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Water Distillation Could Save Your Life

water. So essentially, distillation removes the water from the contaminants, rather than trying to remove the contaminants from the water. For all reasons you would use water--drinking, cooking, nasal irrigation, etc.--I strongly urge you to use a water distiller to achieve the safest, cleanest water

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Why You Should Distill Your Water

…to having a distiller is that if your tap water supply is lost for any reason, you can safely distill water from a river, lake, pond, or swimming pool. True, distillation takes longer than other methods such as drip filtration, but I consider any inconvenience associated with distillation minor in comparison…

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Cleanse with Cabbage Juice

…generally use a blender. I start by filling the blender with cut-up chunks of raw green cabbage. To this I add distilled water until the blender is about two-thirds full. I then blend the water and cabbage for 45 seconds to a minute, and pour the mixture into a large crockery vessel. (Any glass or ceramic…

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Relieve Joint Pain with Good Old-Fashioned Water

…earlier that act as diuretics. And you need to be drinking plenty of water every day--1/2 gallon a day is not unreasonable for most people. Distilled water is best for ensuring safe drinking water. At first, increasing the amount of water you drink may not seem like it’s doing much good. In the beginning…

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Could Tap Water Contribute to Prostate Cancer?

water source. Besides air, water is the only thing we take in on a consistent, every day basis. It needs to be clean and pure. If the municipal water is your only choice, then I recommend distilling the water with pre- and post-carbon filtration. Now it's your turn: How do you make sure your water

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Is the Swimming Pool Making You Sick?

…to infection and possible blindness. Now it’s your turn: Have you ever been ill after going to the pool? You May Also Be Interested In * Water Distillation Could Save Your Life * Protect Your GI Tract With This Summer Vegetable

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Avoid Aluminum for Better Brain Health

…Drink distilled water. Alum, or aluminum sulfate, is widely used in the process of purifying water in this country. When added to the water it works as a coagulant to attract suspended particles, which can later be filtered out. Unfortunately some of the dissolved aluminum will remain in the water. (Post…

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How a Simple Glass of Water Can Alleviate Joint Pain

distilled water every day--up to half a gallon a day. Consuming foods rich in complex carbohydrates (such as beans, legumes, whole grains, vegetables, whole fruits, and sprouted seeds) also helps. As they move through the intestinal tract, they provide a “reservoir” from which the body can pull water

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