Calling tap water ‘clean’ debatable

Question: I can get clean drinking water straight out of my tap. Isn’t bottled water an unnecessary indulgence and a fad ?

Answer from Thanks for your question on the benefits of bottled water over tap. Whilst tap water is not immediately poisonous, calling it ‘clean’ may be up for debate.┬áHere is a list of just a few of the chemicals routinely added to our water supply:

  • Liquified chlorine.
  • Fluorosilicic acid.
  • Aluminium sulphate.
  • Calcium hydroxide.
  • Sodium silicofluoride.

The process of making water ‘safe’ to drink actually involves adding quite a lot of potentially harmful chemicals to it, which over time can accumulate in the body and lead to health problems. Tap water also passes through pipes which may be very old and contaminated. High quality bottled water that is bottled at source, like ACILIS by Spritzer silica-rich water we recommend, avoids all these pitfalls.

High quality bottled water that is bottled at source like ACILIS is not only untreated by chemicals, but it is untouched by human hand. Therefore bottled water is delivered to you exactly as nature intended, which is not a claim that can be made for tap water.

It’s not just the ingredients bottled water lacks that make it so much healthier, though; it’s the health-giving minerals it contains which are often lacking in tap-water. ACILIS is rich in the super mineral silica, which may be seen as nature’s superpower when it comes to health and beauty. Silica-rich waters are proven in clinical trials to bind with neurotoxic aluminium in the body and remove it, thus potentially reducing our risk of diseases linked to aluminium such as Alzheimer’s. Silica-rich waters like ACILIS also promote collagen production in the body, leading to soft skin, shiny hair, and supple joints.

All in all, we truly believe a quality bottled water such ACILIS is a daily necessity, not an indulgence or a fad. To learn more about the great health-giving benefits of ACILIS, please take a few moments to explore the rest of our website.

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