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WHY IS THE pH LEVEL OF DRINKING WATER IMPORTANT?
pH is a chemistry term to define and quantify the the amount of hydrogen ions. It actually means “the power of Hydrogen.” Substances with a pH level less than 7 are considered acidic, while substances with a pH level greater than 7 are considered alkaline.
Numerous medical experts agree that increasing your alkaline intake with healthy foods and water is one of the best things you can for your health and well being. This relationship between your pH level and your oxygen intake can have a dramatic effect on preventing illness and disease. A boost in your pH levels boosts your body’s oxygen intake, and, as a general rule, pathogens do not survive in an oxygen-rich, alkaline environment.
This is one of the reasons we feel so revived when bathing in sea water. Sea water has roughly the same trace elements and minerals as, and closely matches, human plasma. The healing benefits of the sea and its relatively neutral pH have been touted for centuries — but naturally we can’t drink this water. Tap water is relatively neutral at 7.0, but choosing a higher pH drinking water, such as Tahoe Artesian Water™, helps with the desired health benefits.
THE ARTESIAN DIFFERENCE
ARTESIAN WATER, the purest form of drinking water, reaches the ground surface under its own natural pressure through an aquifer into a freely flowing artisan well. It requires little or no treatment and contains beneficial minerals.
SPRING WATER is the most common form of bottled water and while you may picture gushing rivers of clean water, it’s actually sourced underground, often from a municipal (city) source. It is usually treated and purified.
PURIFIED WATER may come from any source. It has been treated by distillation, deionization, reverse osmosis, or carbon filtration, which removes common chemicals or contaminants. This process also removes many beneficial minerals as well.
Tahoe Artesian Water™ is sourced from a single, pristine granite aquifer located at 7,000 feet above sea level in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. This water is untouched by mankind before reaching our consumers, and is absolutely perfect in its natural form, the way nature intended it to be.