Bottled Water

people don't know what they are drinking when they buy a bottle of water and quench their thirst. Water bottles are a great source of water for everyone. You see water bottles everywhere for sale. But you must ask some questions.

The water could be coming from a dam, reservoir, well, mineral spring, river or tank from collected rain.

What most people are not aware of is that the water coming from bottled water could in fact be creating the very health problems that we suffer from and are constantly trying to battle.

Scrutinising the contents of our bottled water can reveal a deadly cocktail of poisons and substances in minute traces that destroy healthy body cells or collect in the body and cause harm from long term consumption.

A constant supply of bottled water may slowly over a lifetime create disease and a shorter life from inorganic minerals and hazardous chemicals such as benzene that are produced when the plastic heats up whilst in the sun usually during transport.

Inorganic Minerals is a new term to many people. Most people think that our water is the supplier of important minerals. BIG MISTAKE!

All water that has run over, through or is stored in land will pick up inorganic minerals. Mineral spring water is a classic example of this. Inorganic minerals are poisonous to the human body.

Organic minerals come from plants that are supplied inorganic minerals from the water in the soil. Water in or on the land is nature's way of providing the essential minerals to plants not humans. Humans then obtain water and organic minerals by eating the fruit. The plant grows best when it is grown in soil rich in minerals - inorganic minerals.

An important supply of organic minerals, will ensure the proper function of all vitamin and enzyme processes because nothing will occur without these in the body. Our source of organic minerals is from the plants and proper eating habits will ensure the correct amount and type of minerals are going in to your body each day. Our body is best off not receiving any inorganic minerals at all because of the long term build up in our veins, arteries, joints and stomach lining.

Let hard water be for your plants and they will love you for it and you will love them for the way they grow. Carbon filters do not remove much minerals out of the water and is a poor substitute for the ultimate water treatment - distillation.

Water is considered hard when it contains more inorganic minerals than other waters considered soft because of low inorganic mineral content. These hard waters are the most deadliest over long periods of time.

Inorganic minerals combine with cholesterol in the body to clog up our arteries just like our pipes in our house clog up with mineral deposits. The result is poor circulation and low absorption of vital and essential nutrients.

All nutrients that the human body requires to function properly must be wetted by water first to be absorbed. If the water quality is hard then their is little absorption of the nutrients in the body directly into the body cells to perform the necessary functions.

With the necessary functions not being carried out, our body's state of health starts to decline and disease and health disorders begin to form.

As the transport of bottled water takes place, the water containers are subjected to the weather conditions in that area.

Any heat supplied by the sun over a period of time or from being stored in a confined space in a container can cause a gas exchange between the water and the hazardous chemicals which make up our plastic bottles.

It can be generalised, the cheaper the container you are storing your water in, the lower the melting temperature of your plastic which means a lower temperature before a gas exchange will occur contaminating the water.

This is why sometimes bottled water may have a slight distaste to it from such a gas exchange. It is not known for certain what the long term effects of consuming water stored in plastic are.

Your TruHealth recommends when using a plastic container for storing your drinking water to never leave it in the direct sunlight or near any hot objects.

Bacterial and viral contamination in bottled water cannot be guaranteed but is a relatively low source of such contamination compared to other types of water such as dam, river, tap, tank, rain and filtered water.

Most old people are dehydrated and literally dry up due to insufficient water. Their hands and skin dries up looking parched, withered, dry and old. Skin is a very good indication of body hydration.

When your lips are cracked and dry your body might just be dehydrated from lack of drinking water or from drinking water which the body cannot absorb and utilise.

A constant supply of pure, clean water is what creates a healthy environment for the body to be able to live longer. Nearly all bodily processes require water to occur. Water is the environment which life exists within a human body.

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