Here is What You Must Always Check The Next Time You Buy Bottled Water
When consumers buy bottled water, there are now requested to check the bottom of the bottle in order to protect their health.
Plastic bottles with letters such as HDP, HDPE, PP and some others do not emit toxic substances into the water, and other letters can represent the chemicals in the water you drink.
Each brand must label the contents of the bottle, and we offer a little help to recognize the toxic water bottles.
PET or PETE: it is used for disposable bottles. These bottles can release heavy metals and chemicals that affect the hormone balance.
HDPE: plastic that releases virtually no chemicals. WATERBOTTLESSHOP recommends choosing these bottles when buying bottled water because it is probably the healthiest water you can find on the market.
PVC or 3V: two releases toxic chemicals that affect hormones in your body.
LDPE: this plastic can not be used to make bottles, plastic bags even if it does not release chemicals into the water.
PP: another plastic or semi-transparent white color, used as packaging syrups and yoghurt pots.
PS: releases of carcinogens, and is commonly used to produce the coffee cups and fast food bags.
PC or unlabeled plastic: the most dangerous plastic in food production that releases BPA chemicals, and it is often used to produce water sports bottles and containers for food.