli. These additives can make water taste bad and smell bad. Chlorine and chloramine can also react with naturally occurring organic materials in water, forming by-products such as THMs (trihalomethanes). One THM, called chloroform, is associated with increased risk of cancer.
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10Water contamination can pose serious health threats Lead can accumulate in the body and result in anaemia and low birth weight in children. It may delay mental and physical development abilities, resulting in permanently lower IQ. In adults, lead can lead to increased blood pressure Mercury may cause kidney damage Radon may increase the risk of stomach cancer. EPA estimates that 2%-10% of all bladder cancer in the U.S. may be due contaminants in drinking water.These are just a few of the potential health effects of contaminated water.
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15We have discussed what water can do for you and what water can do to you. Water is good for you if its good water. But now the question is: where can you get good water? Lets do a little searching and see what we can find?
16Our search should begin with one of the most common places that people go to find good water: to the store to buy pure, sparkling, crystal-clear, fresh-from-the-spring bottled water. Studies have shown that not all bottled water is as pure as you might think. A 4 year study by the U.S. National Resources Defense Council concluded that there is no assurance that bottled water is safer or cleaner than tap water. 22% of the brands tested had a sample that was contaminated above strict state health limits*. Plus, it can be costly and inconvenient.*www.NRDC.org
17Maybe boiling is the answer. Boiling also has its advantages and disadvantages.
18Reverse osmosis is a very common water treatment technology. It has its advantages and disadvantages.
19Pour-through pitchers and faucet-mounted filters are popular ways of getting good water. They can make your water look better and taste better, but they are significantly ineffective. These are usually granulated carbon systems and are ineffective against organic compounds. Because the carbon is loosely packed, it is possible for channels to form allowing water to pass through unfiltered. Often these units do not have a monitor telling you when to change the filter.
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20Another technology to provide you with good water is a pressed activated carbon block. It is better than granular carbon. It is effective against many organic compounds and is very good at filtering particulates and does not have the channelling problem of granular carbon. However, it is ineffective against many inorganic compounds and bacteria and viruses.
21Ultraviolet light technology is very effective against microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses. Yet this technology is not very effective in reducing organic and inorganic compounds. And does not remove particulates
22We could search further for good water, but these are the most common places that you will find good water. Yet it is obvious that every method falls short of delivering the quality water that we desire. No one technology does it all. However -
23There is a solution. Actually, it is a revolution. A revolution in water purification. The first water purification system to combine technologies; carbon block and UV light. A system that reduces more potential health-effect contaminants than any other in-home filter. Introducing eSpring.
24That brings us to the fourth question of this story. Why eSpring Water? Why settle for good water, when you can have eSpring Water?
25eSpring is the water you want for your family because it combines the best technologies available.
26eSpring s carbon block technology is the only system on the market to have independent supporting documentation for the effective removal of more than 140 potential health-effect contaminants.
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27The carbon block is a patented multi-stage filter that traps particulates 300 times smaller than a human hair reduces organic chemicals reduces lead and mercury contains carbon surface area of 446,000 square meters (4,800,000 ft2)The more carbon surface area the more contaminants that can be trapped.
28The carbon block filter is combined with the UV light. UV light technology does what carbon alone cannot do. It destroys microorganisms. The UV bulb puts out up to 80 millijoules of UV light, enough to destroy 99.99% of waterborne disease-causing bacteria and viruses. State-of-the-art electronics allow the UV lamp to operate only when treated water is flowing.
29Carbon block filter plus UV light plus electronic monitoring.eSpring makes use of Smart Chip technology which monitors your system and alerts you if there is a performance problem. It automatically tracks the filter life and tells when to change the filter. No need to mark your calendar.
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30This superior combined technology was created by a team of eSpring experts who lead the way in water purification research, development, and manufacturing.This expertise consists of:48 scientists and support staff7 laboratories270 worldwide patents, either granted or pending7500 square meters (80,000 square feet) of world class manufacturing area.
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33Amidst all the confusing claims made by dozens of water treatment systems - who do you believe? Don