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American Heart Month Supports Safe Drinking Water

25 February, 2013 (11:31) | Uncategorized | By: admin

There are few people in this world that most of us will truly take orders from. Maybe a police officer or a boss, but hopefully our doctors. We trust that they have our best interest at hand and have done the research for best practice advice. In the case of February and American Heart Month, medical experts certainly have done some research on this amazing organ that is the force which pumps our blood through our body and keeps us alive. A healthy heart functions better when we take care of it, just as the rest of our body does. Eating right, staying hydrated, and exercising are a few of the simplest ways to care for our precious hearts.

The American Heart Association states that water is critical for a healthy heart. We want to celebrate this February’s American Heart Month by providing safe drinking water to more households and businesses than ever. Safe drinking water is important when you make the decision to drink more water. Hydrate your heart with one of our drinking water systems which use reverse osmosis. Our water purifier effectively reduces harmful contamination which is common among tap water. Certified by the NSF and the California Department of Health Services, our products are affordable, eco-friendly, and use the most advanced water technology to support heart health.

So it’s that simple? Drink more water and have a healthier heart? Pretty much, yes. It certainly doesn’t guarantee it, but the odds fall a little more in your favor for the reasons listed above. You still need to take care of yourself of course. Drinking more water will not cancel out unhealthy decisions with food, smoking, and being inactive. Keeping the body hydrated helps the heart more easily pump blood through the blood vessels to the muscles. And, it helps the muscles remove waste so that they can work efficiently.  “If you’re well hydrated, your heart doesn’t have to work as hard,” said John Batson, M.D, a sports medicine physician with Lowcountry Spine & Sport in Hilton Head Island, S.C., and an American Heart Association volunteer. The American Heart Association explains that “the amount of water a person needs depends on climatic conditions, clothing worn and exercise intensity and duration.” Come check out our water purifier and other drinking water systems and drink more water. Hydrate your heart and improve health instantly.