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The Biggest Health Oversight You're Making & How To Fix It



Do you consider yourself a heathy person? Maybe you take vitamins daily, eat a balanced diet of whole foods, or even buy only organic. That's great, but you might be overlooking the biggest factor to your health: the water you drink. It's recommended that we drink 8 glasses a day and maybe you always hit that mark, but have you ever stopped to think about what's in the water you're guzzling down and giving to your family?


A recent study found contaminants that can be harmful to health in tap water of every state across the country. Shocking, right? Even more so is that one in four American’s tap water is unsafe or has not been properly monitored for contaminants in accordance with federal law.

While you can't control what's in your tap water, you can take action to protect you and your family by buying a filter. However, it's important to know that not all water filters are created equal. That's why you need ZeroWater, the filter that gets more out of your water.

While other pour-over filters on the market use two-stage filters, ZeroWater utilizes a five-stage dual ion-exchange filter that removes 99.6% of total dissolved solids (non-organic impurities) from water. It's also one of the only pour-over filters that is NSF certified to reduce lead.

If you want to make the health of you and your family a priority, the answer is easy. Choose ZeroWater.
ZeroWater's 23-Cup Dispenser is the largest capacity dispenser on the market and features a convenient push-to-dispense spout. Plus, it fits perfectly on a refrigerator shelf giving you and your family easy-access to clean, pure water at all times.
  • BPA-free
  • One-handed push-to-dispense spout
  • Easy-access flip-top lid for refilling
  • Comes with a TDS meter to read water quality level
  • $39.99 at www.zerowater.com
 

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