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Water and Your Health

Water is the basis for life

Many national and international health and environmental agencies give

wonderful resources to assist us in perceiving the essential role of freshwater and proper treatment for our personal and social well-being.

“Water is one among the foremost essential elements of the body. Water regulates the body’s temperature, cushions and protects very important organs, and aids the digestive system. Water not onlycomposes 75 % of all muscle tissue and about 10 % of fatty tissue, it additionally acts inside every cell to move nutrients and dispel waste.And, because water composes over half of the body, it's not possible to sustain life for over a week without it.”

Facts: Healthy hydration, © 2008American Council on Exercise 

Clean, safe, drinking water.It’s very important to each facet of life.
That’s why we’ve partnered with the National Community Pharmacists Association
(NCPA®), to support their Dispose My Meds program.Together with your local
pharmacies we’re working to make sure that unused and expired pharmaceuticals are
disposed of in an environmentally-friendly method.
Join us in this vitalmission, and help us keep our water system healthy and prescription drug-free.
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Home and Office Bottled Water Delivery in Houston

Who Offers The Best Home And Office Bottled Water Delivery Service?

Primo Water Houston Offers The Best Home And Office Bottled Water Delivery Service

What Is The Best Way To Say Healthy?

Drink Plenty Of Primo Water.
When Is The Best Time To Set Up Bottled Water Delivery Service?

Now Is Always The Best Time To Set Up Bottled Water Delivery Service.

Where Can I Find The Best Tasting Healthiest Bottled Water

Primo Water Houston Offers The Best Tasting Healthiest Bottled Water.

** Why Should I Drink Bottled Water?

It Tastes Good, It's Good For You And I Get A Bonus **
How Can I Live A Healthier Life?

Get Plenty Of Sleep, Say Your Payers Before You Go To Bed, Exercise, And Drink Plenty Of Primo Water.
How Can I Get Great Bottled Water Service At A Good Price? 

Just Give Us A Call For Great Bottled Water At A Good Price.
Can I Change The Number Of Bottles I Receive Per Delivery? 

You Can Always Change The Number Of Bottles You Receive, Just Let Us Know How We Can Serve You Better.
How Do I Change My Plan? 

Just Give Us A Call We're Here To Help.
Can I Reschedule My Delivery? 

If You Need To Reschedule Your Delivery Just Let Us Know.
Do I Have To Be Home To Receive My Delivery? 

You Don't Have To Be Home To Receive Your Delivery We Can Leave It Where The Sun Isn't Shining.
Can I Cancel My Service At Any Time?  Are There Penalties? 

With Service From Primo Water Houston The Only Penalty Is Canceling Your Service.
What Kinds Of Products Can I Get Delivered? 

What Kind Of Products Do You Need To Have Delivered.
What Are Bottle Date Codes? 

Bottle Date Codes Are The Bottling Dates Coded On The Bottle.
Is It Possible To Add Products To My Delivery? 

Yes It Is Possible To Add Products To Your Delivery.

What Are My Water Cooler Options? 

To Have Or Have Not.
How Do I Clean My Dispenser? How Often Should I Clean It? 

Clean Your Dispenser Well, When It Is Dirty.
** How Will I Know When To Expect My Bottled Water Delivery? 

You Will Know A Water Delivery Is Near When You Are Very Thirsty. **
What If I Live In A Secure Building?

Then Your Safe!
How Do I Add, Skip, And Reschedule Bottled Water Deliveries?

Never Skip A Bottled Water Delivery Or I Won't Be Able To Vacation In Hawaii.
What Do I Do With My Empty Water Bottles? 

Please DO NOT Keep Goldfish In Your Empty Bottles.
Are Your 3 And 5 Gallon Bottles Recycled And Reused? 

Yes Our 3 And 5 Gallon Bottles Get Recycled And Reused And Recycled
And Reused And Recycled And Reused And Recycled And Reused And Recycled And
Reused And Recycled And Reused  And Recycled And Reused...

How Should I Store The Water? 

It Is Best To Store Water In The Bottle It's Delivered In.
How Long Can Unopened Bottles Of Water Be Stored? 

Unopened Bottles Of Water Are Best When Opened!
Are Your Bottles Recyclable? 

Yes Our Bottles Are Recyclable..Are Yours?
How Are Your Returnable Bottles Managed In The Direct Factories? 

We Supervise Our Bottles Closely.
How Often Do You Test Your Products? What Do You Test For

We Constantly Test Our Water To Maintain The Smartest Water In The World.
How Do You Maintain Water Quality? 

Our Water Starts Out Good We Make It Great And Keep It That Way.
Do You Charge A Fee For Your Online Service?
***What Are My Payment Options? 

Payment Is Not Optional!!***
What Kinds Of Products Can I Get Delivered? 

What Kind Of Products Would You Like To Have Delivered.
How Will You Bill Me? 

With A Smile On Our Faces.
How Do Automatic Payments Work? 

They Are Automatic.
 What Is Your Bottle Deposit Policy? 

We Don't Charge A Bottle Deposit.
Are There Early Termination Fees?

No Early Termination Fees.

Trying to lose weight? Drink more water!

Forget diet pills and cleanses drink the best bottled water. A new study suggests that an effective weight-loss aid is available straight from your kitchen sink.

Drinking two 8-ounce glasses of the best bottled water before breakfast, lunch, and dinner while also cutting back on portions may help you lose weight and keep it off for at least a year, according to research presented today at the annual meeting of the American Chemical Society, in Boston.Or try Primo bottled drinking water in Houston Texas water coolers

"As part of a prudent, low-calorie weight-loss diet, adding water may help with weight-loss success," says Brenda Davy, Ph.D., the lead author of the study and an associate professor of nutrition at Virginia Tech, in Blacksburg.

Dietitians have long recommended drinking water as a way to shed pounds, but little research has been done to confirm this conventional wisdom, the researchers say. Though small, Davy's study is the first randomized controlled trial to examine the benefits of "preloading" with water before meals.

The study included 48 overweight or obese men and women between the ages of 55 and 75 who were on a low-calorie diet (1,200 calories per day for women and 1,500 calories per day for men). Half of the people were instructed to drink 16 ounces of water -- the amount in a small bottle of spring water -- before meals.

After three months, the participants who drank water had lost an average of about 15.5 pounds, compared with just 11 pounds in the control group, according to the study, the first results of which were published earlier this year in the journal Obesity.

And the weight loss appears to be lasting, new data suggest. After a full year of the same regimen, the water drinkers had slimmed down by an additional 1.5 pounds, on average, while those who didn't load up on water before meals gained about 2 pounds, Davy says. (Unlike the data published in Obesity, the findings presented today have not been thoroughly vetted by other experts in the field, as is required by most medical journals.)

Davy and her colleagues aren't sure why drinking water before meals encourages weight loss, but the main reason appears to be that it helps fill your stomach, making you less hungry and less likely to overeat.

In addition, drinking more water may discourage you from guzzling soda and other calorie-laden beverages. (The study included only plain water, not mineral, flavored, or vitamin waters.) Even the routine of drinking water before meals may have a beneficial effect because it's a reminder that you're trying to lose weight, the researchers suggest.

Drinking more water is a low-risk way to lose excess weight, especially if it takes the place of other liquid calories, says Stephen Cook, M.D., an obesity expert at the University of Rochester Medical Center, in N.Y.

"This is an easy way to replace those calories, and if everything is equal, it will slow down your weight gain or reverse it," says Cook, who was not involved in the new research. "It is one of the safest things we can recommend to help people lose weight."

Davy says that people who are trying to lose weight should bring a refillable water bottle to work and drink from it throughout the day. "And try to have two cups of water 20 minutes before each main meal," she says.

While each person's hydration needs are different, the Institute of Medicine advises that men and women try to consume about 3.7 and 2.7 liters of water a day, respectively, including water found in food and other beverages.

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Facts you should Know

KHOU-TV has discovered that for
decades the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has under-reported many

of these radiation readings to utilities and their communities. This
under-reporting took place for all radioactive contaminants in drinking water
(known as radionuclides) and did not stop until 2009, after an EPA audit. Hence,
the above raw readings may not match those found in the annual water quality
report, called a Consumer Confidence Report, you receive from your water

In addition, you may actually have more alpha activity and other forms of
radiation in your water than what your annual water report states, because of
rules set up by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Specifically, the EPA
instructs the nation’s water systems not to include in its “gross” alpha
readings the radiation in your water that comes from radioactive uranium, even
though uranium gives off radioactive alpha particles. Consequently, uranium
readings are subtracted from the raw alpha particle activity you may see
reported above, before the readings are reported to you.

water systems in Texas and across America come very close to achieving the
federally recognized public health goal for ionizing radiation in drinking
water, which is set at zero (This is called the MCLG). The EPA maintains there
is a “zero threshold” allowance for ionizing radiation in your drinking water
as it pertains to potential health concerns. This is different than other MCLGs
the EPA set for other contaminants such as selenium, copper, fluoride or even
chlorine residuals in water (these MCLGs are set above zero).

EPA has also set a “legal” limit, which it calls the MCL (maximum contaminant
limit) above zero for radioactive materials. That legal limit is the amount of
radiation that could trigger enforcement action, and scientists caution that
having amounts below that limit in your water does not mean there are no known
adverse health effects that may arise. It is important to note, the presence of
radiation in your water does not mean you will definitely develop a health
problem or cancer. The TCEQ argues it takes a certain level of exposure over a
period of 70 years for the typical levels of radiation found to create an
impact on human health.

environmental scientists and toxicologists maintain that any amount of exposure
does immediately increase your risk for illness or, in rare cases, developing
cancer. The more exposure you get, they argue, the greater your chances of
developing a health problem. While all radionuclides have different risk
exposures, the EPA set its Maximum Contaminant Limit for items such as uranium
at 30 micrograms/liter of water.

EPA has said that a community that is exposed to uranium in its drinking water
at the level of the MCL, over a lifetime of drinking water, “will typically
correspond to a lifetime radiogenic cancer risk of slightly less than one in
10,000." That calculation does not take into effect if a person is exposed
to other radionuclides or carcinogenic contaminants in their water.

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