How Microplastics in Drinking Water are Harming Your Health!

The invisble threat in oceans

The Invisible Threat

Many are unaware that the liquid we consume is full of minuscule, imperceptible fragments of plastic. These microplastics, small enough to pass through most filtration systems, can cause serious health risks.

What Are Microplastics and how do they get into Drinking Water?

Microplastics are tiny plastic particles that measure less than 5 millimeters in length and can cause serious health risks. They come from a variety of sources, including the breakdown of larger plastic items such as water bottles and packaging, as well as microbeads in personal care products like face wash and toothpaste. Once they enter the environment, microplastics can be transported long distances by wind and water, and can end up in our oceans, rivers, and lakes, ultimately finding their way into drinking water supplies.

Associated Health Risks?

Microplastics in drinking water pose several health risks, such as absorbing and concentrating harmful chemicals such as pesticides and heavy metals, which can then be released into the body when the particles are ingested. Additionally, microplastics can damage the intestinal lining and disrupt the gut microbiome, leading to chronic inflammation and other health problems. There is also evidence that microplastics can accumulate in the liver and other organs, potentially causing long-term damage.

Discover the perfect solution: Klar2O!

With Klar2O, you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your drinking water is free from hazardous microplastics. Our range of filtration products are specifically designed to remove microplastics from water, so you can stay safe and hydrated. And, to further limit your exposure to microplastics, reduce your use of single-use plastics, like plastic bags, straws and water bottles. Together, let’s make the world a cleaner, safer place to live.

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