About Me


My name is Eugen, and I am the owner of the DrinkingWaterBase.com. I am a regular student with interest in sports, and also I am very interested in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. It can be said that I am a person who people are usually referring to as a health freak.

Don’t get me wrong, I am not afraid of getting my hands dirty, and I don’t need to live in the sterile environment. I am a person who is conscious of all the danger that is hidden in the daily products we use, and usually, we don’t realize what those are made of. Simply, I put my health and wellbeing first.

Let’s take Bisphenol A, that we are usually referring to as BPA, as an example. We all know that it is dangerous to our health and now most of the plastic products especially for babies are BPA-Free. But do you also know that canned food that we all love such as canned tuna, meat, vegetables or beans also contain Bisphenol A in it? How come, would you think? What do you know about it? You are lying!

Well, the tin can, where food is stored, is covered by the plastic coating that contains BPA to prevent food acids and other matters from damaging or corroding the tin can. To prove you that I am not throwing random words to scare you and that I am aware of what I am talking about, I have referenced academic research that serves as a backup of everything that I have said earlier. This research concludes that 73% samples of canned food contained dangerous BPA.

Okay, do you think, that’s for the BPA, but what is the deal with drinking tap water? A local water authority filters our water and they take care of it so it should be fine right?

Maybe not. Our tap water travels a long distance in pipes from the local authority to our house and on the way it collects a relatively big amount of heavy metals, you can check what surprise is in your water on the website EWG, which is a non-profit organization that tests water utilities across the US. Apart from heavy metals, local filtration plants are not able to remove small and dangerous contaminants such as estrogen, which is one of many reasons why men suffer from additional weight, or something we usually refer to as man boobs. This is due to the fact that the hormone is very small and can pass the filtration process easily. Also, plants are using chemicals to filter the water such as chloramines for disinfection and fluoride, which are not very healthy elements for your body too.

Why I Want To Help People

For the reasons mentioned above, I have created this blog as I would like to inform people about the potential danger that is coming out from the faucet. I would like people to make conscious decisions about their health and promote the issue of poor quality of public water further.

Also, I would like to introduce you a straightforward and effective solution on how to take another step towards healthier you. These are home water filter systems, and there is a significant number of different types such as a whole house, under the sink, countertop, faucet filters, or a simple pitcher filter.

The Goal Of Drinking Water Base

The mission of this website is to create a community of people that understand the importance of the healthy body and are not afraid to take a step towards it. Also, I would like every reader of this website to promote a healthy lifestyle with their friends and relatives so that they can become healthier as well. You can start doing so by sharing this website via Facebook.

Remember there is always a choice to make something for ourselves.

If you ever need a hand or have any questions, feel free to leave them below, and I will be more than happy to help you out.

All the best,




Lorber, M, Schecter, A, Paepke, O, Shropshire, W, Christensen, K, & Birnbaum, L 2015, ‘Exposure assessment of adult intake of bisphenol A (BPA) with emphasis on canned food dietary exposures’, Environment International, 77, pp. 55-62, ScienceDirect

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5 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. Hello, Eugen. Thanks for such a detailed explanation and review of different products. I just have one question. Do we need to install different types of filters for bacteria and heavy metals? Sorry, I have just started looking into this. I am currently using a filter jug and looking at in-line filtering system.

  2. Thank you so much for the educational reviews! It’s been a challenge to get good info about water filtration; you mostly just get cheap sales pitches for expensive products. My question is: are you aware of any testing that confirms performance in actual home settings? Some fluoride filters are supposedly dependent on water pH. It’d be helpful to have actual results on other contaminants as well, specifically PFAS, obtained outside of a lab setting. Thanks again for the great info!

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