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What if I told you the water you're drinking and showering in is poisoning you?

You, like many others, would most likely say "I would rather not know what's in there." This is the sad reality of many people in today's society, turning the other cheek when it comes to what they're putting in, and on their bodies. Only until one becomes ill do they show interest in their health, and well-being. Why wait until you're sick or on your death-bed to take control of your health?

The amount of times people laugh, mock, or tell me they'd rather not know the truth when I talk about preventative health measures, what's in the water, or any type of holistic education is very troubling. It really shows the programming in people to just shrug their shoulders and say "oh well, that's the way it is." This doesn't have to be the case. What you're choosing to ignore is incredibly detrimental to your health. According to the U.S. Council of Environmental Quality, those who consume/shower in contaminated tap water are 93% more likely to develop cancer and other serious illnesses.

If you found out that pharmaceuticals, lead, mercury, arsenic, etc. was in your water, would you still drink it? Would you still let your children, and your pet's drink contaminated, toxic, and poisonous water?

You can find out what's in your tapwater by going to Keep in mind, legal limits for contaminates in tap water have not been updated in 20 years, and some standards are over 40 years old. Legal does not necessarily mean safe. Getting approved from the federal government does not mean the water meets the latest health guidelines.

There are over 250 contaminates in the U.S. water supply, the most common include,




-disinfectant by-products


The most common side effect of consuming these toxins? Cancer.

Chemical exposure through drinking contaminated tap water may lead to a variety of serious health conditions including, but not limited to nervous system and organ damage, abnormal fetal development, miscarriages, fertility problems, hormone disruption, kidney failure, heart disease, arthritis, and diabetes.

The sad truth is that more than 200 million Americans consume contaminated tap water, and the most common solution? Reverse Osmosis. This may seem like a healthier alternative, and to some extent it is. Although, consuming purified water, especially long-term, is in its own way extremely detrimental to one's health.

Reverse Osmosis removes all the minerals from the water, including the good ones. When you drink purified water, you are drinking a pure chemical substance, it contains little or no dissolved oxygen and therefore is considered "dead". Purified water acidifies the body, leaches minerals, and does not actually hydrate the body. In fact, long-term use of purified water can leave you chronically dehydrated.

"There is a correlation between purified water and how it steals calcium from the body. The body begins to cannibalize itself to meet the calcium requirements of the body. Chronic digestive problems such as gas and diarrhea are common amongst purified water drinkers. As the consumption of soft water increases, the incidence of cardiovascular disease also increases. Cells, tissues, and organs do not like to be dipped in acid and will do anything to buffer the acidity, including the removal of minerals from the skeleton and the manufacture of bicarbonate in the blood." ~ "Early Death Comes From Drinking Distilled Water," Zoltan P. Rona MD MSc.

Okay, so what about bottled water?

Bottled water is marketed as though it's cleaner than tap, but numerous studies show its definitely not cleaner. They're basically filled with glorified tap water.

Many plastic water bottles contain chemicals known as "phthalates" shown to disrupt your natural hormones. This may lead to abnormal sexual development, premature breast development, cancer, miscarriages, and more.

Studies show analyzed samples taken from 259 bottled waters, and found that 93% of them contained micro-plastics. The most popular water bottle brands contained 325 micro-plastic particles per liter.

So, what does drinking micro-plastics do to our bodies?

The EPA is concerned because it is a reproductive, developmental and systematic toxicant. Published studies indicate that after maternal exposure, these particles have the propensity to cross the placental barrier and enter the fetal compartment, depositing plastic in fetal organs.

An article from "" states that "there's evidence that plastics and the chemical pollutants that bind them have toxic effects. They're implicated in the obesity epidemic and in other metabolic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, reproductive problems, and neural problems like attention deficit disorder. If you look at the trendlines of non-communicable diseases around the world, you see there is a correlation between exposure to these pollutants."

Americans buy 50 million plastic water bottles annually. If we took what we spend on bottled water just in the U.S. and used that instead on water infrastructure, every person on the planet could have access to clean water three times over.

The solution to all this toxic madness? Drinking electrolyzed reduced water, rich in molecular hydrogen and anti-oxidants. Find out more about this life-changing water here.


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