Good evening, fellow water drinkers, I’m your host here at AWMS, Pete. In today’s article, I share with you my comprehensive Bai Antioxidant Water Review.
The reason I’m including Bai on my alkaline water site is that Bai raises the pH of their water to be alkaline.
It’s been a busy month here at AWMS. I’ve added a ton of new alkaline water brand reviews and exciting information to help you along your alkaline water journey.
In my Bai Antioxidant Water review, we’ll check out the ingredients, pH & TDS tests, the best place to buy Bai water in bulk, and last but not least, my review.
Ingredients in Bai Water
First, let’s answer the question: What are the ingredients in Bai water?
It’s important to know exactly what you’re drinking and why you should pay more for this water than conventional bottled water.
I always like to check the label first since companies must list their ingredients. I find that it’s the best way to skip over the marketing angles and get to the truth.
List of ingredients:
- Purified water (reverse osmosis filtration)
- Potassium bicarbonate
- Magnesium sulfate (electrolytes)
- Sodium selenite (electrolytes)
Is Bai Water healthy?
Bai uses reverse osmosis filtration to purify its water and strip away all the original minerals/impurities in the water. Reverse osmosis is a common filtration method because it does a great job of removing everything from water.
A lot of alkaline water companies, including Essentia, start with reverse osmosis water.
After purification, Bai adds its special blend of alkaline minerals to the water to raise the pH. They advertise a pH of 7.5 higher.
Where to Buy Bai Water in Bulk
In case you can’t find Bai locally or prefer to buy Bai in bulk, a good place to buy it is online at Amazon.
Use the links below to check the prices for both case sizes at Amazon:
pH & TDS Tests
In the video below, the young scientist conducts a Bai Antioxidant Water ph test as well as a TDS test.
The TDS reading gives us an idea of how many minerals are in the water. The more minerals the higher the TDS.
Since minerals are vital to our health and getting them from our water is important, most experts recommend an ideal TDS of at least 80 ppm for drinking water.
Here’s the Bai Water pH test:
It looks like Bai does have an alkaline pH of about 8 to me. The young scientist scored it an 8.5.
- TDS 126 ppm
- pH 8 to 8.5
Did you notice how he used pH tester drops instead of pH test strips? The drops are more accurate than the strips. I often see people attack alkaline water brands after getting inaccurate results with pH test strips.
If you want to test pH at home, I recommend checking out my list of the most accurate pH test strips to get the best results.
Now for my Bai Antioxidant Water review. Is this water legit? Are there better alkaline water brands that give you more bang for your buck?
Let’s see if I can answer those questions for you.
- I prefer alkaline water that starts as purified water. I’m still unsure about bottling alkaline water from domestic artesian aquifers, which other companies are doing. How does this affect the domestic water supply and the surrounding environment? Bai uses reverse osmosis filtration to purify its water. This is a good thing.
- The addition of antioxidant selenium is a nice touch.
- The slightly higher TDS than other brands I’ve reviewed is good for people who like to get an extra boost of essential minerals from their water. Personally, I prefer a slightly lower TDS, but I think the selenium boost is what raises the TDS in Bai a bit higher than other brands.
- The pH is good. I prefer alkaline water with a pH between 8 and 9.5 for long-term drinking to err on the side of caution. There are other brands with a pH as high as 10.
- The flavor impresses me
- The bottles are BPA-free
- The founder is a New Jersey guy who started the company from the basement of his home in Princeton.
- Bai doesn’t provide a water quality report on its website. Other companies I’ve reviewed provide water quality reports that show exactly what’s in their water.
- Bai remineralizes its water to boost the pH instead of using electrolysis. The water I drink is alkaline ionized water. Ionized water is what water ionizers make. I’m partial to ionized water because it reversed my case of intense heartburn when nothing else worked. Since then, I’ve continued to drink it and feel great overall. I haven’t had this much energy for over a decade.
What did you think of my Bai Antioxidant Water review? Did I miss anything? Please let me know in the comments section below if there’s more you’d like to know about this brand.
Overall, I think Bai is a solid alkaline water option with impressive company culture.
Personally, I prefer ionized water made by electrolysis, but I know everyone is different.