Healthy water is water which is free from all pollutants (chemical and organic pollutants, bacteria, viruses, etc.), with a low content of dissolved elements (heavy metals, nitrates, phosphates, etc.), with low turbidity and neutral pH (8.8).
Spring water is water of natural origin that forms on contact with rock and is characterized by its content of oxygen, trace elements and mineral elements.
It is a beneficial water for health, rich in trace elements, mineral elements and microorganisms.
Drinking water is a major element of human and economic development, in particular for the establishment of sustainable development.
Sustainable development is development that responds to ecological and social imperatives. It is linked to the challenges of sustainable development, and to its achievement. It is the way to reconcile the needs of society and the environment. It is of interest to many and various stakeholders: individuals, businesses, local communities, authorities and governments. Sustainable development is achieved when a society provides for its needs without compromising the ability of future generations to do so.
Water, an essential liquid for our survival
Water is essential for our survival, it is essential for all the processes that take place in our body.
We need about 2 liters of water a day to keep our bodies healthy.
Besides its use to remove waste and toxins, water is used in the processes of digestion, absorption and circulation of nutrients. Water also has a moisturizing function: it helps maintain proper hydration of cells and tissues.
How to distinguish healthy waters from others depends on several factors. These include the place where the sample was taken, the condition of the person consuming it, the amount of water consumed and the amount of chlorophyll it contains.