Nutrition Tips/ Reviews

How to Detoxify Your Water, a Review of Adya Clarity

Did you know that despite being considered “safe” to drink, your drinking water may not be completely free of toxins? Municipalities are required to meet minimum standards for water safety which varies from state to state and province to province. While the water you get from your tap may have met those minimum standards at the source, the water could have become polluted with toxins in the pipes of your home. Disease causing micro-organisms can become present. As well, although flouride is naturally released into groundwater, some municipalities still add Fluorosilic acid to water with a low flouride concentration, citing that it is beneficial in preventing tooth decay. The problem is that Fluorosilic acid, a waste product created in the manufacture of phosphoric acid and other phosphate fertilizers, is a highly toxic substance in its gaseous form. As well it can also contain numerous contaminants, ie: heavy metals (lead and chromium-6), non metals (arsenic), and even trace amounts of radioactive isotopes.

In other words, the drinking water we drink is not as pure and healthy as we would like to think. Thankfully we can purify our water ourselves with just a few drops of Adya Clarity.

Adya Clarity review

Made by Water Liberty Research Center, Adya Clarity is a liquid product that contains magnetic sulfate minerals. These are powerful ions that can break up weak mineral bonds, an example of this is Sodium Fluoride, a toxic mineral salt which has relatively weak bonds. When you add Adya Clarity to water containing Sodium Fluoride it breaks the weak bonds and converts it to Calcium Fluoride, a harmless mineral salt that occurs naturally in underground water sources. Magnetic sulfate minerals activate oxygen that breaks down carbon waste and neutralizes contaminants so that they are no longer toxic. These aren’t the only examples of the benefits of Adya Clarity, there are several more.

Adya Clarity has also been proven by science to:

  • Reduce 159 harmful industrial chemicals, including 80 volatile organic compounds.
  • Reduce chlorine by 100% and reduce chloramines and trihalomethanes to below detectable limits.
  • Reduce the presence of 99.95% of tested pharmaceuticals and basic drugs.
  • Significantly reduce 79 different agricultural chemicals.
  • Reduce heavy metals in water and from the body, including aluminum, mercury, lead, and aresenic by an average of 40% over 30 days.
  • Convert toxic chromium-6 in water to beneficial chromium-3, an essential dietary element.
  • Kill four types of disease causing micro-organisms and prevents their growth. It reduces up to 99.85% of tested bacteria, viruses and parasites.

Test results can be viewed here: and human clinical study results can be viewed here:

I was sent a 60ml bottle of Adya Clarity to try for myself. Unfortunately I don’t have the means to run the same research studies and to verify them so instead I will share with you my personal observations. As per the product instructions, I added 10 drops of Adya Clarity to a 500ml bottle of tap water and stored it in a glass bottle, then let the bottle sit with the lid off for 24 hours to neutralize all the impurities.

Adya Clarity Review

Adya Clarity Review

There was definitely a noticeable sediment at the bottom of the glass after it sat for 24 hours.  Apparently the resulting sediment is harmless and inert, but you can filter out the sediments using a coffee filter.

Adya Clarity Review

I was very surprised by how much sediment accumulated! The contaminants definitely clumped together. I can’t believe I’ve been drinking that water for years, yikes!

Adya Clarity and the Adya Clarity filtration system can be purchased from Water Liberty Research Centre.  The 2oz bottle of Adya Clarity retails for $25 USD and the Adya Clarity Filtration System retails for $200 USD.  

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Water Liberty Research Group. As a member of I was sent a bottle of Adya Clarity to review.  These are my honest personal observations.


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  • Jen @ Pretty Little Grub
    January 6, 2015 at 12:58 pm

    That’s definitely interesting though I really couldn’t imagine myself constantly filtering my water with a coffee filter. Did the water taste any different?

    • Janice
      January 6, 2015 at 1:05 pm

      That’s a good question! After seeing the sediment from treating the water I was too grossed out to taste my tap water, so I did not do a taste test where I took a sip of fresh tap water, then compared it to the water treated with Adya Clarity.

  • Kerri Olkjer
    January 6, 2015 at 5:56 pm

    Wow. This is absolutely fascinating!

  • Diatta @ Femme Fitale Fit Club
    January 6, 2015 at 6:52 pm

    WOW sometimes I feel ignorance is bliss. Do I really want to know how dirty my water is? LOLOL. I’m still not able to answer that question.

  • Stephanie (@FitMomTraining)
    January 6, 2015 at 10:51 pm

    Oh wow, that’s crazy! I know our water isn’t great but to see it in that state with that crap on the bottom…

    January 7, 2015 at 5:11 am

    super interesting.
    our water in Oakland was TERRIBLE.

  • Jasmine @ CHISELTraining
    January 7, 2015 at 11:05 pm

    I agree with Diatta! It’s gross to think of all the things my water filter is leaving in my water, ugh!

  • Mazid Irsad
    January 26, 2015 at 12:39 am


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