Water in the pediatric age

The growing need for guarantee and safety for the health and well-being of the child requires a careful assessment of the risks connected to the use of drinking water both during pregnancy and weaning.
The reserves accrued in recent years, also on the basis of judicial and journalistic inquiries, on the quality and safety guarantees of drinking water in the network and that marketed in plastic bottles, are even more valid when consumption is destined to be unborn and babies.
In principle, the high percentage of fluids (75-80%) of which the organism is made in neonatal age is expected, and considering the greater sensitivity of the body cells to the action of the substances which, present in various concentrations, can result extremely harmful, such as nitrates, heavy metals, pesticides, chlorine, asbestos, lead, etc., it is absolutely advisable, throughout the course of pregnancy and in the first three years of life of the child, to resort to a source of water that offers controlled and controllable sterility and chemical-physical quality guarantees.
Water must be a source of health and well-being and not a risk factor for development and growth in children and children. Providing a domestic water purification system for drinking water is a valid system to fully satisfy these needs. The reverse filtration purification processes combined with the softening and remineralisation processes guarantee the wholesomeness of the water while giving it a pleasant taste.