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Want to improve your health? I know what you're thinking: reduce the amount of trans fats and saturated fats you eat and consume more vegetables and fresh foods. That's certainly a start, but the best thing you can do today for your well-being is to include more pure drinking water into your daily regimen.

But let me define what I mean by pure. You see, most people fall for marketing hype and outright scams and fancy bottle labels. They think, for example, that expensive bottled water at the store is pure. Meanwhile, people in the know, like the US FDA, has publicly stated that bottled water is no safer than tap water. That's right. . . tap water, the free stuff that already comes right out of your sink!

Before we get into a further discussion of contaminants to avoid, we need to discuss pure drinking mineral water. Why minerals and not just pure water?

Because you actually don't want your water filtration product to filter out everything, that's why. You see, we need minerals for good health. Minerals like calcium and magnesium and potassium to name just a few.

Most water filtering products on the market, especially the very popular reverse osmosis types, actually remove everything, including these minerals we need for optimal health!

Ironically, people using these types of systems may develop mineral deficiencies over the long term. That's why you only want pure drinking mineral water. . . meaning water that is pure from bad contaminants but still has the good stuff that we need.

It's a sad fact that because of pollution, our water systems are no longer pure. In an ideal world, we'd just be able to turn on the tap and drink the water that flows from it.

Many people, in fact, do. . . . but they are making a grave mistake. There are over 2,100 known cancer-causing toxins in the United States water supply. This is not an exaggeration to scare you. It's a simple fact. This kind of information is available to anyone in the public who wants to search out the truth.

I mean, have you ever wondered why cancer rates are skyrocketed with no end in sight? Now you know what my own suspicions are.

Because of this dire situation, it's absolutely critical that if you want to maintain optimal health you should spend some money and invest into a water filtration product that removes these dangerous substances, leaving only pristine water.

Most of these systems can be purchased and set up by any competent plumber. So don't think of it as a huge burden. Within a day you could rest easy in the knowledge that you, your family, and friends, are imbibing pure drinking mineral water that will improve your health, and no longer have to worry about all the herbicides, pesticides, pharmaceutical drugs, chlorine, and other nasty chemicals that invade our water systems continuously, despite our best efforts.

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