Water,  Wellness

Tap Water, How Toxic Can it Be?

Currently in the United States, tap water contains more than 160 unregulated contaminates. Many of the chemicals are known to cause cancer, harm the brain and nervous system, alter growth and development, cause fertility issues, and hormone disruption. Even regulated chemicals, within the governments legal limits, often exceed what is known to be safe. 

To learn what is in your tap water visit EWG’s Tap Water Database https://www.ewg.org/tapwater/. EWG is an independent group of researchers who are working to expose the chemicals in tap water and their health effects.

How can you avoid consuming chemicals in your tap water? There are many water filters on the market. However, the ease of use and the amount of contaminates each filter removes varies. The Berkey Water Filter is an easy and cost effective option to purify your drinking water of bacteria, viruses, chlorine, pesticides, herbicides and other harmful toxins. The Berkey countertop filter comes in many different sizes so you can find the right option for home and travel.  We’ve used our Berkey for over 5 years and still love it.

If you would like to learn more about the contaminates in your tap water, along with all of the ways you can avoid them, book an initial consultation with us or follow us at www.wellnessviadesign.com or on Facebook, LinkedIn, Houzz, Pintrest, MeWe and Parler.


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Kristina is a Licensed Interior Designer and Certified Health and Wellness Coach. Her passion and dedication to healthy living and the environment began in college as her own health declined. For her, the toxicity of the air, water, food, electromagnetic radiation, building and consumer products found and consumed in our homes and businesses became evident. Kristina realized these issues play a key role in her health and the declining health of our society. Through years of experience and research Kristina has obtained a wealth of knowledge. As the ‘canary in the coal mine’, Kristina has learned firsthand the importance of putting wellness first when creating a balanced and beautiful environment.

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