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An Eco-Friendly Way to Address the Effects of Hard Water

Posted by Tom DiGiuseppe, Ph.D.

Is your water supply leaving a white residue in your sinks and bathtubs? Do you see calcification around your tub faucet? Is your shower head clogging due to the presence of a white powder? Do you feel that your soaps and detergents are just not doing their job? Are your clothes that come out of your washing machine still looking dirty and feeling stiff? If so, the effects you are seeing are most likely the result of having “hard” water.

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Tags: Drink Pure Water

Are Your Nutrient Dense Foods Being Contaminated?

Posted by Tom DiGiuseppe, Ph.D.

With Spring fast approaching and warm days just around the corner, our thoughts quickly turn to images of vegetable gardens showing the first signs of life, pasture land filling with vegetation for summer grazing and clean, pure life giving water flowing from our rivers, springs, lakes and ponds. Not only is water necessary for the growth and sustainability of our gardens, farms and pastures, properly hydrating our bodies with pure water is key to achieving optimum health and wellness. Thanks to the work of Weston A. Price, we can understand the importance of eating nutrient dense whole foods, however, preparing our meals in the most healthful way requires a source of pure water much as our ancestors used from natures springs and rivers.

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Tags: Fuel Your Body, Drink Pure Water

How Do You Picture Pure Water?

Posted by Tom DiGiuseppe, Ph.D.

Mountain Spring Water. Reading those words and immediately we think of clean, healthy, vibrant and life-giving pure water. Crystal clear water flowing from the highest mountain peaks filling our streams, rivers and lakes with healthy water, full of key nutrients and perfectly pH balanced to hydrate our bodies. Natural spring water, the way nature intended. If only all of us could find a local source of clean, natural spring water for our daily water needs.

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Tags: Connect With Nature, Drink Pure Water

3 Steps to Creating Clean, Safe Water for Your Family

Posted by Tom DiGiuseppe, Ph.D.

What's the first thought that comes to mind when you think of water? For many it evokes a sense of wellness, revitalization and purity.  Having a source of clean, safe, contaminant free water is so important considering just how many ways we use water on a daily basis.  We bathe and shower in it, brush our teeth in it, infuse our stocks and other recipes with it, and rinse our colorful, fresh fruits and vegetables under it.  Not to mention, Americans drink 1 billion glasses of water from their taps alone each day.

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Tags: Avoid Toxins, Drink Pure Water

Facts about Chlorine and Disinfection Byproducts in Our Water

Posted by Tom DiGiuseppe, Ph.D.

To protect our drinking water from disease-causing organisms, or pathogens, municipal water suppliers add a disinfectant to our water supply.  Chlorine is the most widely used chemical for water disinfection and has significantly reduced the incidences of waterborne diseases in the United States and many other countries worldwide by killing most microorganisms and providing our families with much safer drinking water.  However, new questions have arisen about the health effects from bathing, showering and swimming in chlorinated water and, most importantly, drinking chlorinated water.  

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Tags: Avoid Toxins, Drink Pure Water

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