Tuesday 16 February 2021

Pure Water With ZeroWater

The amount of water that we are recommended to drink each day seems to change depending on who you talk to but the NHS recommend drinking around 2 litres which is the equivalent of 6-8 glasses each day.This is relatively achievable for most people, but if you normally reach for a glass of tap water, you might not have thought about the amounts of lead, heavy metals, or chromium you might be ingesting 6-8 times a day.

ZeroWater is the only water filter brand that delivers the equivalent to purified bottled water into your home. Developed with a pour-through system and an aim to deliver the best filtration possible with their premium five-stage ion exchange technology, this filter removes virtually all total dissolved solids (TDS), a claim which no other filter jug or dispenser can put their name to.

And that’s not all, this breakthrough filtration system from ZeroWater is certified by NSF International for the reduction of Lead and other heavy metals such as Chromium 3 & 6 and Mercury. It also removes 99% of all fluoride from your water. The Good Housekeeping Research Institute has also revealed that ZeroWater removes more total contaminants from water than a regular Brita filter.

As someone who prefers to drink filtered water, I found this really intriguing and wanted to try the water filter for myself, I tested my tap water which was extremely high in contamination, I was even more surprised when I tested my Brita filtered water which read high in the yellow zone, but the ZeroWater filter watered measured really low just entering into the moderate dark blue zone which was good enough for me. I'm really pleased with my ZeroWater filter and will be using this filter from now on. ZeroWater filters start from £24.99, check out the website to find a filter which suits your needs