What Do You Know About Your Water Source?

It is vitally important that you have a comprehensive view of your current water source.  Since the body is made up of approximately 70% water this isn’t something that should be minimized.  Read on as we describe the differences.

Municipal tap water

Though a multitude of chemicals are legally allowable (up to 300) to make recycled sewage drinkable, chemicals are not safe regardless of the “legal limits for humans”.   Additionally, chlorine is a necessary component to kill bacteria in the water BUT chlorine is KNOWN to be a carcinogen and should (otherwise) be avoided.

Well water

Many believe that well water is safer to drink than municipal water BUT it has the disadvantage of being exposed to contaminated ground water and acid rain.  Additionally, rural properties were often once part of large farms and are subject to traces of pesticides and chemicals used for that purpose.   Traces of pesticides and chemicals can remain in the soil for up to 40 years.   Standard water tests do not test for or reveal these chemical traces.    There are more advanced water test options available that will report all trace chemicals and contaminants.

Filtered water (e.g. Brita, etc.) 

As the saying goes “something is better than nothing”. Filtering tap water from any source is better than not doing anything at all however household charcoal filters just touch the tip–of- the- iceberg when it comes to REMOVING harmful chemicals.  They do not remove bacteria of any kind .    These filters will remove a good portion of the Lye that  is added to municipal water sources (in an attempt to neutralize the water to reduce damage to water pipes).  Unfortunately, by doing so, filtered water becomes harmfully acidic.

Reverse Osmosis (RO)

These complex and costly systems DO remove most of the trace chemicals and bacteria; however this water is routinely referred to as “dead water”.  We liken it to throwing the baby out with the bath water.  The body NEEDS the nutrients naturally found in water.  RO systems remove the good right along with the bad.

Commercially bottled water

In a few words – DON’T DRINK IT!  Most people believe this to be a better water source BUT that’s just powerful marketing at work.  In fact, this water is either de-chlorinated tap water OR Reverse Osmosis water…both bottled in TOXIC recycled plastic bottles.   The FDA does not test commercially bottled water for consumer safety purposes.   For those of you relying on the government to “protect” you from harm you won’t find it here.  This excerpt from “Reducing Environment Cancer Risk…What We Can Do Now” (study conducted by the NIH Cancer Panel for the President of the United States) is very telling: 

Page 111

Filtering home tap or well water can decrease exposure to numerous known or suspected carcinogens and endocrine-disrupting chemicals.  Unless the home water source is known to be contaminated, it is preferable to use filtered tap water INSTEAD OF COMMERCIALLY BOTTLED WATER. 

Storing and carrying water in stainless steel, glass or BPA  free containers will reduce exposure to endocrine-disrupting and other chemicals that may leach into water from plastics”

It’s confusing, isn’t it?  After all, if tap water is laced with (up to 300) chemicals including chlorine and IF it is said to be safer to drink that than it is commercially bottled water stored in toxic recycled plastic,  then WHAT IN THE WORLD CAN YOU DO to drink SAFE, PURE water?

I KNOW THE ANSWER AND I HAVE THE SCIENCE TO BACK IT UP

Restructured, alkaline, ionized, micro-clustered water…

KANGEN WATER

BY THE WAY, THE PRESIDENT AND HIS FAMILY DRINK KANGEN WATER AT THE WHITE HOUSE

I wonder if the Presidential Cancer Panel Report had anything to do  with that?

Sure makes you go “hmmmm”

CHANGE YOUR WATER…CHANGE YOUR LIFE!

Ask me how!

 

 

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