Is Reverse Osmosis Water Good For You?

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So what exactly is “reverse osmosis?” According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, “reverse osmosis is the movement of freshwater through a semipermeable membrane when pressure is applied to a solution (such as seawater) on one side of it,” – or, in much simpler terms, the process of filtering fresh water. Here are some benefits to a reverse osmosis drinking system.

Removes Many Contaminants

One of the biggest benefits of consuming reverse osmosis water is the fact that it removes many contaminants found in unfiltered water including, lead, sodium, etc. Therefore, if you are looking for cleaner water or just desire those perfectly clear ice cubes, the reverse osmosis system is the answer. The Kinetico K5 reverse osmosis system currently removes more contaminants than any other system on the market, while also using a self-contained cleaning system to extend the product’s life and ensure you are always getting the cleanest water possible.

Helps Save the Earth

Are you the type the loves the taste of bottled water but hates the plastic waste it produces? Reverse osmosis systems provide you with the fresh bottled water taste minus the non-reusable plastic. It is as simple as picking out a reusable water bottle of your choice and filling up at any location of choice throughout your home. Using a reverse osmosis system not only tastes great but saves the planet at the same time.

Better for Cooking

Due to the fact that reverse osmosis drinking systems provide homeowners with some of the most accessible purified water, one of the many benefits that it is better for cooking. With the filtration of any unwanted chemicals or particles, you can feel safe making soup you know the whole family will love. Any recipe that calls for water (which is most) can benefit from a reverse osmosis system in your home. In addition, the Kinetico K5 system is customizable to fit the specific needs of the water in your area.

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