September 4, 2016
In this segment I’ll address distilled water, and review the pro’s and con’s of reverse osmosis water filtration.
It’s an interesting fact that the number one calories source in the comes from high fructose corn syrup primarily in the sort of soda, as you may know by now. Anyway, americans drink an average of one soda gallon any week, and this excessive fructose consumption is a driving force behind obesity and chronic degenerative disease in this country. Oftentimes the problem of water filtration and purification couldn’t be more important, since most water sources are now severely polluted.
Distillation also shall not effectively remove fluoride, another dangerous element added to most water supplies. I’m not convinced it will remove all volatile compounds… The real solution is to convince the US to stop water fluoridation altogether, a campaign I’m currently waging together with the Fluoride Action Network. Notice that the rest will get transferred, distillation can remove an estimated 5560″ percent of fluoride. Just keep reading! You should be doing a major service for your uninformed and deceived neighbors, so it’s clearly top solution and it will also produce an improvement in the public health of your community. However, currently, one commercially viable way to get non detectable levels of fluoride that I know of is using an activated aluminum filtration system. Know what, I would strongly encourage you to sign up for their site as we are shortly preparing to launch a social networking strategy that will allow you to network with those in your local community you can initiate the process to have fluoride removed from your water supply, if this is a topic that interests you.
It’s the system I’ve used in my own home, primarily to reduce the salt content of my water as I had initially installed a water softener.
Reverse osmosis, like distillation, creates fairly acidic water, and it also strips the water of minerals. It’s expensive, and it wastes water. Then, still, R/O has certain benefits, and lots of us are aware that there are ways to circumvent some amount of its drawbacks. Additionally, some contend that R/O destabilized the structure of the water, and the system has other drawbacks as well. Lately I’ve begun to rethink my stance on reverse osmosis. Determined by the system it can use anywhere between two to 10 water gallons to produce one gallon of drinking water, as indicated by Houston. That said, another concern is that hundreds of the systems have a holding tank that must be cleaned out regularly to prevent growth of bacteria.
On the plus side, R/O is excellent for removing all sorts of contaminants, including herbicides, pesticides, lead, fluoride, disinfection byproducts and even all but the smallest viruses or protozoan cysts. Create a vortex in the container using a large mixing spoon, before placing it in the fridge. It is there’re vortex machines that you can purchase for, the pitcher