Have you checked out what you’re drinking these days in terms of water? It might be best if you did.
If you’re drinking tap water, you might want to rethink things. Why? Well, unfortunately, the vast majority of tap water in the U.S. today is contaminated. Yes, the water you pour into a glass, cook with, make Kool-Aid with or bathe in is contaminated. Sadly, once-pure water supplies are now also contaminated.
Since water has a major impact on our body functions, eliminating contaminated drinking water would only improve our health – which is a good thing. This could easily be done by using water distillers or installing water distillation systems in the home. It isn’t that expensive and the peace of mind of knowing you have clean and fresh water, as Mother Nature intended it, when you use water distillers, is well worth the investment. Besides, it’s your health that’s at stake and that is priceless.
While you may not realize this, contamination, even in small amounts, may cause cumulative chronic health problems. Did you realize that drinking bad water may cause liver and kidney damage, neurological problems, immune system breakdown, birth defects and cancer? Astonishingly, a good portion of Americans today don’t realize the ramifications of drinking what’s on tap at their house. In fact, what’s on tap may include more than 2,100 toxic chemicals; toxins that no municipal water treatment plant can remove.
The pollution of the water you drink comes from a wide variety of sources, from chlorine to herbicides, from street and prescription drugs to pesticides and who knows what else along the way. The fact is that there are over 80,000 synthetic drugs on the marketplace, all designed to make our lives easier. While they may do that, they pollute the water when they are flushed down the toilet or washed down the sink. All of these additives in our water make for a dangerous drink.
Think it is just adults that may suffer the side effects of bad water? Think again, as children are extremely sensitive to toxic chemicals and most of them drink a fair amount of water. Because their immune systems are still developing, they could be impacted to a much greater extent than an adult. The bottom line is that children are not little adults and because they are less developed, they can’t detoxify harmful compounds.
Some people think the answer is to drink bottled water. This may not be a good idea for the major reason that a great deal of the bottled water is tap water purified to a certain extent. The fact is, the bottled water doesn’t get out all of the contaminants present in today’s water. If you want more information on that, just do a search for the Natural Resources Defense Council four-year study that showed bottled drinking water isn’t always purer, cleaner or safer than tap water.
If you want safe water, water you can count on to be fresh and good to drink, then rely only on water distillers. If you think one step ahead, also see about installing water distillation systems in your home and office. Without a doubt, you will then have water you don’t have to worry about.