Benefits of Filtered Water

The Benefits of Filtered Water

Today, people have a wide range of choices for drinking water. There’s tap water, mineral water, spring water, purified water, distilled water, and filtered water. The health benefits of mineral water are pretty well known. But what about filtered purified water? How can it benefit you and your health?

Top 5 Health Benefits of Filtered Purified Water

This guide will provide you with useful information concerning water filtration and the specific benefits of Nova Filters. Additionally, you will learn about some of the basic science involved in water filtration. But first, let’s start with the top 5 benefits of filtered water:

Filtered water can reduce the risk of cancer

Filtered water will help reduce the presence of numerous carcinogenic substances. Disinfection by-products (DBPs) are a type of carcinogen that results from the chemical reaction of chlorine (used to disinfect drinking water) and natural organic substances. Using Nova proprietary Coconut carbon reduces these contaminants better than any other on the market.
A quick review of your water bill from most municipalities usually revels several by-products from the disinfection process both being class B carcinogens. TTHM (for total trihalomethanes) and haloacetic acids (HAAs).
See further detail on the CDC website

Consuming these by-products is even more harmful than the direct consumption of chlorine. DBPs have been known to cause a range of cancers, including rectal, colon, and bladder cancer. Thankfully, filtering water gets rid of DBPs, thus may reduce the risk of getting certain cancers.

Another powerful carcinogen is arsenic. This harmful substance has been known to cause several different types of cancer. While filtration cannot eliminate all traces of arsenic, filtered water has a much smaller percentage of arsenic than tap water.

Filtered water supports healthy development in children

Contaminants such as arsenic and aluminum can adversely affect cognitive and immune development in children. Filtered water can help ensure that your children grow and develop normally, without the effects of harmful chemicals or metals in their drinking water. Filtered water is also beneficial for pregnant women who are concerned about potential birth defects.

Filtered water can boost skin health

Filtered water tastes better than tap water and distilled water. This encourages individuals to drink more frequently and in slightly larger amounts. Studies have shown that regular hydration can result in healthier skin. Filtration also rids water of excess fluoride, which can cause cellular damage that increases the signs of aging.

The reduction of chlorine can also have a positive effect on skin health. Chlorine causes dry skin, frizzy hair (discoloration of hair dyes) and even rashes. Moreover, your skin the largest organ in your body is absorbing chlorine in the shower and ingesting it drinking and cooking. Taking hot showers or baths, inhalation and dermal absorption in the shower accounts for more exposure to THMs than drinking water!
With a proper Nova filtration system, this risk is virtually eliminated.

Water filtration may reduce the risk of gastrointestinal disease

Gastrointestinal disorders can negatively impact a person’s ability to comfortably pass stool. While the gastrointestinal tract might look normal in a medical scan, it can still function abnormally. The most common symptoms of these disorders include constipation, stomach cramps, and diarrhea.

Interestingly, many gastrointestinal conditions are caused by aluminum, one of the thousands of known toxins that are present in tap water. Filtration rids water of these contaminants and enhances gastrointestinal function. The level of comfort you have during a bowel movement may well be connected to your access to filtered water.

Additionally, filtered water reduces the risk of gastrointestinal diseases by removing cryptosporidium and giardia. Both of these intestinal parasites can cause nausea, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps. Filtered water is especially important for pregnant women and children who are more susceptible to these infections due to weaker immune systems.

Filtered water retains its healthy mineral deposits

With a coconut carbon filter, all unwanted contaminants are removed. However, you may worry that this removes the good elements, too. Thankfully, all of the healthy mineral deposits remain present in water after proper filtration. These minerals include calcium and magnesium, both of which are necessary for a healthy body. A water softener will remove calcium and magnesium if you choose to use one. Note: A softener is not required in many parts of the country the CDC states there is no negative heath risks from hard water, about 60% of our customers only have the Nova Whole House Water Filter


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