What is the importance of water?
water in our body accounts an average of 70% of water mass. Some of our body parts such as muscles, brain, lungs, liver, eyes, kidneys, muscles etc.
Our human body daily flushes out approx. 1.5 litres of water through sweating, breathing, and urination.
Whenever your body is in active state i.e. moving or doing any physical water through sweating we lose water from our body. So it becomes necessary to keep our body hydrated to maintain sufficient quantity of water. Therefore the intake of water must be at normal level the lost water from the body.
What is pH in Water?
pH is define the water quality. pH also indicates that how acidic or alkaline the water.
You may see the pH scale to understand better. It range from 0 to 14
- While the pH which is below 7 is the acidic. For example is the pH is at zero level which is being used in battery.
- The neutral range of Alkaline starts from 7pH and above.
What is the safe drinking water pH level ?
According to United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations, the recommended drinking water at pH of 6.5 to 8.5.
Common water pH levels
|Type of water||pH leve|
|Tap water||About 5 to 7|
|Bottle water||About 6.5|
|Ocean water||About 8|
|Clean rain||5.0 to 5.5|
Trending Water – the Alkaline Water
Since Alkaline water is becoming popular from few years. There are many word of mouth spreading across about health benefits of drinking alkaline water. Some say that drinking alkaline water with a pH from 7 to 9 will slow the gaining process within the humans and also healing the diseases. (2012 study)
How can I test the pH level of my Water Purifier.
You can test the pH level of your drinking water as well as your tap water also easily in your home. Visit your nearest medical shop and ask the to give you ph tester liquid or alkaline tester.
Take two transparent glass. Put tap water in one and water purifier water in another. Now put some drops of alkaline test in each glass.
You can check the colour range of alkaline water. To discover the acidic or alkaline with the graph given along with the alkaline water tester bottle.