Water, an essential element in ones life. One can last up to 60 days or even more without food. Longest noted without water, was one week… Can today's drinking water be fully trusted? Who is distributing all the so-called spring water bottles? Aren't they the same as the big corporations that supply most of the processed foods that can be found on the shelf in any supermarket today? And one may wonder, if these corporations are the ones to decide which water to sell us while labeling it "spring water", can they be 100% trusted, or can they not? Knowing this can provide one an opportunity to take charge of what they consume, and I think that would be a wise step, don't you?
Once at a health and wellness expo where we had a booth displaying Adya Clarity products, we purchased prior, a pint of a well known 'spring water' brand, added Adya Clarity to it, and let it sit on our table. Lo and Behold! After a few hours a yellow layer could be found on the bottom of the bottle…! And one may ask themselves, why should I pay $2.50 for impure water in a fancy packaging? Does that water actually hydrate and mineralize ones body? Hmmm… Asking such questions may be the first step in waking up and making a personal shift in what one allows into their body (and out of their pocket)… Realizing that waters original purpose is to hydrate, mineralize, and detox the body of impurities. Water was once highly mineralized and clean, thus fulfilling it's full purpose.
I invite you to take two cups of water: one filtered, one filtered with Adya minerals in it, and sip from the filtered only one first, then from the one with the Adya. People who I have done this test with in the past, have noted that there was a significant difference between the two. The water with the Adya tasted 'lighter', and felt like it was absorbed more easily into the body, and mental clarity was enhanced. The minerals in Adya break the water molecules in half, while structuring the water, as well as releasing trapped oxygen from the water (oxygenating), and of course purifying from contaminants. The result- highly hydrating, and mineralizing water.
Calculating the cost effectiveness of Adya vs. a $2.50/pint of so-called 'spring water', reveals a shocking truth- Adya Clarity costs only 60 cents per day per person (considering they drink 1 gallon a day)- 60 cents per day for one gallon of the best water one can get these days (unless they take a long trip to some high elevation area where clean springs still exist- and still they won't find water with 100 minerals in it…)!!!
Hmmmm: $2.50 per pint of filtered water, or 60 per gallon of health generating, pure, clean, structured, hydrating water?
Which one would you choose, now to take care charge of your water today?
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