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Types of Drinking Water

Aquafina
Aquafina

Aquafina® originates from public water sources and is then purified through a rigorous purification process. This purification process includes reverse osmosis and other filtering and purification methods.

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Dasani
Dasani

Dasani is a popular brand which sells plain bottled water as well as sparkling water and flavored water. Most people, even if they are extremely health-conscious, don't think twice before unscrewing a bottle of water and drinking their fill; almost no one carefully analyzes the ingredients list on a bottle of water before consuming it.

Distilled Water
Distilled Water

Distilled water is the purest form of water because it typically has the lowest levels contaminants and minerals. Although distilled water is commonly used for household needs such as ironing or steam cleaning, other types are more often consumed as drinking water.

Evian
Evian

Facts About Evian Water By Melinda Gaines Many are familiar with Evian water, having drunk it, purchased it or seen advertisements for it. Evian water is actually behind many various ventures, including a women's golf tournament, and has been used in a variety of products besides drinking water.

source: leaf.tv
Fiji Natural Artesian Water
Fiji Natural Artesian Water

#5 of 10 Best Artesian Water Brands of 2017 - Bottled water is a resource that many take for granted, but premium examples of bottled water represent the absolute best drinking water that is available anywhere on the planet.

Liquid Water is wet and Fluid
Liquid Water is wet and Fluid

Wetness is defined by the strength of the surface tension of a liquid. The lower the tension the 'wetter' the liquid. Water doesn't even come close to being the wettest, with things like paraffin and petrol being 'wetter'.

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Mineral Water
Mineral Water

Bottled water/ Packaged Drinking Water is drinking water (e.g. well water, distilled water, also mineral water or spring water etc.) packaged in plastic or glass water bottles that may be carbonated or not.

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Mountain Valley Spring Water
Mountain Valley Spring Water

Spring & Sparkling in Green Glass. Sodium free, naturally alkaline and refreshingly pure.

Nestle Pure Life
Nestle Pure Life

Nestlé® Pure Life® puts great tasting bottled drinking water in easy reach of your family using a rigorous quality process that means you can trust every drop.

Smartwater
Smartwater

Smart Water is supposed to be better for you than regular water because of its extra ingredients. It boasts of the fact that it can have a distinct taste (from the added electrolytes) and also offers more benefits than the average bottled water or tap water can.

Solid Water—ice is Frozen Water
Solid Water—ice is Frozen Water

The water molecule. Ice is the solid state of water, a normally liquid substance that freezes to the solid state at temperatures of 0 °C (32 °F) or lower and expands to the gaseous state at temperatures of 100 °C (212 °F) or higher.

Sparkling Water
Sparkling Water

Sparkling water - not tonic water, which may have added sugar and sodium - is the way to go. (Heinz Wuchner/Getty Images/Picture Press RM)

Spring Water
Spring Water

The FDA classifies bottled water under three main categories: natural spring water, mineral water and purified drinking water. In order to be categorized as purified drinking water by the FDA, water has to be refined in one of three ways—deionization, reverse osmosis or distilled (we’ll discuss these methods later on in the post).

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Tap Water
Tap Water

Occasionally, your tap water can become contaminated as a result of breaks in the water line, although one of the biggest problems is lead getting into the water from pipes. Even ''lead-free'' pipes can contain as much as 8% lead.

source: webmd.com
Voss
Voss

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Well Water
Well Water

Most well water is safe to drink, but there can be health risks associated with well water used for drinking. Well water may contain microorganisms and...