I won’t beat around the bush with this one. I used to hate drinking water. To be fair, as strange as it sounds, I’m not really one to consume much liquids during the day. About 2 years ago I decided that I needed to focus on my health. It became the case that I had put on a lot of weight and my skin was also not very healthy looking. After doing some research (and getting a personal trainer) I decided to change. One of the changes I incorporated was drinking more water. Well this lasted for nearly a year before I gave up. For me, drinking tap water was a no go and bottled water was too expensive (and terrible for the environment). I definitely needed something that would make it easier for me.
Earlier this year I received the ZeroWater 7 Cup water filter jug. I’ve used water filters in the past but was intrigued by the claims of this one. The 7 Cup filtration uses sophisticated technology to remove all dissolved solids from your water. The filtration system is so unique in that it removes 99.6% of all fluoride from your water. In the first stage of filtration activated carbon and oxidation reduction alloy removes the chlorine taste from tap water. The Ion Exchange stage removes all dissolved solids from your water and the next three stages remove other contaminates to ensure your water reading delivers a ‘000’ on the water quality meter you’re provided with. It is the only pour-through filter jug that’s certified by the NSF to reduce both lead and chromium.
I’ve been using the ZeroWater 7 Cup water filter jug for 7 months now, and it has become a staple in our fridge. The jug is so convenient and we only had to change the filter about 3 months in. The water jug fits perfectly on our top shelf in our fridge and isn’t too heavy when full. However I think that if you have weak wrists you may not find it to be so lightweight. I also loved the fact that I could use the filtered water without spilling water that’s still filtering. In the filter section you will see the filter particles, however these have never entered the main jug.
The convenience of the using ZeroWater 7 Cup has lead to me drinking mainly water now. My husband is also a fan of this and is always topping up the jug. We no longer purchase bottled water and our water consumption is solely from using the jug. The water tastes fresh and is crystal clear.
I’d definitely recommend giving the water filter a go! The ZeroWater 7 Cup retails for £24.99 and can be purchased here.
Let me know if you’ve tried this or are willing to try it!
SOME LINKS ARE AFFILIATES WHICH MEANS I RECEIVE A SMALL COMMISSION % SHOULD YOU CHOOSE TO PURCHASE THROUGH MY LINK. ALL ITEMS MENTIONED WERE PURCHASED BY MYSELF (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED).