Good Quality Water – Your Source of Healthy and Happy Life
A good quality drinking water is not only one that is clean and free from bacteria, it is one that will help you to lead a healthy and happy lifestyle. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), a good quality drinking water is one that meets the acceptable drinking water quality standards and one that poses no threats to health. The WHO water quality standard includes acceptable values of minerals. Besides that, good quality drinking water should also contain hydrogen ions. These hydrogen ions will reduce free radicals in our body. Furthermore, good quality water should also have smaller water clusters of five to six molecules. This smaller cluster allows water to penetrate our body cells completely, thereby discharging complete toxins from our body. An additional characteristic of hydrogen ions is that it is slightly alkaline. Since water regulates our body’s pH, a body that is slightly acidic could be facing speedy aging and be over stressed. That is why water should contain the essential minerals to nourish our body.
70 per cent of the earth is covered by water. Out of the 70 per cent, only 0.07 per cent of water is drinkable, and a majority of it comes from chemically treated water. To make this water safe for drinking, it will be treated chemically to rid off bacteria, dirt and metal. Then, water is disinfected by chlorine to ensure that water is safe to drink right out of the tap. However, this water is still not that ideal for consumption as there are still traces of chemicals, heavy metals and other undesirable elements from water pipes that are not visible to the naked eye.
Little do we know that too much consumption of chemically treated water can result in “stressing” the body. This is due to the accumulation of residual chemicals throughout the years. In addition to this, environmental pollution such as industrial discharge and air pollution are all “added” into the drinking water that we have now. This chemically treated water has been researched and found that long exposure to chemically treated water causes modern diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure and many more to be on the rise. Ultimately, this could result in cancer.
Our body needs proper care. Since it is made up of 65 to 70 per cent of water, shouldn’t we take good care to manage our body with good quality water? Isn’t it also logical to say that our body should be healthy? Water in our body performs many functions. Besides being a heat regulator, water transports nutrients all over the body, balances the body’s pH, transports oxygen and discharges toxins out body. Besides that, water also guards the body’s nervous system, protects other all vital organs like the brain, spinal cord and other nervous system-tissues. So it is unquestionable that we should take extreme care to protect the body with good quality water. We would have excellent health if we drink good quality water.
The need to have quality drinking water is evident by a few natural quality water resources that are found in namely four famous places; the Tlacote well in Mexico, Nordenau in Germany, Lourdes in France and Nadana in Pakistan. People who live in these areas drink water from these wells. The result? They are much happier, healthier, live longer and have fewer diseases. Every year, millions of people flock to these places just to drink their water as the water has the characteristics of good quality drinking water.
To learn more on good quality drinking water, please view the following YouTube videos:
- Dr. Patrick Flanagan: http://youtu.be/UPIuxW7gNlQ
- Dr. Patrick Flanagan: http://youtu.be/2d6aKWmDnfM
- Tlacote: http://youtu.be/hu4nLg2nW9U
- Taiwan News: http://youtu.be/HvCwm_WJJ2A