Even the most well-meaning neighbour, friend and relative can sometimes be wrong when it comes to understanding how to get healthier water. While some may swear by the efficacy of using chlorinated water, some may believe that new-age drinking water treatment technologies have too many limitations to invest in it. Here, we will debunk some of these prevalent myths that stop individuals and families from accessing safer, purer, healthier drinking water.
A famous Slovakian proverb reads, ‘pure water is the world’s first and foremost medicine’. These words of wisdom hold true, considering the importance of healthy drinking water in maintaining heart health. Let’s explore the benefits of drinking water and how it helps to keep not only our heart but also the rest of the body healthy.
Minerals are essential for health and many important minerals like magnesium, calcium and potassium are found in tap water. Minerals contribute to strong teeth, bones, healthy skin and hair. They are also very important for the growth and development of the body.
Moving into a new house can be a truly exhausting task. But, the bright side of it is that you’re finally making the move after long days, months, and even years of wait.
Water is the major component in our body, and without water, one cannot survive. Therefore, it is a priority for us to ensure that we consume purified and clean water, and it is the key that opens the door to a healthy lifestyle and a healthy body.
In our fast-paced lifestyle, the option of drinking water out of a bottle, readily available at every nook and corner, is convenient. However, the truth is that it does you more harm than good.
The rainy season is looked forward to with much anticipation, in every part of India. People yearn for the rains as they bring much-needed relief from the unbearable summer heat. After a heavy downpour, the cities look scrubbed and clean. The monsoons are the perfect time to curl up at home, with your favourite book, and a hot cup of tea.
Water is the elixir of life. About 71% of the earth’s surface is water covered, with the oceans containing around 96.5% of the earth’s water. Water is omnipresent— as water vapour in the air, in rivers and lakes, ice caps, glaciers, underground and in our system.