I am aware that many may not be able to afford a carbon filter and a water distiller and the much higher electricity bill, but I wanted to show how it would be theoretically possible to greatly reduce the exposure to toxic lead in no time.
I recommend to first carbon filter your water, which does reduce lead by >99,3%, but the main reason why I recommend to use a Multipure carbon filter is to remove the VOCs (= boiling point below 100°C)
After the carbon filtration I am distilling my water and that reduces the lead content to ZERO.
Here you find some more information about the Multipure carbon filter and Megahome water distiller, which I do recommend:
– How To Improve Your Health Condition Dramatically And Protect & Detoxify Your Body From Fluoride, Arsenic etc.
Here is the performance data sheet of the Multipure carbon filter:
So even if you would just use the carbon filter you are obviously much better off than before.
So why use a water distiller? Isn’t drinking distilled water dangerous for your health?
– 24 Doctors With The Courage To Tell The Truth About Distilled Water
Your distiller will remove all the toxic fluoride & lead and all the other garbage as well, which is why a TDS meter will always show 0 ppm after the distillation process (even after years of using your distiller).
Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) are the total amount of mobile charged ions, including minerals, salts or metals dissolved in a given volume of water, expressed in units of mg per unit volume of water (mg/L), also referred to as parts per million (ppm). TDS is directly related to the purity of water and the quality of water purification systems and affects everything that consumes, lives in, or uses water, whether organic or inorganic, whether for better or for worse.
– Digital TDS-Water Quality Tester (And it is really not expensive.)
Removing the inorganic minerals from the water is a good thing, because they are toxic garbage for our bodies, even if you were told otherwise.
What we need in order to be healthy are organic minerals from plants:
– Stop eating ROCKS and start eating REAL FOOD
– Raw Food Explained: Organic Versus Inorganic Minerals
– Sea Salt, Is it Good For You?
Distilled water produced as described above is pretty much the same as the purest (currently not anymore available) rainwater.
And I guess nobody would be afraid of drinking rainwater, if air pollution would not be such a big problem.
Look at her, she is drinking rainwater (not recommended) and has a very healthy diet (highly recommended!):
– Amazing Story Of 70 Year Old Woman Finds The Fountain Of Youth – Ageless Woman Annette Larkins Interview (Video)
– Interview With 72-Year-Old (Ageless) Raw Vegan Annette Larkins (Video)
– 6 Cities in Michigan Have Even Higher Levels of Lead than Flint:
As the nation rightly focuses on Flint’s ongoing water crisis, other cities in the state of Michigan face even higher levels of lead contamination. The alarming pervasiveness of potentially toxic drinking water extends across the United States.
The Detroit News reports that “Elevated blood-lead levels are seen in a higher percentage of children in parts of Grand Rapids, Jackson, Detroit, Saginaw, Muskegon, Holland and several other cities, proof that the scourge of lead has not been eradicated despite decades of public health campaigns and hundreds of millions of dollars spent to find and eliminate it.”
Of over 7,000 children tested in the Highland Park and Hamtramck areas of Detroit in 2014, 13.5 percent tested positive for lead. Among four zip codes in Grand Rapids, one in ten children had lead in their blood. In Adrian and south-central Michigan, more than 12 percent of 640 children tested had positive results. Continue reading »
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