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Controlling the flow: how Ethiopia quietly took charge of the Nile

Filkaline > Blog Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is a game-changer for the region’s water supplies For many governments, ensuring the quality and supply of drinking supplies for their expanding human populations is an increasing cause for concern. Could the first conflict over water arise between nations along the River Nile? The largest and most demanding […]

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Alkalinity And The Athlete

Filkaline > Blog Dehydration: It’s Not Just About Quantity, But Quality Too Staying hydrated through drinking plenty of liquid is important for everyone, but it’s vital for those who regularly take part in sporting activities. Common sense advice from coaches and trainers is to drink plenty of fluid while exercising, because the negative effects of […]

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Dehydration, Water And Your Well-being

Filkaline > Blog How much liquid does your body need daily? Do you sometimes suffer from unusual symptoms for which your doctors can’t find a cause? Could it be that simply not drinking enough liquid, or drinking the wrong kinds of liquids, is having a noticeable effect on your body? There’s an easy step you […]

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New Study Suggests Possible Fluoridation Link To ADHD

Filkaline > Blog Fluoridation and ADHD: a Connection Governments and health authorities across the globe routinely authorize the fluoridation of community drinking supplies. They do this by adding hydrofluorosilicic acid, which is intended to substitute for the naturally occurring calcium fluoride which exists in some water sources. It’s also sometimes added to food products such […]

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What Is The Connection Between Nitrate Concentration And Water Quality?

Filkaline > Blog Being Aware of Potential Contaminants Also known by the formula NO3, a nitrate is an inorganic compound made up of one nitrogen molecule and three oxygen molecules. They occur naturally with the environment and represent an important source of nitrogen for plant life. Nitrogen makes up a key element of chlorophyll and […]

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EPA Extends Federal Emergency Declaration for Flint

Emergency Declaration for Flint Contaminated Water Since April 2014, the city of Flint in Michigan, has been at the centre of a shocking water crisis. Residents unknowingly consumed harmful supplies which were contaminated with various toxins, including lead. As the location of the largest General Motors plant in the U.S.A, Flint was once a prosperous […]

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Three Main Changes to Ionized Water – Part 3

Filkaline > Blog Feel Revitalised With A Daily Dose Of Crystalline Water Three main changes to ionized water: 1. pH 2. Oxidation/Reduction Potential (ORP) 3. Molecular Structure The final of the three key changes which happen to water when it becomes ionized can be seen in its molecular structure. The organization of a solution’s molecules […]

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Three Main Changes to Ionized Water – Part 2

Filkaline > Blog Prevent Free Radical Damage Affecting Your Body With Negative ORP Water Three main changes to ionized water: 1. pH 2. Oxidation/Reduction Potential (ORP) 3. Molecular Structure Another change which occurs as part of the ionization process is oxidation/reduction potential (ORP). This measurement refers to the fortitude of a solution, in terms of […]

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Three Main Changes to Ionized Water – Part 1

Filkaline > Blog Rebalance Your Body’s pH Level With Alkaline Minerals Three main changes to ionized water: 1. pH 2. Oxidation/reduction potential (ORP) 3. Molecular Structure When we talk about a pH balance, we are referring to the ‘potential of hydrogen’, this is a scientific measure which relates to the concentration of hydrogen ions (H+) […]

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Flint’s Story…

Filkaline > Blog A Costly Decision Rather than saving money, it proved to be a far more costly exercise than anyone could have imagined, with life-changing consequences for many of the inhabitants of this mid-western US city. In effect, the whole thing could have been foreseeable, as the Washington Post argued on January 14th 2016, […]

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Water Consumption

Filkaline > Blog Water Consumption by Countries Water is essential for all life on earth, it’s not only crucial for our good health, but that of our wildlife, the environment, and industry. However, this is one essential which cannot be produced artificially, it is a limited resource that is permanently recycled across the world and […]

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Water as a Human Right

Filkaline > Blog Human right to water and sanitation The United Nations General Assembly created Resolution 64/292 in 2010, it acknowledged the intrinsic importance of clean water and access to sanitation for all. In recognising that it was a human right, the UN placed pressure on the nations of the world to adhere to the […]

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