Body’s Many Cries for Water

by Vickie Johnston, Owner and Founder, H2O Health

While this is a short article, it will give you some ideas about the best ways to get cleaner, healthier water.

As with most of our health decisions, cost is always something to consider. Few health improvement investments will repay you with such great benefits as clean, pure water — especially drinking water.

The best water treatment systems are often expensive and not practical for most families. One idea is to start with the best system you can afford (countertop, basic under-the-sink, etc.), then work your way up to the better systems (whole-house filtration, alkaline under-the-sink) over time as your budget allows.

There are so many options to consider, and so many opinions about which systems are the best. At the very least, you want to remove chlorine from your water. Note, however, that there are many other chemicals found in our water that are not healthy for us to consume.

There are many great books on the subject of clean water, and most were written years ago. One of my favorites is Your Body’s Many Cries for Water by F. Batmanghelidj. I like the notation on the cover: You’re Not Sick; You’re Thirsty, Don’t Treat Thirst with Medication.

I think you’ll be quite surprised when you find out exactly how important WATER is.

Happy Hydrating!