What type of water you are drinking???

Kottayam, India
September 5, 2009 4:10am CST
On this earth all people are depend on water, for drinking, washing and a lot of other chores. water is different due to its impurities and different terrain.But One has to drink water at any cost.Now a days people are spammed by advt s for purchasing water purifiers.at any cost one should drink good to maintain good health. I am drinking boiled water. How about you this problem???
4 responses
@coolcat123 (4392)
• India
5 Sep 09
i am suffering a lot with this problem, we drink under ground water taken out by a hand pump. this water is so dirty and muddy but there is no other way of getting pure water from any source. one source of drinking water is the readymade cans but those are very costly and not affordable by many people of our area. Another way is to boil and drink water but boiling takes time and cooling again creates a big routine and problem. even the gas rates are increasing day by day,and we have to buy gas cylinders in black. So, have no other way which will help me to drink pure and clean water.
• Kottayam, India
6 Sep 09
In third world countries water is very scarce one has to find good source
• Philippines
5 Sep 09
we drink mineral water from galaxy aqua. they will just going to deliver it to us if we run out of water. but for shower and washing, we just use the nawasa or tap water. we dont use purifiers as we are already contented for mineral water as its already safe and they already purify it there. boiled water is best too rather than to buy which is only added to your expenses.
• Kottayam, India
6 Sep 09
hip hip hurray you get good water and thank God too
@picjim (3003)
• India
5 Sep 09
We used to boil and drink water for many years,but lately we have been drinking filtered water.I've come to know through mylot that filtered water is not beneficial but i'm yet to make a thorough study before deciding.
• Kottayam, India
6 Sep 09
thanks for responding, take advantage information available through myLot.
@MrKennedy (1994)
5 Sep 09
I just slurp my water straight from the tap. Here in the UK, we have two different types of water areas, Hard and Soft Water. Each type has its advantages and disadvantages. Living in the South, my water's naturally Hard, meaning it contains more dissolved minerals than Soft Water, that has been treated and may taste slightly more salty. I consider water from the tap to be no less healthy than any of that fancy stuff sold in bottles, that are usually horrendously priced considering its only water. Personally, I think if the water tastes fine, and it's been proven safe for consumption, then it's fine to drink and still gain health benefits from it. ~Mr. Kennedy~
• Kottayam, India
6 Sep 09
thanks for responding and u are selected to best response