Friday, July 20, 2012

INSIGHT: How Safe Is Your Water?

All living things must have water to survive, whether they get it from a water fountain, a rain cloud, or a little bottle attached to the side of a hamster cage. Without water, your body would stop working properly.


Water makes up more than half of your body weight and a person can't survive for more than a few days without it. Why? Your body has lots of important jobs and it needs water to do many of them. For instance, your blood, which contains a lot of water, carries oxygen to all the cells of your body. Without oxygen, your cells would die and your body would stop working.

Water is also a fluid that is part of your immune system, which helps you fight off illness. You need water to digest your food and get rid of waste, too. Water is needed for digestive juices, urination, defication and perspiration. There’s no doubt that water is important becuase just like mother Earth, water makes up 70% of the human body.


Why is it then that we, as a people, take advantage of our access to clean drinking water. Most of us go to the faucet and get a glass of clean fresh water several times a day and never give the first thought to the importance of water. We are so accustomed to having it, we rarely think about what our lives would be like, if we had to struggle to find water that was even halfway safe to drink.

Sadly, in many other countries across the globe this a problem that is all too real for it’s inhabitants. They are forced to drink water from rivers, streams, watering holes, and other water sources, that are more than likely diseased or polluted. They are forced, often times, to bathe and cook with this same dirty water.


Imagine what it would be like if all the water that you had available, was water that you were sure was going to make you sick to drink. What would it feel like to have to give your children this water? It is heart wrenching to even think that there are people that deal with this every single day of their life.

In many countries, the water problem is the primary reason people are unable to rise out of poverty. Women and children bear the burdens disproportionately, often spending six hours or more each day fetching water for their families and communities. 1.1 billion people in the world do not have access to safe drinking water, roughly one-sixth of the world's population. 50 percent of people on earth lack adequate sanitation.


QNET is one of the few companies and brands that is doing it's part to make sure that the water you drink and absorb is safe and benefitial to your body.  With products such as The Amezcua Bio Disc 2, Straw Tube, Energy Shell, Home Pure and Water From Air (WFA), you can be sure that the water you consume either directly through ingestion or indirectly through absorption is safe for your body. Home Pure is a filtration system installed in your home that is one important way to pro-actively monitor and ensure the quality and safety of your drinking water. To find out more about Home Pure click here or watch the video below. 


The WFA water system mimics the way mother nature makes rain. Much like how the sun evaporates water sources from the earth, Water From Air evaporates water from the air around us, before being sent to the condenser. After the evaporation and condensation comes the purification stage, then the water is pumped into a tank. There it is prepared for the system's seven stages of filtration to ensure the drinking water is clean and safe.


Are you doing your part to ensure that the water you consume is safe? 

Ensuring access to clean and safe water should be one of your top priorities, so do your part today by doing more research to figure out if the water you consume is safe. Spread the word if you find the results lacking and figure out what you can do to make it better not just for you, but for your family and community too. For more information about water safety and what you can do to make it safe for you and your family, click this link. It's time for you to wake up and ask the question, "How safe is my water?" if you are ready to take a stand and ensure that the water you and your family consumes is safe.

4 comments:

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  3. Thanks Faustina, but I barely scratched the surface of the issue. The subject of the safety of the water we consume is so huge I just hope to encourage others to take it seriously and like me find out the truth and take matters in their own hands and make a difference.

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