Stop Drinking Bottled Water

6 Sep 2010  4 Comments

I never really bought in the bottled water hype. I think the main problem we have here is it will be really hard to find a really cold glass of tap water, unless you pre-refrigerate it.

I would really love to see some tests done on our tap water quality standards, and I know most homes have built-in filters too so I would think that the water is more than adequate to drink.

With some bottled water prices getting ridiculous, I think its time for all of us to stop wasting money and buying into the hype. This video is an eye opener and I agree with most of it.

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  • http://kat-bestwaterfilter.blogspot.com/ Katrina Oakley

    I just loved this video! I have shared it all over! Great job! We should all stop drinking bottled water whenever possible. Kudoos! to you!

  • M!

    The question is how safe is tap water in Kuwait? does anyone know?

  • DVLz

    This video doesn’t add all the facts, the remaining questions are:

    1) Why Does Bottled Water Have an Expiration Date? and What Types of Plastics Used for Water Bottles?

    While “expired” unopened bottled water isn’t going to do you any harm, it isn’t going to get better with age, either. The plastic that water is packaged in — usually polyethylene terephthalate (PET) for retail bottles and high-density polyethylene (HDPE) for water cooler jugs — is slightly porous, so the water can pick up smells and tastes from the outside world.

    3) What are the PH levels?

    Water with a pH of 4.
    Penta Water, Distilled Water, Purified Water, Aquafina (made by Pepsi), Dasani (made by Coke), Glaceau Fruit Water, Le Blue Water, Metro Mint Water, Pellegrino (made by Nestle), Perrier (made by Nestle), Smart Water, and Vitamin Water.
    Water with a pH of 4.5.
    Reverse Osmosis Water and Ice Age Glacial Water.
    Water with a pH of 5.
    Appalachian Springs Water and Poland Springs Water (made by Nestle)
    Water with a pH of 5.5.
    Crystal Springs Water, Dannon Spring Water, Pure American Water.
    All of the above bottled waters have an acidic ph, which does not support health waters
    Water with a pH of 7.
    Arrowhead Water, Crystal Geyser Water, Deep Park Water (made by Nestle), Eldorado Springs Water, Supermarket Spring Water.
    Water with a pH of 7.5.
    Biota water, Fiji Water, Whole Foods 365 Water, Zephyrhills Water (made by Nestle)
    Water with a pH of 7.9.
    Eden Springs Water.
    Water with a pH of 8.
    Deep Rock Water, Evamore Water.

    Source : http://www.wellsphere.com/healthy-eating-article/ph-levels-in-bottled-water/6808

    Bottled Water PH Tests
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zx50RzHSSkk

  • http://www.aquastarintl.com Rick MacNeal

    There is a potential solution offered by a U.S. manufacturer that address both the pro-environmental impact of drinking less pre-packaged plastic bottled water and concern over tap (source) water quality.

    For more information click on the web site http://www.aquastarintl.com and on the Products page see the model G-2500.

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