Hippocrates said clean water was an essential part of good health, however, toxins in tap water actually makes our agua dangerous to drink.
Chlorine has stopped the spread of cholera but its byproducts are carcinogens.
Despite the fact that chlorine has been linked to cancer, heart disease, and other serious illnesses, it remains the government’s disinfectant of choice for contaminated water. The irony is that chlorine creates far more toxins than it eliminates, specifically trihalomethanes (THMs).
These are new chemicals created when chlorine reacts with naturally occurring organic matter in water. Suspected of causing heart, lung, kidney and liver damage, birth defects, and increased risk of bladder and colorectal cancer, THMs have no redeeming qualities.
You may ask: Does the government know about this little chemistry experiment playing out at your expense? The answer is: Of course it does.
The Futility Of Water Standards
People are being misled to believe that water is safe because it meets government standards. If your local water report says the amount of a certain chemical is ‘negligible’ (whether it’s true or not), consider what ‘negligible’ translates to over months and years of consumption.
Humans are experiencing ‘bioaccumulation,’ the consistent absorption of toxic substances, at insignificant amounts, over an extended period of time. This accurately describes the harmful chemical reactions playing out in our bodies. Dangerous compounds and heavy metals keep accumulating until they reach toxic levels that lead to health disorders.
In the past several years, scientific analysis of municipal drinking water supplies has detected many new contaminants such as pharmaceuticals and PFOA, a Teflon by-product.
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