Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink?

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Several of my clients have asked what the best water filter would be for their home/office.  Since every person's goals and pocket book varies, I have posted below a few links to aid in making the decision that is best for you.  





https://wellnessmama.com/8079/water-filter-options/ - Katie over at Wellness Mama goes into detail about various systems and their pro's and con's.  Be sure to check out the hyperlinks she provided as it leads to additional helpful information.  

For those of you who do not feel like reading and will just ask me what I'd pick, we have reverse osmosis (RO) in our home so I can't speak personally to a portable filtration system.  Many years ago, we had Brita.  It was better than not filtering water but was not thorough enough according to our preferences. It also had a hard time keeping up with our consumption demand. With that, the replacement filters can be expensive when going through volumes of water. Given my druthers, when it comes to portable water filtration systems, I would go for Berkey as it has an excellent reputation in functional nutrition circles for being a quality and reliable choice.  While it may be a little more expensive upfront, from what I understand, it pays off in the long run. For an all house filtration system, we are more than pleased with RO.


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