Because of this I was excited to be offered the opportunity to check out Water Liberty's Adya Clarity for free in exchange for my honest review. These drops are clinically proven to reduce the heavy metals in your body and are tested by an EPA certified lab to reduce up to 99% of toxins in your water. This is what piqued my interest.
When asked other healthy living bloggers whether or not they'd used Adya Clarity or a similar product the only response I received was about a negative article from a few years ago. I asked Water Liberty for their response and I was sent the link to their blog post debunking that article and similar ones that have been floating around.
Adya Clarity blends ionic sulfate minerals to purify water without use of toxic chemicals. Just letting a glass sit for a few hours you can see the difference.
1 is a glass of tap water treated with Adya Clarity (sitting on top of my phone to see the bottom of the glass better). 2 is plain tap water in the cup I use throughout the week. 3 is a glass of water from the bottle service we have at work. When our water's treated there's still some sediment but it's much less than I normally see (and also pale yellow instead of white). This shows much promise that Adya Clarity could make our water go from 2 to 3 so I don't feel so weird drinking it!
I also noticed a slight taste difference with the Adya Clarity. It's hard to describe but maybe you could say Adya Clarity makes your water sweeter.
I plan to continue to use this bottle of Adya Clarity to see what other changes I notice drinking cleaner water outside my work. Be sure to visit Water Liberty's website to check out Adya Clarity for yourself along with the other sizes and options available.