Fox News contributor and health expert Dr. Steven Pielke Jr. has written a new book on how to keep your water clean.
In the book, he outlines the process of keeping your water fresh and clean by taking it through the four steps of purification, cleaning, disinfection and sterilization.
In order to maintain water purity, it must be kept in a sanitized environment, which means that you should not drink water with an alkaline pH or high levels of chlorine.
Pielkes book, which is being published in the spring, also includes recommendations on how much of the water you should use and how to use it efficiently.
Here are the four key steps to purification:Keep the water well purified.
Keep your water with a high level of pure chlorine, which removes the free radicals that cause chlorine to react with water and cause illness and disease.
You can read more about purifying water in Dr. P.J. Helm’s new book, A Healthy Water Life, which will be released in January 2018.
Clean your water frequently.
Keep clean water in your tank and tap well in a closed-circuit water filter, or with a filter of your choice.
Piles of ice cubes or other small pieces of ice can also help.
Clean the water when it’s too hot.
Keep the water temperature below 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
If your water is too hot, you may have a pH problem that can lead to an infection or even a bacterial infection.
Make sure to use an approved temperature controller and that the water is cooled well.
If you can’t keep your drinking water cool, then your options are to use a heating or cooling device.
A heater, for example, heats water to the point that the pH is lowered.
Cooling is not a necessity because water does not stay warm for long.
In a refrigerator, the water will stay warm longer than in a tap.
Another option is to use chlorine bleach.
Chlorine is an alkali that is safe to use in tap water and can be used to sterilize your water.
If you’re not sure about using chlorine bleach, Pielkelkes book is a great resource for learning more.
Clean your tap water with the following steps: