Ice Age Glacial is artesian water that is sourced from Vancouver, Canada.
According to the bottle information, the water comes from deep in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, Canada, the water of unmatched purity is collected as it naturally melts from ancient glaciers.
Total Dissolved Solids in Ice Age Glacial water is supposed to be 4ppm: This ozonated water is free of Fluoride ions. Ice Age Glacial water comes with a glass bottle, which is recyclable and BPA free. The water costs $1.99
Per 1 bottle: Amount per serving:
- Calories 0
- Fat 0g – 0%
- Sodium 0g – 0%
- Carbohydrate 0g – 0%
- Protein 0g – 0%
Not a significant source of saturated fat, tase fat, cholesterol, sodium, fiber, sugars, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and iron.
Ice Age Glacial Water Test Results
When we tested Ice Age Glacial artesian water, we found that the TDS content in the water was 5 ppm. According to the US EPA’s TDS chart, 0-50ppm is considered micro-filtered and distilled water. TDS below 30ppm in the water can be unhealthy for your body, as the water does not have enough minerals that your body needs.
During the pH test of Ice Age Glacial water, we found out that the pH balance in the water was 5, the watercolor in our test changed to orange color, which means, the water is acidic.
The bottle is recyclable
- March 21, 2020
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