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Drinking Spring Water Health Pros and Cons

by Nancy Hearn, August 11, 2016 In theory, drinking spring water is health promoting. But as is the case with all types of drinking water, the water source is the key. True spring water is captured from a natural, mountain, or artesian

Americans are Wild about Their Water

from USA Today Weekend Extra 7 Jun 2015 by Kim Painter After years of taking bigger and bigger sips, America is gulping down water: By 2016, bottled water will outsell soft drinks nationwide, and it’s already the No. 1 beverage

What’s in sodas?

  (Harmony, MD) What’s in the sodas you drink on a daily basis? It would take a chemist to figure it all out. But here: Carbonated tap water E150D — food coloring. E952 — sugar substitute. Acesulfame Potassium Aspartame Orthophosphoric

Bottled Water Facts

Sales of bottled water have increased each year since 2010 following a 2.8 percent decline in 2008 and 5.4 percent decline in 2009, according to Mintel, a London-based market research firm. Twenty-nine percent of consumers surveyed by Mintel reported they

Water is Top Adult Daily Beverage Choice

(November 18, 2013) First lady Michelle Obama recently embarked on a new campaign that encourages kids to drink more water, something they don’t do a lot of now, reports the NPD Group. In launching her campaign, the First Lady referred

3 Surprising Reasons to Give Up Soda

America has a drinking problem. No, not booze. I’m talking about soft drinks. According to the Beverage Marketing Corporation, the average American guzzles 44.7 gallons of the sweet stuff every year. Not sure what 44.7 gallons looks like? It’s about


75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated. In 37% of Americans, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is often mistaken for hunger. Even MILD dehydration will slow down one’s metabolism as much as 30%. One glass of water will

Del. Proposing New Drinking Water Requirements

DOVER, Del. (AP)- The discovery of an obscure chemical in a public well near New Castle is prompting Delaware officials to proposing new disclosure requirements. The change would require utilities to tell customers about the detection of unregulated but potentially

Eastern Springs offers private label spring water

New look, same great service and taste Eastern Springs, your locally owned water delivery company, has changed its appearance but not its great service. With a new look, a new bottle shape, complete with a handle, and a new water