Free Water Report You Think your Water is Safe? Think Again.
Just imagine what it can to the much more sensitive and tender insides of your body - your digestive system, your joints and muscles, and your cardiovascular system.
Over 2,100 Chemicals are Documented in our Tap Water.
What's in your tap water?
Neither the EPA or your Provider is Protecting You.
The EPAs Safe Water Drinking Act only regulates 91 contaminants. Only a few have been added in the last 20+ years. The sad fact is neither the EPA or your local provider can afford to keep up with emerging issues. Even then, 40% of US community water systems regularly violate the Safe Drinking Water Act. Increasing numbers of scary chemicals, pharmaceuticals recycled into our water, system failures and water boil alerts are just some examples of failed safeguards. Tap water has undeniable issues. Just ask the good folks of Flint, Michigan.
31 of 35 Cities Tested Contain Hexavalent Chromium1.
Remember the movie Erin Brockovich? Hexavalent chromium or (chromium VI) isn't even one the EPA's 91 chemicals. The watch-dog Environmental Working Group analyzed drinking water across the United States and tested for chromium VI in 35 different cities. Unbelievably, they found chromium VI in 31 of the 35 cities1. Is yours one?
56 Million in the USA Drink Unsafe Levels of Arsenic2.
Arsenic is extremely difficult to remove from water and is a deadly toxin. Most doctors agree that you don't want any arsenic in your body. Are you drinking arsenic? Get your free water report and find out.
Your Filter does not Protect You.
Carbon filters, typically made of granulated activated carbon or GAC, are the most popular filtration devices because they are inexpensive and widely available. Not because they are the most effective. Simple carbon filters will reduce some organic compounds that make water taste and smell bad, but they do not filter out most contaminants including heavy metals, industrial chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and others.
- Study finds probable carcinogen in tap water of 31 U.S. cities. Washington Post, Lyndsey Layton, December 20, 2010.
- "Plant foods for preserving muscle mass: USDA ARS." 8 Dec. 2016. Web. 14 Sept. 2016.
So WHAT is in YOUR Water?
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