You already know that you need to drink lots more water, but you just cannot seem to do it. Maybe you have quite a refined palate and you can taste things in water that no one else can. If that is the case, water filters and water filtration systems can really help. Here is how.
Recent developments with faucet filters not only filter out smells and tastes that are unpleasant, but also incorporate flavor filters. The water passes through the original carbon filter to purify it. Then it passes through a secondary filter to provide you with flavored water. If you do not want to use the flavor filter, there is a way to turn this off to conserve it. (If you still wash dishes in the sink, or you use that same tap for cooking water, you will want to turn the flavor filter off.)
The convenience of countertop filters is that these filters tap into your water supply pipes from below the counter while leaving the tap itself alone. You never have to disengage your filter to use the sink water for cooking and cleaning. These filters filter the water in a clear reservoir that allows you to see the impurities being trapped in the filter. Knowing that makes you feel more confident about drinking more water, too.
When you do not want a whole house filter, a tap filter, or a countertop filter, you can get a single under-the-sink filter. This type gives you the option of purifying the water for just one sink, or each individual sink in the house. If you regularly drink water from every sink in the house, then install under-the-sink filters under every sink. Purified water accessible from wherever you are in the house means you have no excuses not to drink more water.
Reverse Osmosis Filters
For the truly discriminating palate, try reverse osmosis filters. These filters can be installed either as whole house filters or as under-the-sink filters. They destroy bacteria that can affect the taste of your water, and they pull even the tiniest mineral and dirt particles from the water. If you have well water, a reverse osmosis filter really helps make the water taste and smell a lot better.
Whole House Systems
Whole house systems are typically installed in the basement near your water meters. They cycle regularly and then hold several gallons of purified water. When you turn on any faucet in the house, you get the purest water possible.
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