What is the pH Level of Nestle Pure Life Water?

Adult bodies consist of approximately 60% water. Therefore, hydration is crucial if you want to ensure the smooth running of just about every primary body system. We need to drink a whole lot more water than to satisfy our thirst to maintain optimal health. There are so many different brands of water available. How do we know which one to choose? What matters is the origin of the water, the purification it goes through, the pH level, and the final product’s mineral content.

Where does Nestlé Pure Life water come from?

Nestlé water comes from multiple sources across North America, including underground aquifers and natural springs. Although these origins make it groundwater, it is quite different from municipal water from streams, lakes and reservoirs to our taps. The natural spring water is pumped from multiple deep boreholes within the catchment areas. From there, stainless steel pipes carry the water to the purification plants.

What is the pH level of Nestlé water after purification?

The natural 100% spring water goes through rigorous filtration processes before bottling takes place. The multi-step processing includes reverse osmosis and distillation. By the time it is ready for bottling, it is far removed from tap water. Instead, it is purified drinking water infused with minerals. As with other filtration methods, the pH level depends on the water’s source. Because Nestlé’ uses multiple spring water sources, the final bottled products range between a pH of 6.5 and 7.8.

Can Nestlé Pure Life water be used to make up infant formula?

Babies younger than six months should not feed on anything other than breast milk if possible. Using bottled water to make up formula feeds for infants is not recommended without first boiling it because, like tap water, it is not sterile. Furthermore, bottled water could contain too much sulfate or sodium for consumption by an infant.

Amanda Perkins

Amanda began her career as a technical writer for a healthcare group in 2008. Years after getting married and starting a family, she joined her husband Joshua on the Water Filter Authority journey to educate other families and households about safe, affordable, and effective water filtration systems.