Did you know that reverse osmosis takes all of the minerals out of the water - including the beneficial ones?
It's true. And that bothers some people.
If you've been shopping for a reverse osmosis system, you know there are a lot of brands and models out there to choose from. Doing the research takes a lot of time, and it can get pretty confusing.
Let me help you out.
You've probably heard about how great reverse osmosis is for filtering drinking water.
Maybe it's a little too good.
It removes all kinds of contaminants, but it also takes out beneficial minerals, lowering the pH of the water and making it slightly more acidic.
When I learned about the bad effects that fluoride can have on our health, I knew that I had to do something to protect myself and my family.
Lead in drinking water is "one of the greatest environmental threats we face as a country."
So said Scott Pruitt, head of the EPA in early 2018.
He also said that the agency hopes to eliminate the problem in the next ten years, but apparently there is no plan in place to accomplish that goal. Hmm.
Are you concerned about lead in your drinking water?
If so, I have a suggestion for you. Don't wait around for the government to fix the problem for you. You might be waiting for a long, long time.
Are you looking for a good reverse osmosis filter that won't cost you an arm and a leg?
Like the rest of the top rated systems, the RO5DX 5 Stage Reverse Osmosis System from Express Water does a fantastic job of removing contaminants and making drinking water taste fresh and clean.
But it's a good bit less expensive than the others.
Are you concerned about the safety of your drinking water?
If you've been thinking about investing in a water filter, chances are you're considering a reverse osmosis system because you know they're so effective.
Everybody wants clean, safe, and great-tasting drinking water, right?
But, more often than not, that's not what you get when you turn on the tap. The best solution is usually some kind of water filter.