Jalalk FAQ'S

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Water is made up of billions of molecules.It transparent, tasteless, odourless, & colourless chemical substance.
Around 60% of the human body is made of water, our body uses water in all its cells, organs, and tissues to help regulates temperature and maintain other bodily functions. Our body loses water through breathing, sweating, and digestion, its important to rehydrate by drinking fluids and eating foods that contain water.
Water does more than just quench your thirst and regulate your body's temperature; it also keeps the tissues in your body moist. Keeping your body hydrated helps it retain optimum levels of moisture in these sensitive areas, as well as in the blood, bones, and the brain. In addition, water helps protect the spinal cord, and it acts as a lubricant and cushion for your joints.
Tap water,Bottele water,Reverse-Osmosis water. Tap Water: In India, we don’t use tap water for drinking but in other countries like UK, USA etc.., there use tap water has source for drinking. According to the Environmental Working Group (EWG), there have been 315 pollutants are completely unregulated and can legally exist in any amount. At the current levels of contamination, tap water is also not fit for drinking.
Bottle Water: According to the study made by National Resources Defence Council (NRDC), the bottled water is not necessarily healthier than the tap water andyet it costs more. Often the only difference is the added minerals which have no proven health benefits. As per the NRDC, 1/3rd of the bottled water tested contains to be the level of contamination exceeds allowable limits. Bottled water can also be slightly acidic, which may affect your body’s pH balance. Finally, the environmental impact caused by the production and disposal of plastic bottles is harmful to our ecosystem.
Reverse Osmosis is a filtering process which may be effective in areas that do not receive municipally treated water and is commonly used in bottled water facilities. The problem with this process is that dangerous chemicals like pesticides, herbicides, and chlorine are molecularly smaller than water and can pass freely through the filter. Reverse osmosis removes healthy, naturally occurring water minerals. These minerals not only provide good taste, they also serve a vital function in the body's system. When stripped of these minerals, water can be unhealthy. Also, 60% of water are wasted for every 1 litre of purified water produced.
Alkaline water is water that has a higher pH level than tap water. pH level above 8.0 is alkaline in nature.
Natural alkaline water can occur when water picks up minerals from areas such as springs, when it passes over rocks in the environment.
To know if alkaline water is good for you or not depends on what is causing alkalinity in the water. If it’s Sodium Bicarbonate dissolved in the water (commonly known as baking soda), then it’s safe within limits of course. If it’s Sodium Hydroxide (commonly known as lye), then it’s dangerous. One other important thing to note is that high alkaline water and high pH water are not the same thing. What Jalak delivers is a high pH (9.5 or higher) water that is created through our natural process. This process includes an ionic separation that increases the concentration of electrons; this is what gives Jalalk water its high pH.
Ionised alkaline water is water with mineral ions in it. Two things to note, minerals in water become ionised when they either gain or lose electrons. And second, ions are atoms that can either be positively charged or negatively charged. The positively charged atoms are what make the water pH go below 7.0 thus making that water an Acid. And negatively charged atoms make the water pH go above 7.0 resulting in the water being a Base. Jalalk ionisation process creates a negative ion water (a Base) – which results in a supercharged ionised alkaline water.
Jalalk is independently certified, ensuring that water is safe from microbial contamination. This is done by maintaining exceptional cleanliness and compliance with quality control procedures throughout the manufacturing process.
Water purity is commonly defined by the level of substances dissolved within it. Total dissolved solids (TDS) is the term used to provide this measureand is expressed in units called “parts per million”. One ppm is the equivalent of a single milligram of substance in one liter (1,000,000 mg) of water. depends on the solids that are dissolved within it and at what level. Jalalk removes dissolved and suspended impurities from water through a procedure called reverse osmosis, which creates a water that is very close to 0 ppm. We then add trace amounts of beneficial minerals through natural process to enhance taste and create a water with less than 100 ppm dissolved solids. In percentage terms this results in a water that is over 99.9% pure.