While the water on tap in your home looks good, it is likely chockfull of contaminants. Unfortunately, most water in America is polluted.
Who thinks about what they are drinking when they pour themselves a glass of water from the tap? Mostly, people are thirsty and just want something to drink. They are not wondering what is actually in the water they are swallowing. Perhaps they should be.
While Americans have it pretty good in terms of drinking water, meaning they will not die within days from drinking it, like in Haiti, they are still drinking liquid of questionable purity and safety. Not only that, they are also paying for the privilege monthly.
“If you have done any research on contaminated water in the U.S., you will be shocked to discover our drinking water does contain highly harmful compounds. Yes, it goes through water purification plants, but they are aging and unable to keep up with the newer contaminants found in our water supply these days; contaminants that can’t be seen or smelled, but are there lurking in what appears to be clear and fresh water,” said Larry Wardell, who writes for H2olabs.com, a provider of water distiller systems that provide truly pure distilled water.
People need to take action on their own if they want to make sure that the water they are drinking is genuinely safe and fresh. Taking personal action for water in the home is the only way to take back control over contaminated water. The safest way to ensure fresh, safe and clean water without contaminants in it, is to use water distillers or install water distiller systems in the home and business locations.
For those that don’t know there is arsenic in the water, be aware that it occurs naturally and drinking it has been shown to increase the risks of bladder, lung and skin cancers. Oddly, it is actually legal to for the water on tap in America to have 50 parts of arsenic per billion. If someone drinks two quarts of contaminated water every day, and some do, they have a one in 100 chance of contracting cancer.
“If the small chance of getting cancer doesn’t phase you, you might also want to think about the over 2,100 other chemicals, toxins, bacterial and viral water borne freeloaders that slip through the water purification process at local water plants. Do you seriously want to be drinking hormones, street drugs, herbicides and pesticides?” Wardell asked.
Contaminated water in America is not something many people really want to think about. It is not a part of the American Dream. However, it is increasingly a part of the American Reality.
To learn more, visit http://www.h2olabs.com.