Even though we know that Drinking water regularly is a must, and that we need to ensure that we drink water regularly to stay healthy, sometimes drinking water can actually kill us.
What is really frustrating is that the very chemical that most governments or water companies use to sterilise drinking water, Chlorine, is the what is causing heart problems in many individuals. Prior to the early 20th century, there is no record of clogged arteries, even though many cultures favoured high fat diets in past decades.
According to various studies, including one by a Dr J.M. Price in the early 1990’s who published a book called Cholesterol, Coronaries, and Chlorine, around 10-20 years after municipalities began chlorinate drinking water, there was a massive escalation in the incidences of heart disease.
Heart attacks have historically been put down to a high-fat diet, stress and various other causes, especially in men, and this has caused a large number of individuals to live on a strict regimen of medication and diminished physical capacity.
The fact that clogged arteries had nothing to do with age or diet was evidenced during the Korean and Vietnam Wars; young soldiers in their early 20s who were operated on for battle-wounds evidenced advanced atherosclerosis which was found to have been caused by drinking water that had been shipped from the US. This water contained 10 times the amount of chlorine than was determined safe by the Food and Drug Administration.
Studies have determined that chlorine by-products cause heart problems yet authorities continue to use chlorine in the drinking water. The only way to ensure that you are not drinking this toxic chemical in your drinking water is to invest in a water cooler which can filter out all toxins, including chlorine and fluoride.
Water coolers are hygienic, accessible, and provide tasty, toxin-free, chilled water virtually constantly. Contact Living-Water today for a free water needs-assessment and quote for a water cooler.
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