Definition

Limescale is the hard, off-white, chalky deposit found in taps, kettles, hot-water boilers and the inside of some hot-water central heating systems.

Good-quality water filters are specially designed to remove the chlorine and other harmful contaminants in the water, leaving the healthy minerals behind. Limescale is a result of the minerals magnesium and calcium that are left in the water.


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Health Effects

Many people are mistaken by the misconception that the presence of limescale means the water is unclean and unsafe and purchase “mineral” and distilled water.

Limescale is visible proof that your water is healthier than distilled water, and even when consumed in large quantities, it is absolutely not harmful!

Beijing has naturally hard water (contains a high amount of minerals), and the water is usually between the guidelines set by the World Health Organization.

Dr. Satin Cyr at Beijing Family United recently posted an article,“Water Safety in China: Why the Delivered Water? Buy a Filter!” to his website discussing the importance of keeping the minerals in your water supply.
In fact, water with high mineral content has been shown to lower instances of many common diseases, particularly heart disease. Furthermore, it can often be beneficial for human health and growth, especially in your bones.

What’s in the Water


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