Pure n Natural Blog

The Ins and Outs of an Under Sink Water Filter System

  • 19-September-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

If you want to ensure your household or business has access to healthy filtered water for drinking and cooking, an under sink water filter system makes a convenient option. You can just turn on your tap without worrying about what's in the water that comes out.

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Is Bottled Water Safe?

  • 08-August-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

Many of us reach for bottled water without giving it much of a thought. The total annual U.S. bottled water consumption was 11.7 billion gallons in 2015, according to the International Bottled Water Association. Bottles of water are often what's available. There’s no doubt that it is a...

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Drinking Tap Water: Is It Safe?

  • 25-July-2018
  • published by: David Allen

Despite the modern standards of safety and cleanliness that we enjoy in many aspects of the world today, there is no guarantee the water from your tap is safe or healthy. Drinking tap water can expose you to harmful contaminants like perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs), lead, bacteria, viruses and...

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How to Test Water Quality for Healthy Hydration

  • 30-April-2018
  • published by: Joshua Meyer

Because water is so basic and fundamental to human life and most of us drink it every day, it can be easy not to think about it. Just turn on your tap and it comes out. Some people fail to consider how important to optimal health getting enough water can be — the old adage goes that a minimum of...

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How Do I Know if I Have Safe Drinking Water?

  • 26-April-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

Human beings need to hydrate to keep hydrated and healthy. Our bodies are made up of 80 percent fluids, approximately 72 percent of which is water. To survive, we need to drink water, which is also the basis of juice, tea, coffee and other beverages. Experts agree that drinking water provides...

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How to Deal with Chlorine in Tap Water

  • 19-April-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

Chlorine is a powerful oxidant added to drinking water by suppliers in order to protect the water from disease-causing organisms, or pathogens. Chlorine protects people from water-borne diseases, which is why public water systems are required to maintain a detectible disinfectant residual in the...

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Reverse Osmosis Water Purification

  • 17-April-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

If you're in the market for a water cooler or water filtration system, you might be wondering what kind of filtration you need. One of the types of filtration methods you have probably heard of is reverse osmosis, but what exactly does that mean and how does it work? Does your business or home...

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Countertop Water Cooler Features You Didn't Know Existed

  • 06-December-2017
  • published by: David Allen

You may know that a countertop water cooler will save you space in your workplace. A countertop water dispenser replaces the need for a free-standing cooler as well as eliminating the storage required for bulky replacement tanks. But it can also come with many other features, some of which you...

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4 Reasons the Office Water Cooler Is Essential

  • 12-October-2017
  • published by: Brenda Roy

These days you can't really go without a water cooler in the workplace. It's not just where people gather to talk about the latest binge-worthy show on Netflix — your workers, clients, guests or customers expect to have access to clean, refreshing water all day long. Keeping a supply of bottled...

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What's Really In Your Water? Pros & Cons of Water Filter Types

  • 28-December-2016
  • published by: Joshua Meyer

Water is essential to our bodies. It is used in various physiological processes in the body, and makes up over 70% of human anatomy. Water consists of two elements, hydrogen and oxygen, which make up a molecule of water. There are two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom resulting in the chemical...

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