The human body is comprised of 70% water, so it's not much of a stretch to say that "the basis of vitality and long life is water." If you want to feel good and be at your optimal health level, you should drink water on a daily basis.

But not just any type of water.

Tap Water Bottled Water Distilled Water Well Water Kangen Water

What are the differences in drinking water?

Water is the foundation to health - this is why water quality is so important.

Tap water

  • Municipal water, subject to strict regulations
  • May be treated with chlorine to keep it clean
  • May contain sediment and have a stale taste
  • Contains varying amount of minerals, depending on area
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With an Enagic Kangen Water machine, your tap water will not only become delicious by filtering unwanted sediment and residues, it will also gain the beneficial property of being rich in molecular hydrogen, a potent anti-oxidant!

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Bottled water

  1. Can originate from a mixture of sources
  2. Plastic bottles may contain BPA and Phthalates which can leach into the water
  3. Contains varying amount of minerals, depending on source
  4. Expensive to purchase

Even though tap water is freely available and safe in most European countries, drinking bottled water is widespread, with some estimates stating a consumption of approx. 200 billion bottles every year. This has a negative impact on the environment, including water wastage and pollution.

Since on average, 3 litres of regular water are necessary to produce only 1 litre of bottled water, approx. 100 billion litres of water are wasted every year. In addition to that, not only do the packaging, transportation, and refrigeration of bottled water generate CO2, contributing to climate change, most of the bottles end up as plastic waste, instead of being recycled.

Reference: "Science for Environment Policy": European Commission DG Environment News Alert Service, edited by SCU, The University of the West of England, Bristol. Mayo Clinic: What is BPA and why is it bad? NIH: Phthalates in plastics

Bottled water is not necessarily healthier than tap water and yet it costs much more! Although associated with healthy water, bottled water is not guaranteed to be any healthier than tap water. Often the only difference is the added minerals which have no proven health benefits.

A four-year study by the Natural Resources Defense Council shows that 1/3 of the bottled water tested contains levels of contamination which exceed allowable limits. Bottled water can also be slightly acidic, which may affect your body's pH balance. Finally, the environmental impact caused by the production and disposal of plastic bottles is harmful to our ecosystem.

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Distilled Water

Also known as Reverse Osmosis water. All or almost all minerals are removed, which has raised concern, as waterborne minerals are important to nutrition.

Well Water

Sometimes more alkaline in nature but prone to contamination. Requires regular testing and is expensive to maintain.

Maintain your health with Kangen Water

Return to origin with drinking water that is clean, free of pollutants, containing healthy minerals and has a positive pH level.

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