- •Relieves fatigue
- •Improves weight loss
- •Helps in digestion
- •Flushes out toxins
- •Promotes organ function
- •Boosts skin health
- •Provides hydration for exercise
- •Regulates body temperature
From our physical health, to the flavor of the vegetables we eat, the quality of the water we consume has vast implications. Let’s take a closer look at why filtered water matters.
Our health starts with what we put in our bodies. There are many ways we consume water on a daily basis and making sure your water is free of potentially harmful contaminants is the first step in maintaining your family’s health.
Whether your water travels through our aging U.S. infrastructure or a private well, contaminants can be introduced at any point, and ultimately find their way into your glass, bowl, or bottle.
To help protect you and your family from these potentially harmful contaminants, use filtered water from your refrigerator dispenser and make sure to change your filter every 6 months (or 200 gallons).
When your water tastes good, the more likely you are to drink it. Filtering your water with a filter certified to NSF Standard 42 can help remove contaminants that affect taste, like chlorine and iron.2 Clean, filtered water can help the foods and drinks you make with it taste like they should.
If you own a Whirlpool®, KitchenAid®, Maytag®, JennAir® or Amana® refrigerator, your EveryDrop® refrigerator water filter reduces 99% of lead*. It also reduces other potentially harmful contaminants.**
Learn how EveryDrop® refrigerator water filters offer superior contaminant reduction to provide you with fresh-tasting, clean water.