Which water is best?

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There are so many choices for bottled water out there; it’s hard to tell which one is best. There’s a reason no one likes the taste of tap water – it’s filled with all of those chemicals like fluoride and chlorine. I mean think about it, those pipes have been around for a loooong time. And when they clean them, you’re drinking that water.

But, even if you’re using a filter and aren’t using a BPA-free, refillable container, you may be ingesting plastic unnecessarily. So what do you reach for when you’re in a hurry, and just need a bottle of water? Look no further.

Here are my top 3 favorites and why:

1. Agana Rainwater – This is rainwater that has never touched the ground, has no pollutants, has been filtered through carbon like 8 times, and is never chlorinated. To top it all off, it’s in a BPA-free bottle! You can find it at Whole Foods in the aisles, or at Walgreens. And the taste is delish.

2. Fiji Water – This water is filtered by volcanic rock in one of the most pristine parts of the world, and is never touched by humans. It has a smooth mouth feel due to it’s high silica content. It’s also a perfect pH, which has been linked to helping reduce inflammation in the body.

3. Mountain Valley Spring Water – What could be better than water as nature intended? This water has been around for centuries and is bottle at the source in Hot Springs, AR. It’s said to have healing properties and has been used by politicians, celebrities and diplomats for years. The company even posts the results of their water quality tests online, so they are always transparent. This means you can trust you’re getting the best water possible.

So there you have it, my favorites and why. What are your favorites? Have you tried any of the above bottled water brands yet?

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