Tag: drinking water
Is your water safe? It’s very difficult to filter out pesticides. Read this and be informed.
Cherie Roe Dirksen shares 5 guidelines to tuning into your body and listening to its needs. Find out if these tips work for you
Do you drink warm water? After you read this, you just might!
A new study has examined the dietary habits of more than 18,300 US adults, and found the majority of people who increased their consumption of plain water by 1 percent reduced their total daily calorie intake as well as their consumption of saturated fat, sugar, sodium and cholesterol.
The researchers identified 1,021 chemicals used in the process of hydraulic fracturing. The significant amount of wastewater created, as well as the contamination of underground water reserves, can lead to disastrous consequences. There is absolutely no way to prevent any of these chemicals from reaching the places where our drinking water comes from
Are you still drinking tap water? If you are, you could be slowly poisoning yourself. Read the facts and start filtering!
Water is a bountiful gift of nature. We see it all around us in the falling rain, lakes, rivers, the ocean, early morning dew, waterfalls, taps, swimming pools, showers and even plastic bottles. Until the recent industrial era we drank water freely from streams and rivers, not giving a second thought to whether it was safe – it just was. So where did things go so wrong? With our bodies composed of somewhere upwards of 60% water, it is an important element for human life; a basic human right. When did water become a controlled commodity?
Household drinking water that comes from wells near known fracking sites contains levels of methane six times greater than what’s common elsewhere, a new study has found.
Apparently scientists have discovered that in places where concentrations of lithium in drinking water were high, the suicide rate was lower.