Pesticide Chemical in Tap Water linked to Food Allergies

Can anybody say, yuck! The same chemical that’s found in pesticides and weed killers, is the same chemical agent used to kill bacteria in your municipal drinking water. Healthy? On the contrary.

A report just in from the journal, Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology: A chemical known to be widely used in tap water chlorination and as pesticides for produce has been discovered to be associated with increased… Continue reading

Alkaline Water: A Trick or Treat?

It’s that time of the year again, Halloween. Everywhere in neighborhoods scary decorations of goblins, jack-o-lanterns, Harry Potters, and more are being setup. It’s a frightening sight. Children dressed up like zombies and ghosts knock on your door asking for a treat. You’d better give them the candy they ask for, or you’ll get a trick. Creatures from the underworld sure don’t bring blessing, they bring coercion, extortion and fear… Continue reading

God Intended Water To Be Alkaline – “Alkaline Water”

Alkaline Water plays a big role in your body. It’s super hydrating, free radicals fighting anti-oxidant water. Could the water in the Bible be alkaline water? In many episodes water starred as a miraculous substance in peoples lives. Take Naaman for instance, who suffered from severe leprosy in his skin. He petitioned the Prophet Elisha who advised him to go wash seven times in the river Jordan. Naaman was miraculously… Continue reading

Should You Trust the Bottled Water Name Brands?

The bottled water makers think so. Their ads present the image of pure and clean drinking water, guaranteed to quench your thirst. Consumers pay well over 1,900 times more for bottled water than tap water. While the bottled water maker’s thirst for cash is satisfied, they however, leave the water consumer dehydrated.

Do you know what’s in your favorite brand of bottled water?

Bottled water companies were asked three questions… Continue reading

US Cities Drinking Water Contains Cancer-causing Chemical

Cancer-causing chemical found in 89 percent of US cities drinking tap water. Laboratory tests commissioned by Environmental Working Group (EWG) have detected hexavalent chromium, the carcinogenic “Erin Brockovich chemical,” in tap water from 31 of 35 American cities. The highest levels were in Norman, Okla.; Honolulu, Hawaii; and Riverside, Calif. In all, water samples from 25 cities contained the toxic metal at concentrations above the safe maximum recently proposed by… Continue reading