This is an article about bottle water from a well known tv personality, Dr Axe.
I have been writing about bottled water for some time and the dangers of drinking too much of it. I know a lot us (well I used to) buy flats of bottle water that would last us a week or so. ‘Not a good idea’. That is why I did a lot of research and found the Kangen Water Filter system to be the best on the market.
Now they appear rather expensive but if you calculate the cost of bottled water over the years the filter is not expensive at all. First of all they are great quality and secondly the maintenance backup for these water filters are superior to any that I studied.
I had been using filtered water via the jugs for many years but only to find they are not filtering a lot of the really harmful toxins in the water and because of the type of water you get from the Kangen filters there is absolutely no comparison.
As you can see from the picture above there are several models. If you got to the website “lifechanging-water.com” you can browse the different models
Here are some facts published on Dr Axes Website about bottled water. It is well worth the read
Fast Facts: Basic Bottled Water Stats
- The average American drinks about 31 gallons of bottled water a year.
- Less than 30 percent of plastic water bottles are recycled.
- Bottled water is full of hormone-disrupting chemicals. Anti-estrogens and anti-androgens are present in the majority of bottled water.
- Estrogenicity in water from plastic bottles is three times higher compared to glass.
- Contamination of bottled water results in human exposure to endocrine disruptors.
- Bottled water risks include an increased cancer risk. A recent study found 11 out of 18 bottled water sampled induced estrogenic effects in a human cancer cell line.
- People in the U.S. buy half a billion bottles of water a week, more than enough to circle the globe 5 times.
- Laboratory testing conducted by Environmental Working Group found popular bottled water brands to contain mixtures of 38 different pollutants, including bacteria, fertilizer, Tylenol and industrial chemicals, some at levels no better than tap water. Some even contain high levels of cancer-causing chlorination byproducts.
- In the United States, 24 percent of bottled water sold is either Pepsi’s Aquafina or Coke’s Dasani. Both brands are bottled, purified municipal tap water.
- Dr. Gina Solomon, a senior scientist at the Natural Resources Defense Council, an environmental advocacy group, told The New York Times that “there is no reason to believe that bottled water is safer than tap water.”
- In the U.S., public water is regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which requires multiple daily tests for bacteria and makes results available to the public. The Food and Drug Administration, which regulates bottled water, only requires weekly testing and does not share its findings with the EPA or the public.
- According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, some bottled water risks include fluoride exposure. Fluoride can occur naturally in source waters used for bottling or it can be added.
Now that I have explained the reason why I have one of these machines I have to tell you there is a great business opportunity in selling them.
I personally did not buy the machine because of the business but because I love the machine (now sleeping like a baby). The business is a bonus and trust me a good one.
First of all, this is not multi-level marketing MLM; it is a direct sales program with a patented compensation plan. And the great thing is with our marketing system you can do it in just a few hours a day.
Do yourself a favor and put 14 minutes aside and watch it. It could change your life for ever.
Watch this 14-Minute video of the Enagic Compensation Plan:
In this video you will discover:
1. Which Kangen machine is best for your particular situation.
2. How you can get your machine for free!
3. How to build a substantial income with Kangen water.
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Read more at: http://www.lifechanging-water.com/
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