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Electrolyte Disorders: How to Avoid Them

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 21, 2022 8:34:44 AM / by Eldorado Natural Spring Water

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Electrolytes are minerals naturally found in bodily fluids (blood, urine, etc.). They’re essential to functions like regulation of fluid levels, muscular contractions, blood clotting, transmission of messages generated by nerve cells, muscles, the heart, and other cells, and formation of new tissues.

Natural electrolytes include sodium, potassium, phosphate, calcium, and chloride. You get electrolytes from the foods you eat, beverages you drink, and possibly the supplements you take. You need the right quantities and proportions of key electrolytes for your body to function normally.

Our bodies—the kidneys in particular—work to ensure these chemicals stay in balance.  If something causes them to become out of balance, that’s called an electrolyte imbalance or an electrolyte disorder.

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4 Myths About Bottled Water

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 7, 2022 12:26:19 PM / by Eldorado Natural Spring Water

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The World’s Finest Water: A Fact-Based Assessment

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 30, 2022 11:55:12 AM / by Eldorado Natural Spring Water

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Descriptions like “best bottled water,” “best-tasting water,” and even “world’s finest water” get thrown around pretty freely. Companies feel comfortable doing that since the average bottled water consumer typically won’t fact-check these claims.

But since you’re reading this article, you clearly aren’t “the average bottled water consumer.” It seems you’re one who cares about water quality and is willing to do your homework to ensure you get it. And we respect that!

When we declare that Eldorado Natural Spring Water is the world’s finest water, that’s a statement we can back up with some facts.  

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There Are a Few Things You Should Know About Chloramine in Water

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 21, 2022 12:56:32 PM / by Eldorado Marketing posted in Safe drinking water

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Chlorine has been a hot topic as of late when discussing water quality. People are becoming  more informed on water treatment processes and how they work. Much has been written and reported on concerning chlorine and its byproductsas used to treat city water supplies. There also have been complaints that include a foul taste and odor. According to the Water Quality Association, "Numerous labels have been given to odors in water. Among the 20 or so recorded are cucumber, earthy, fishy, grassy, and sulfur." Lastly, there are also health concerns regarding elevated levels of chlorine in drinking water. 

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Drinking More Water Will Keep Your Blood Flowing

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 27, 2022 10:30:56 AM / by Eldorado Marketing posted in Health, Drinking water

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It goes without saying that for you to be healthy, your heart must be able to move blood (and the life-giving oxygen and nutrients it contains) to all parts of your body effectively. And that requires good vein health.

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Home Water Filtration vs Natural Spring Water

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 26, 2022 1:19:17 PM / by Eldorado Marketing posted in Drinking water

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Water drinkers have so many water choices to choose from these days. From tap, filtered, distilled or spring water, many consumers may not fully understand all of the differences. In a previous blog, we went over these different water types for drinking. Here we will be focusing specifically on home water filtration systems compared to natural spring water. 

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Is Spring Water Considered Hard or Soft?

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 10, 2022 2:13:15 PM / by Eldorado Natural Spring Water posted in Drinking water

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Water hardness can be defined simply as the amount of magnesium and calcium ions dissolved in a given water source. Many people believe that all water is the same, but its makeup varies depending on where it comes from and how it is treated.

Some sources of water, such as spring water, contain naturally occurring and important minerals and electrolytes due to environmental conditions where the water is found. Other sources of water for drinking utilize filters or water softeners to remove those valuable minerals or even to add fluoride.

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Does Drinking Water Affect Your Weight?

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 4, 2022 3:45:20 PM / by Eldorado Natural Spring Water

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Increasing your water consumption is a component of certain weight loss programs. And while the “formulas” of diets aren’t always science-based, studies suggest drinking more water in a day may help you achieve your weight loss goals.

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Pool Progress Update: Get Ready to Make a Splash on Memorial Day 2023!

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 30, 2022 2:19:03 PM / by Eldorado Natural Spring Water

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The late great Tom Petty summed it up perfectly in his song The Waiting: “Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah... the wai-ai-ting is the hardest part!”

Well, people who’ve been patiently waiting for us to complete our extended-but-essential renovation of the historic Eldorado Pool will reap the benefits at the start of summer 2023. Work has progressed steadily and we’re on track to open the pool on Memorial Day!

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Understanding Soluble Impurities in Water

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 27, 2022 2:42:33 PM / by Eldorado Marketing posted in Impurities in Water

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Water is considered the ultimate sustainable resource because of the hydrological cycle that returns water to nature in the form of rainfall so that it can be used again and again.However,duringthatprocess,watercollectsbothnaturalandartificialimpurities.

Theterm"impurities"referstothingsinwaterotherthanH2Omolecules.Someofthesearenaturalandimprovewaterquality,likenaturallyoccurringmineralsfromrocksedimentsunderground.Otherimpuritiesarefrommanmadechemicalprocesses.

Unfortunately, it seems like our modern world has complicated the drinking water process. There is much discussion and debate about drinking water purity and impurities, but simply put, water coming from an uncontaminated natural spring water source is exactly how it should be: Nothing added, nothing removed.

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