"Drinking Water Scams Revealed"

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Read this article before you consider paying for your drinking

Wouldn't it be nice to stop poisoning ourselves with polluted or
unhealthy drinking water? I, for one, felt that I would love to
find a source of safe inexpensive drinking water. (Ideally, I'd
love to turn on the tap, and out it would flow!)

Whether it's curing cancer with magnets or herbal wonder-
remedies or Vioxx, we've all seen the fantastic claims people
make about their health products AND about how your whole life
will be changed! I can tell you right now that 90% are frauds.
You may even have fallen prey to some of these scams, selling
you the latest fad. Me too. I've bought so many kinds of drinking
water, I can't recall. (If a lie is repeated often enough, it
becomes "the truth").

Finally, after many disappointments I got FED UP. I decided to
get to the bottom of this desire we all have to make sure that
our most basic nutrient -- water -- will keep us healthy, not
make us sick.

I checked out endless commercial websites and a number of
university and government sites; and I was dismayed at what I
repeatedly found:

--Outdated information or info repeated from other websites
--Wild and sensational claims
--No research
--No refunds, etc.

I already knew that we can't trust our tap water because of the
presence of up to 2000 contaminants.

Specifically, I found:

a) Bottled Water: a real mish-mash of quality, often no more
than filtered tap water sold at outrageous mark-ups and at
quite an environmental cost.

b) Reverse-osmosis and distilled water: completely ignored the
medical evidence of the dangers in the ongoing drinking of water
that is void of minerals, acid in nature and oxidizing.

I quickly realized that these products were either useless,
overpriced or potentially harmful long-term. And the companies
were smiling all the way to the bank.

Nevertheless I was able to find products that were well-
researched and legitimate: water ionizers and certain filters. I
found two websites providing comparisons of reliable water
purifiers: www.waterfiltercomparisons.net and
www.waterpurifier101.com. (While the first of these sites does
not address the problem of acidity in drinking water, it is
straightforward in its assessment of what various water filters

I hope that you're not misled by false claims, and take a look at
these resources, for the sake of your health.
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Stan Howard is a researcher with Best Water, which offers a free report comparing all types of water purification, and other vital information on drinking water. Receive your free report here: Water Purifiers

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This article was published on 2006/03/29