Acidic Water & The Perfect Drinking Water
No one "makes" water -- it's made for us by nature.
We're all familiar with the cycle: rain, snow -- melt, rivers, lakes,
oceans, evaporation, condensation, clouds, rain, snow . . . The cycle is
still unchanged. But what happens to the water during that cycle, at the
hands of man, has changed enormously -- even catastrophically -- during
the last 150 years. That's why, for optimum health, you have to "make"
water - electron rich alkaline water. Before I tell you how to do this,
here's a quick review of why you should.
Toxic Acidic Chemicals
On the average, drinking water in the United States currently contains
over 2,100 toxic chemicals that are known to cause cancerous states,
cell mutation through acidic fermentation, and nervous system disorders
created by these toxic acidic chemicals. This is not particularly
surprising considering that there are close to 100,000 acidic chemicals
now in everyday use -- with over 1,000 new ones being added each year.
In fact, according to the EPA, US industries generate some 79 million
pounds of toxic acidic waste each year that is not disposed of properly
- most of it ends up in our oceans leading to acid rain.
2nd Hand Acidic Water
What is probably more surprising to most people, though, is the fact
that, according to the EPA, 53 million Americans unknowingly drink
acidic tap water that is polluted by feces, radiation, or other acidic
Also according to EPA, some 45 million people drink water contaminated
with the parasite cryptosporidium that killed more than 100 people in
Milwaukee in 1993.
Or that over half of all Americans drink acid water that has been used
at least once before.
To summarize: You have to "make" good electron rich alkaline water
because of acidic chemical residues, heavy metals, parasites, bacteria,
human waste, agricultural waste, industrial waste, chlorine, fluoride --
all the insults imposed upon water by man.
"Man" does it, and we -- man by man, woman by woman -- have to undo it.
And in doing so, as you'll see, we can even improve a bit on nature.
Industrialization & technology have introduced new, complex, and
sometimes lethal pollutants into our nation’s water systems.
underground aquifers that feed city water supplies may catch runoff from
dump sites, landfills, and even underground storage tanks.
chemical we pump into the air from automobiles or factories eventually
settle onto the land. Sooner or later, anything we bury, spray, emit,
or flush, finds its way into our drinking water.
to Environmental Defense Group, more than 4 billion pounds of toxic
chemicals are released into the environment each year, 72 million pounds
of which are known carcinogens.
This is why about half of America’s ground water is contaminated;
meaning about 1/4 of the population is exposed to contaminated drinking
Pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers used in massive quantities end up
in underground aquifers
Pharmaceuticals end up in wastewater treatment plants then recycled for
water use. Antibiotics, hormones and painkillers have been found in
public drinking water.
care products like cosmetics, toiletries and fragrances are chemicals
put into water supplies
treat water to kill most bacteria, they usually cannot kill all viruses
and parasites, such as amoeba, Guardia, and cryptosporidium.
Chlorine in Drinking Water
add chlorine to kill microorganisms but it is not entirely safe. It can
combine with organic materials to form thihalomethanes – a cancer
cancer has been linked to chlorinated drinking water in 10 out of 11
most reliable studies.
Chlorinated water has also been linked to birth defects and
Chlorinated tap water can hurt you even if you don’t drink it. Those
trihalomethanes get into your body when you shower they evaporate out of
the water and you inhale them. They are also absorbed into your body,
more than drinking ½ gallon of chlorinated tap water.
Fluoride is a proven
sodium fluoride is added to toothpaste and is created by aluminum
toxic hydrofluosilicic acid or sodium silicofluoride is most commonly
used in the water systems in the US and considered one of the most
corrosive chemical agents known to man.
can interfere with vitamin and mineral functions; it is also linked to
calcium deposits and arthritis.
Charles Gordon Heyd, past president of the American Medical Association,
stated, “Fluoride is a corrosive poison that will produce serious
effects on a long range basis.”
also treated with aluminum to remove organic material. Aluminum
coagulates organic material into clumps but it is impossible to remove
all the aluminum.
water may get rid of bacteria but the chemicals remain.
To improve your water and your health, contact the person who referred
you to this site.