Are your bottles recyclable?
Yes! Our bottles are marked as #1 recyclable.
Does water expire? What does that date on your bottles mean?
Water doesn’t spoil or expire. Our products have a “Best Taste Date.” To experience the best taste of the product, we recommend you drink it by this date.
How can I sell Healthguard in my store?
Head over to Distribution to get started!
How is Healthguard purified?
Healthguard originates from public water sources and is then purified through a rigorous purification process. This purification process includes reverse osmosis and other filtering and purification methods. It removes things like chlorides, salts and other substances that can affect a water’s taste.
Every bottle of Healthguard is produced at one of our water purification centers. That’s how you know you’re getting pure water and perfect taste consistently every time you open an Healthguard. Anytime, anywhere.
What is the difference between spring water and purified water?
Spring water is derived from an underground formation from which water flows to the Earth’s surface. While spring waters are treated to remove bacteria and possible contaminants, most spring waters retain many of the Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), trace compounds and other substances found in the water.
Purified water is sourced from water systems that provide safe drinking water and are regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This water is then taken through purification systems designed to remove substances according to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) standards. The purification system used by Healthguard employs standards that are even more stringent that those set by the FDA. Healthguard delivers pure water with perfect taste. Every time.
More info on Total Dissolved Solids (TDS): TDS is the sum of all solids dissolved in water measured in parts per million (ppm) Examples of substances that can account for TDS include carbonates, bicarbonates, chlorides, sulfates, phosphates, nitrates, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, iron, manganese, and a few others.
A TDS meter is used to provide a reading of the dissolved solids in water. FDA guidelines require that bottled water, excluding mineral water, contain no more than 500 ppm TDS. For a bottled water to be labeled “purified,” it must have TDS of no more than 10 ppm.
Healthguard’s average TDS reading is 4 — that’s 2.5 times lower than FDA standards and 75% less than the closest competitive brand.
Where can I find more information on all of your ingredients?
If you visit OUR WATER you’ll find tons of information on all of our products and ingredients.
What is the pH of your water?
The pH of Healthguard falls between 6.5 and 7.21
Does Healthguard remove the substances like bacteria or gaseous compounds?
Our purification system is designed to remove dissolved solids and organic compounds that may be present in the water.
The reverse osmosis process we use removes these organic compounds, but we also employ other steps such as carbon filtration, ozonation, and Ultra Violet (UV) light as additional safeguards.