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  • Getting a High TDS Reading with your Reverse Osmosis System?

    Total Dissolved Solids or TDS is a measure of the dissolved combined content of all inorganic and organic substances present in a liquid. TDS is sometimes referred to as parts per million (ppm). You can test water quality levels using a digital TDS PPM meter. A low TDS reading is typically a good indicator of purified water and usually, people are looking to keep the TDS levels of their drinking water at bay.
  • You are what you eat, but you are also what you drink. Holistic and natural approach to having a quality of life.

    My name is Dr. Derek Murphy and I am a physician. I am a firm believer in a more holistic and natural approach to having a quality of life. If you are on this page you have either done your research or on the fence if reverse osmosis is right for you. I want to give you the same information I give my patients to help give you a better-informed choice.
  • Weird but true story about a salesman, plumber’s daughter and crohn’s disease.

    It was a hot summer afternoon of 2014 in South West Florida. At that time I was working for a local water treatment company – Clean Water America. Clean Water America has a few stores throughout Fort Myers where people can walk in, see, learn about and purchase any water treatment equipment you can imagine – whole house water filters, water softeners etc.
  • Pro’s and Cons of Water Bottle with Filter

    Every one of us is very keen on what we eat and drink. Clean drinking water is as important as any other thing we need. We always make sure that water we consume is as pure as possible. This is understandable because drinking unclean water can cause havoc for our health. Clean water is always a must.
  • Myths and Truth about Water Ionizers

    A water ionizer is an appliance that uses the process of electrolysis. This means the structure of the water is changed on the molecular level which will create antioxidant-rich ionized alkaline, as well as the oxidizing ionized acidic stream of water consecutively.
  • What is a Water Distiller

    Distillation is the process of removing contaminants such as heavy metals and salts that boiling water leaves behind. In this process, the water is heated up to its boiling point and the steam is collected. The steam will then be converted back into its liquid form leaving all the contaminants behind and making the water pure. There are a lot of water distillers available in the market with different sizes to choose from that will fit your countertop. All of them will remove approximately of the contaminants found in your water. Having water distillers will save you a lot compared to bottled water purchases. Individual bottled waters usually costs a dollar or more when purchased unlike having a water distiller. A gallon of water when distilled at home averages 25 cents, and the initial purchase of a distiller will cost you between 400 to 650 dollars, but it will surely pay for itself quickly. You no longer have to buy bottled waters and spend hundreds of dollars every year on the wasteful product when there are healthier alternatives.
  • This is Why you should consider Reverse Osmosis Water Purifier

    Reverse Osmosis is a very popular process for bringing water back to “life” suitable for human consumption. Just like the name implies, the process...