Do you and your bank account both hate paying extremely high bottled water prices? If that’s the case, this will be the most cost-saving info you’ve ever found. I know I kicked the bottled water habit years ago and instead got some really healthy water. I also got it at a fraction of the cost of what I used to pay for bottled water. And because I like people, I just had to share.
Let me give you some comparisons to see if your dislike of high prices goes along with mine.
- Chanel No. 5 perfume – $25,600/gal
- Insulin – $9,411/gal
- Black ink for a printer – $2701/gal
- Red Bull energy drink – $30.69/gal
- Jamba Juice – $21.82/gal
- Budweiser – $8.88/gal
- Evian Spring Water – $6.40/gal
- Gas for your car – $3.75/gal
- Tap water – negligible or almost free. You can buy many many gallons for 1 cent
- 1 gallon of air – free (and it’s the number one thing your body can’t survive without)
Let me put that tap water thing in perspective. You could fill about 2300 bottles for about $1.
Did you notice something on that list? The most vital things for maintaining your life — air and water — have the lowest cost. I don’t know if that makes you think, but it sure did for me.
Colleen will be the first to tell you that public water systems need to have chlorine in it to avoid major health outbreaks from microbial contamination. Chlorinated water is what comes out of your tap and she calls it “utility water.” It’s super cheap, but it’s not yet ideally suited for drinking (or even showering). You should still do something to it once it reaches your home to filter out the chlorine, modify the hardness, and leave in the dissolved minerals and micronutrients that are essential for optimizing your household water.
We’ve created our educational webinars to help you learn everything you can to turn that inexpensive tap water into what Colleen and I call Life Support Water. This exceptionally healthy water will cost you far less than bottled water ever will. Better and cheaper. Now that’s a combination most of us can really go for.
~ Dr Paul