Top 11 ways to avoid cancer

Doctors say cancer cells are smart, and can target vital organs, take them ever, and shut down your life. Cancer is a disorder of the cells, where they mutate and multiply uncontrollably. It’s very common in America, but doctors and oncologists are clueless when it comes to beating cancer. They use chemicals, surgery and radiation, … Continue reading Top 11 ways to avoid cancer

Chemical reaction between pipe alloy and water disinfectants produce cancer-causing chromium in drinking water

Researchers from the University of California, Riverside have found that pipe alloy can react with residual water disinfectants to produce cancer-causing chromium that gets mixed in drinking water. In a study published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology, the researchers said that chemical reactions can change chromium in water pipes into a form that creates genetic mutations in cells. Pipe alloy plus disinfectants … Continue reading Chemical reaction between pipe alloy and water disinfectants produce cancer-causing chromium in drinking water

Fluoride chemicals added to U.S. drinking water are unprocessed TOXIC WASTE; water fluoridation needs to end

Having access to fluoridated drinking water that can supposedly improve your dental health sounds like a first-world luxury on the surface – but the truth is that it’s a recipe for ill health and experts are calling for this dangerous practice to be stopped. In fact, America is one of very few developed countries that … Continue reading Fluoride chemicals added to U.S. drinking water are unprocessed TOXIC WASTE; water fluoridation needs to end

If you think staying hydrated with “good” water isn’t super important, think again

Got a migraine headache? Drink water. Is your skin dry? Drink more water. Your joints hurt? Drink water. Are you constipated? Drink water. Hungry but trying to lose weight? Drink water. Feeling lethargic? Drink water. The average adult should be taking in about 2.5 liters of water a day, equivalent of about 8 glasses, because … Continue reading If you think staying hydrated with “good” water isn’t super important, think again

Water sources compared: Tap, bottled, filtered, spring water, reverse osmosis and more

Are you a water snob? Given the state of water options today and their negative impact on the body, it may be a good idea to become a bit more discerning about the source of your drinking water. Sure, your city, region, or municipality may have assured you that your drinking water is clean and fit … Continue reading Water sources compared: Tap, bottled, filtered, spring water, reverse osmosis and more