So…Who (or what) Pooped in the Bottled Water? Hmm…

niagraI was in the real estate business for many years so I’m very familiar with eColi contamination in wells.  The source of eColi is feces from of humans (and other mammals) so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that eColi is often found in rural wells.  After all, what is on the ground surface will eventually find its way into the water source.

The municipal water from my town was just confirmed to have eColi contamination and “safety precautions” have been issued.  I have to laugh when the locals express their shock over “how this could ever happen”!  Little do most of them know, their municipal water is just recycled sewage with acceptable levels of solid human waste in the  3-20% range.  With that in mind, you can bank on having a little eColi from the feces in your water every once in a while!  The chemicals that it would take to remediate ALL contaminants in municipal water would be enough to kill off a small country.  Instead, we ingest a few hundred chemicals and we live with the consequences.

Far too many people believe that commercially bottled water is the “safest” water you can drink.  Not only is it not any safer than your tap water, it is wreaking havoc on your health in ways you can’t begin to imagine.  Ignorance about bottled water could be your biggest downfall when it comes to your health and the scam behind the process is enough to make Bernie Madoff look like Mother Theresa.

Recently millions of bottles of bottled water were recalled by Niagra Bottling company (based out of Canada) due to eColi contamination. If this water comes from a deep source natural spring as implied by Niagra, who (or what) pooped in the water?    I’m not sold on the concept of a natural spring any more than I believe that I can buy oceanfront property in Arizona. If the water source for the Niagra brand waters is like most of the other commercially bottled water sources, it’s coming from the local tap and not some mysterious “spring” somewhere.  How does it feel to buy your local water twice?

How did eColi from feces find its way into the supply?

Niagara issued a statement saying its disinfection process would have kept eColi out of its bottled water even if tainted water made it into the plant.  If that’s the case, how did eColi sneak into the bottled water?  So much for the “disinfection process”.

This following statement provided by the Niagara spokesman makes no sense at all, no matter how many times you read it:

USA Today – June 23, 2015

Niagara spokesman Stan Bratskeir said contamination was found at a water provider, Far Away Springs, based in Auburn, Pa. He said no contamination was found in the water obtained from Far Away Springs or in Niagara’s own finished products.

What is my point to this rant of mine?  You betcha!  My point is that you need to take control of the water you’re drinking, otherwise accept the feces and the cancer causing chemicals and call-it-a-day.  If you’re banking on the FDA to watch out for you; think again.  The FDA doesn’t test commercially bottled water.  You’re on your own.

I’ve taken control of my water source once and for all.  You won’t find chlorine or fluoride in my water.  You won’t find parasites in my water.  You won’t find eColi in my water.  You won’t find (up to) 300 legally allowable chemicals (many known to cause cancer) in my water.  You won’t find pharmaceuticals in my water.  You won’t find ANY amount of feces in my water.  You won’t find me tipping toxic water bottle to my lips…EVER.

Now you know “the rest of the story”.  If you continue to drink water bottled in plastic known to have as many as 20,000 chemicals, do it at YOUR OWN RISK.  As for me and my family….it’s only THE BEST.

I really would like to know who (or what) pooped in the water.

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