Water is so vital, i have a water filter at home but not at work. It doesnt stop me from drinking it though.
I was thinking about getting a portable water filter, only because the water at work does not taste that great.
I used to use a Brita filter, but I recently upgraded to buying reverse osmosis to get the fluoride out. On refills (where I'm at), it's only $.38 a gallon, so less than a dollar a week to drink high quality water. Worth it in my opinion.
Distilled water for the win.
Any of the 3 European countries I've been in recently people told me how their tap water was the best of Europe...?? I would test it if I were you.
It does take research. I would call different filter systems companies and ask them how you can test the waters. I saw a tester system on line recently but don't remember which site now. The point is whether your water is the ''most healthy'' or ''very healthy'' I would not rely on this and get a water filter system anyway. There are sooo many sources of drugs and industry residues in our waters and from surrounding countries that I would still want to filter my waters. Esp. shower water.
Mike Adams has a video on how to make osmosis water filter yourself. Why not call his receptionist and get her/him to tell you where it is?