Plastic bottled water is still one of the main sources of hydration and is consumed at an alarming rate. Plastic waste ends up in the ocean or landfills without being recycled, which has caused a huge impact on the environment and continues to raise concerns for the future of the planet. With an alternative that doesn’t require the use of a plastic bottle, there’s little energy that’s required to produce purified, pH-balanced water for all. Do some research to find a filtration system that’s the right one for you and your family. Not all of us can afford a whole house system, but the Angelic information is that this will be needed in the future but not necessarily right away.
The Seer’s Notes ~
In certain filtration systems, such as reverse osmosis, there’s no differentiating between what gets filtered and what stays. As a result, sediment and pollutants are filtered out but so are electrolytes like calcium and magnesium. The ideal ph for health-giving water is 7.5. That means it’s not too acidic and not too alkaline.
Question: We asked the Seer which filtration system she’s been using for the past years for her family‘s drinking water.
The Seer: I’m sure there are other good choices, but I’ve been using this one:
Aquasana AQ-5300R three-stage water filtration under the counter system.
~ The Seer Almine