Placing a purple label on a plastic bottle and calling “purified” and/or “super hydrating water” does NOT make this fancy water a good choice. You might like to put forth the image that your lips only pass over the best, most natural, organic, purified substances but you are only fooling yourself AND your checkbook. Sorry to burst your bubble.
Penta water stations can be found in lots of health food stores these days. Unfortunately, most people believe that if it is found inside of a health food store it IS healthy. That’s mistake #1.
The Penta merchandising display is very impressive with hints of purple (the color of high alkaline levels on a pH chart) everywhere. Unfortunately, independent tests prove that this water is in the 4 pH range…no better than your everyday bottled water. It’s frightening to think that any water bottled in toxic plastic could be touted as healthy. Apparently all of those warnings about the danger of plastics must be falling on deaf ears.
Penta water is supposed to pass through a 13 point purification process. Reverse osmosis is a pretty complicated process if you break down the steps involved. Reverse osmosis water is also VERY bad for the human body. This process was originally introduced for industrial purposes…not for human consumption. Water is supposed to contain minerals and these minerals play a HUGE role in your health. When you remove all of the natural minerals (along with the chemicals), your body doesn’t even recognize the fluid as water and it is forced to rob your body elsewhere to get what it needs to perform like water is supposed to. Sad but true.
Penta water is also proclaimed to be oxygenated which could aid in the body’s ability to hydrate more efficiently. For those of you who know little about restructured water, rest assured that the results that come forth from ionizing water are temporary. Drinking ionized water straight from the tap (or very shortly thereafter) has tremendous benefits to the body but it isn’t possible to bottle the electrical charge and expect it to still be “charged” months or years later. That’s just science. It sure sounds good, though!
The most popular size bottle for Penta water is 16 ounces and the price is $2.50+ range. You can do your own math but from where I’m sitting that means that you’re paying about $20.00 a gallon for trendy water. Since MOST people should be drinking about a gallon a day of (healthy) water, your Penta habit could set you back $600 per month. Perhaps you’re just adding a bottle of this trendy water in with all of the other fluids that you drink from toxic plastic bottles each day and expecting the 16 ounces to work miracles. There you go again…looking for that quick fix.
One bottle of Penta a day cannot hydrate you nor can it make your body more alkaline. It would take a whole lot more than that to do the job! But I guess if you look at the bright side, drinking just one bottle a day reduces your expense to a mere $75.00 a month (for the rest of your life). Ha! And people criticize me for what I paid for my medical-grade ionizer that will produce an endless supply of healthy water every day for the rest of my life. Who’s the fool?
CHANGING THE WAY THE WORLD LOOKS AT WATER…
ONE LIFE AT A TIME!