While most of us agree pure drinking water is vital, pure water is also broad-spectrum to our health. Our bodies are mostly water, i.e., the average adult body is 70% water, and our blood contains 93% – 95% water.Lacking a pure water source, we could be ingesting or absorbing dangerous chemicals, bacteria, metals, and other contaminants while we drink or prepare food, and at much higher levels, as we absorb through our skin and lungs when we wash, bathe, or shower, especially with warmer water.Tap water is no longer a trusted source of at least drinking water, evidenced by the exploding bottled water industry. This is true even though every city water utility in the United States is processing and treating water by various means, including chlorine, to meet the “clean water” guidelines as set forth by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency).The EWG (Environmental Working Group) performed an analysis of more than 22 million sample quality tests, “A National Assessment of Tap Water Quality”, and their chief finding was that “More than 140 contaminants with no enforceable safety limits were found…”.This is in addition to the 119 contaminants that have water safety regulations, bringing this total to over 260 different… Read full this story
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