Did you know? If your tap water cost the same amount as bottled water (average $1.29) your monthly water bill would be $9000! And tap water is mostly what you get when you buy bottled water. According to Consumer Reports, 47% of all bottled waters are nothing more than filtered tap water! Tap water is incredibly cheap, costing just fractions of a cent per gallon. But if you’re like most people, you avoid drinking tap water out of concern for toxins, and because it tastes bad. A water ionizer fixes both problems, and saves you a lot of money over the cost of bottled water – especially if you choose to drink alkaline mineral water for health.
Water Purity – Water Ionizers vs. Bottled Water
Many bottled waters use advertising that leads you to believe that the water in the bottle is clean and pure. The bottle’s labels often depict pristine mountains and protected springs. But is bottled water really that pure? No, according to a PBS frontline Investigation, about one third of all bottled water tests positive for synthetic chemicals and bacteria! Some brands have even been shown to contain poisonous arsenic!
A Water ionizer puts you in control of your water quality. In fact Life Ionizers provides custom-configured pre-filtration based on the toxins we find in your local water quality report. We make sure your water is purified. You can be sure of the quality of the water you get from a water ionizer, you never actually know what’s really in bottled water.
Water for Health – Water Ionizers vs. Bottled Alkaline Water
Bottled water: If you want water to do more for you than just wet your whistle, then you need to drink alkaline water. People are rapidly discovering the amazing health benefits of drinking alkaline water, and because of this alkaline water has become popular enough that some bottled water brands are offering it. But bottled alkaline water is expensive. In fact, a bottle of Aquahydrate – which is actually made using a water ionizer! costs $1.40 per bottle.
Alkaline water made by a water ionizer costs about 3 cents per gallon, and it is of much higher quality than bottled alkaline waters because alkaline water is at it’s highest potency for health when it is drank fresh. You can also adjust the potency of the alkaline water you get from a water ionizer to your liking. You can make high pH alkaline water for making things like coffee and tea less acidic – and better tasting!
Cost – Water Ionizers vs. Bottled Alkaline Water
For better health, you need to drink about 2 liters of alkaline water per day. If you bought bottled alkaline water (such as Aquahydrate) you would pay $5.60 per day for one person. Two liters of alkaline water from a water ionizer costs you about 1.5 cents for 2 liters. This means that 2 liters of bottled alkaline water is about 373 times more expensive than 2 liters of alkaline water from a water ionizer!
Water Ionizers give you more alkaline water
If you are married, or have a family, you will want more than 2 liters of drinking water per day. You will want 2 liters of water per person, plus additional water for cooking! The best thing about a water ionizer is, you get as much healthy alkaline water as you want. You get enough healthy alkaline water for your family, and enough to share with friends!
You might even consider splitting the cost of your water ionizer with family or friends – a lot of people do! And you get the best-tasting, healthiest water in the world.
Yes! We can put a water ionizer in your kitchen for less than you may be paying per month for bottled water! Call us today at 877-959-7977 it’s easier than you think to make your water the purest, best tasting water you ever drank.
PBS Frontline Investigation on Bottled Water
Mauleon, Victoria. “What’s in your water bottle..” Frontline World. Public Broadcasting System, 2 Jul 2013. Web. 8 Jul 2013. <http://www.pbs.org/frontlineworld/stories/bolivia/waterbottle.html>.Consumer Reports – Bottled Water
“Do you know where your bottled water comes from?.” Consumer Reports. Consumer Reports, 2 Jul 2013. Web. 8 Jul 2013. <http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/magazine/2012/07/do-you-know-where-your-bottled-water-comes-from/index.htm>.