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How Much Water Does A Dishwasher Use?

How Much Water Does A Dishwasher Use?

Surprisingly, the ever-so-convenient dishwasher isn't the most essential kitchen appliance. But should it be? How much water does a dishwasher use? The answer will surprise you. Let's break down common dishwasher misconceptions and drop truth bombs on hand washing. First Things First: Water Consumption of Dishwashers So really, how much water does a dishwasher use?The short answer: 6 to 10 gallons of water per cycle. Allow us to explain. Time and time again, the environmental impact of a dis...

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What's Your Water?

What's Your Water?

Knowing All the Basic Types of Water Water is often described as the ingredient to life. This necessary substance makes up about 71% of the earth's surface and constitutes 60% of the human body. Given that we lose water through our urine and sweat, we need to replenish our hydration regularly. One thing a lot of people don't realize is that there are different types of drinking water. In fact, not all drinking water is the same, meaning they have different prices, sources, and nutrients. Her...

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How Much Water Should I Drink a Day?

How Much Water Should I Drink a Day?

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The human body is roughly 60% water. It is also always losing water, be it through sweat, through urine or even through natural respiration. Because the body is constantly losing water over time, drinking water is a necessity to avoid dehydration. Look into the question of "how much water?" online and you will likely find some conflicting opinions. One of the most common answers, championed by some health professionals, is the "8 by 8 rule"--eight 8 ounce glasses a day, equating to 1.89 lite...

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How to Test Your Water for Hardness

How to Test Your Water for Hardness

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How to Test Your Water for Hardness It is standard for our tap water to contain a range of minerals. Some of these include potassium, calcium, chloride, magnesium, iron and zinc. A steady supply of these minerals is easy for our bodies to absorb and even contribute to a healthy lifestyle. However, an abundance of minerals could prove to be more harmful than we think. A hardness test can help you learn more about the state of your home’s H2O supply at any given time. According to a US Geolog...

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What Is Water Fasting?

What Is Water Fasting?

Are you trying to lose weight? Or perhaps you're looking for natural ways to reset your body? Many people are catching onto the various benefits of water fasting. In general, fasting is a type of food intake restriction. The practice has taken place for thousands of years - even ancient Greeks like Hippocrates fasted! Water fasting is a more specific form of this diet, where you don't eat any food. Instead, you only drink water.  The diet is not easy, but it has a lot of potential benefits, ...

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Can You Remove Fluoride In Water By Boiling?

Can You Remove Fluoride In Water By Boiling?

Some people are comfortable with fluoride in their H20, while others would rather not have it. There is not a clear consensus on whether scientists think it's dangerous to drink this mineral. However, many people still want to know if you can remove it by boiling.  The answer to this question is no. The fluoride will become more concentrated by boiling or even leaving it on a hot plate for an extended period of time.  When boiling water, you're trying to remove the fluoride ion rather than t...

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Sports Drinks vs. Water: Which is the Best Hydration Drink?

Sports Drinks vs. Water: Which is the Best Hydration Drink?

Of all the things we eat and drink, water is the most vital. Water makes up around 60% of an adult human's body weight. As we exercise, our body loses water, which makes it essential to keep hydrated. So what is it that sports drinks offer that water doesn't? There are two principal features of sports drinks besides the water content: electrolytes and carbohydrates.  Sports drink makers often advertise these elements as beneficial to sporting performance. However, whether these additions mak...

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Water: The Main Ingredient in Beer

Water: The Main Ingredient in Beer

Many brewers and lovers of beer love to muse over the ingredients. We ponder on the flavor profile of our favorite beers. We discuss the hop varietals and strains of yeast, how they balance, and how they don't. This tendency has only increased as craft brews have soared, giving us more opportunities to ponder what's in our favorite drinks.  But, the real key ingredient in beer is one that will scarcely merit a mention, let alone a long satisfied ‘mmm' as we take our first, second, or 17th si...

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Disinfectants Used In Tap Water to Make Them Safe

Disinfectants Used In Tap Water to Make Them Safe

When you drink a glass of tap water, fill a pan for cooking, or wash your dishes, you're probably not thinking about the chemicals that come out of your faucet. Don't let the idea of chemicals scare you though, tap water needs to be cleaned. Without disinfectant, your tap water would be full of pathogens and bacteria that could make you unwell - and could even be deadly.  We usually associate disinfectants such as chlorine with swimming baths, where it's used to kill off bacteria and other h...

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Peruvian Glaciers Are Disappearing

Peruvian Glaciers Are Disappearing

Anyone who has been paying attention to global warming's continually accelerating effects is aware (or at least has heard of) glacial melting.  Glaciers in Alaska are melting at an alarming rate due to the repercussions of climate change. But did you know that glacial retreat isn't just a problem for the frozen Arctic Circle?  Tropical glaciers around the equator are experiencing incredibly rapid rates of retreat. Yes, there is such a thing as tropical glaciers, which are located at altitude...

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How Climate Change is Affecting Water's Acid Level

How Climate Change is Affecting Water's Acid Level

  Several environmental factors affect our oceans. The most significant, climate change and ocean acidification, go hand in hand. Since oceans cover roughly 70% of the Earth's surface, these two factors play a huge role in global climate changes.  Acidity levels in the ocean have been rising over the last few centuries. Due to these changes, marine ecosystems are being negatively affected and put at risk. If left unchecked, this will affect human food sources and continue to increase global w...

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Why Florida's Coral Reefs are Dying?

Why Florida's Coral Reefs are Dying?

All over the world, oceans are heating up, killing coral. Things like heat-induced bleaching are major reasons coral reef has not only stopped growing but has started to erode. The third-largest reef appears to be disappearing more by the day because of stressors in the environment (more on this later).  What Are Coral Reefs Exactly? Large underwater structures made of coral are called coral reefs. Healthy coral reef systems are some of the most valuable structures in the world. They provide...

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The AquaBliss SF220 Shower Filter features a 3-Stage Filtration System guaranteed to purify your shower water at any temperature. By: Chip

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