Water: Facts, Scams, and Treatment Methods
Recent Gallup polls have shown 50% of Americans are very concerned
about the quality of their drinking water. Ever had any questions
about what's in your water, or how different filtration systems work,
or what's a legit filter and what's not? Randy Johnson of cyber-nook.com
answers a host of questions about the most important substance on
our planet. If you drink H2O, then this two-part interview is a must-read
for you and your family.
In this brief entry on his Aging
Boomers Blog, Chet shares some facts about water that you can
use to improve your health and reach your ideal weight.
Water Has More Bacteria, Less Fluoride
"Children should be considered for prescribed fluoride supplements
if they drink bottled water," the researchers recommend. Read
more about their fluoride "recommendations" in this article.
Water Can Help Your Diet
"Water can decrease your appetite. It is hard to distinguish
between being thirsty and being hungry, so try drinking water and
waiting 20 to 30 minutes to see if you're still hungry."
Bottled Water Myths
Did you know advertising execs for big bottled water companies have
been wasting your money and playing you as a fool for years? Stop
buying bottled water and start bottling your own.
in Your Water Filter? It's Called Reverse Osmosis!
Ever wondered how reverse osmosis works? Find out if it's practical
for your home's water filtration system.
Drinking Too Much Water Is Dangerous
If you force large amounts of water into your system over a short
period of time, your kidneys will struggle to eliminate enough water
from your system to keep the overall amount at a safe level. Read
this important article to learn more.
H2O: Spring Water, Drinking Water, and Distilled Water
Beginning our two part discussion on drinking water, Josh Day explains
the differences in water you find at the grocery store.
H2O: From Tap to Reverse Osmosis
part of our water series talks about the filtration processes of drinking
water, ranging from activated carbon to reverse osmosis.
I Now Say No to Distilled Water Only
Believing the health gurus and their injunctions about distilled water,
I drank it as my only source of water for many years, but I kept hearing
from too many people who were having problems with it. Read this article
to learn about these problems.
Zoltan Rona, MD, discusses in this important article why you shouldn't
drink distilled water over the long-term. Since many natural health
gurus, who usually sell expensive distillers, claim distilled water
is the best water to drink, you'll find an interesting counter argument
in this piece by a respected natural health physician.
You Really Need Eight Glasses of Water a Day?
Most natural health authorities tell you to drink eight 8-ounce glasses
of pure water every day. According to this article, that may not be
such a good thing to do after all. This is an assumption-busting article
that asks questions that deserve serious answers.
Eight 8-ounce Glasses of Water
And yet one more article on why the human body needs plenty of water
every day to remain healthy.
Cholesterol: a Myth and a Fraud
M.D, writes: "We in the medical profession, totally oblivious
of the vital roles of cholesterol in the body, have been duped into
thinking that it is this substance that causes arterial disease of
the heart and the brain."
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