Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How is “Natural Pure” Drinking Water processed?
A: “Natural Pure” Drinking Water is processed by reverse osmosis. Click Here to read more about the process.
Q: Does “Natural Pure” contain any minerals or chemicals?
A: All minerals and chemicals are removed by our filtering process to ensure very pure drinking water.
Q: Does “Natural Pure” Drinking Water’s filtration system remove chlorine?
A: Yes. Our water is processed through activated carbon filters to eliminate chlorine.
Q: Does “Natural Pure” Drinking Water’s filtration system remove fluoride?
A: Yes. Our water is processed through reverse osmosis in order to remove fluoride.
Q: Does the “Natural Pure” Drinking Water purification process kill bacteria and viruses?
A: Our water is processed with ultraviolet light which kills bacteria and viruses.
Q: Is the water tested?
A: We regularly test and monitor the product to ensure the best quality.
Q: Are your bottles BPA-free?
A: “Natural Pure” Drinking Water carries all sizes of BPA-free plastic bottles that can be reused many times. Click Here to learn more about our bottles.
Q: Is it safe to store my water in a plastic bottle?
A: Yes. All of our bottles are made of high quality, food-grade resin approved by the FDA.
Q: Is “Natural Pure” Drinking Water safe for my pets to drink?
A: Yes. Our water is great for pets!
Q: How much water should I be drinking each day?
A: The U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine determined that an adequate daily fluid intake is:
- About 15.5 cups (125 ounces) of fluids a day for men
- About 11.5 cups (91 ounces) of fluids a day for women
Q: How do I know if I’m drinking enough?
A: It’s recommended to drink a glass of water:
- With each meal and between meals.
- Before, during and after exercise.
- To curb your appetite.