Improve your skin and make it glow.
How to keep you skin in good health.
The Mayo Clinic recommends drinking six to eight eight ounce glasses, 64 ounces a day. Drinking
plenty of water will flush out impurities that cause havoc with your skin. If you are working out you need
more to replenish the water you use. Once you get in the habit you don't realize you are drinking that much
as you become used to having a glass of water at your side
Water combats skin problems such as acne.
It will make a significant difference as you flush out the bacteria that build up in your body.
Of course, a healthy diet with limited sugar is essential for the treatment of acne. Water
can prevent and cure many of our health problems promoting good health, it flushes out
toxins that can harm your skin-but you must be careful not to drink pure water with contaminants.
Drinking water (hydrotherapy) will help your skin glow.
Water replenishes your skin tissues and also increases you skin's elasticity as it hydrates your
skin making you skin youthful looking. Lack of water can lead to dehydration and drain
you of energy.
Water is nature's milk Eighty percent of our body is water and is involved in all our body functions. Water
has been used as therapy for ages.
What kind of water should you drink.
Tap water has many contaminants includin bacteria, pesticides, chlorine.
Vitamin water is not healthy because it contains an overabundance of sugar that can damage your skin.
The best water is natural spring water right from the spring.
Water is full of minerals so you don't want to drink demineralized water
sold as "purified" water.
Glacier water without contaminants is the best water but when they they are packaged in plastics they
are harmful to the environment and leech elements such as BPH that are know to be carcinogenic. Also,
the bottling process decreases the oxygen level in the water which can deplete your system of its needed oxygen.
Carbon block filtration is the best available.
Consumer Reports has recommended Multipure's most popular unit the Aquaversa MP750SB.
Multipure reduces more contaminants than all of the 6,000 other filtration systems on the market
an is NSF certified for reducing 64 contaminants more than any other brand.
Water is the one beverage that helps, not hinders, your weight-loss efforts. Studies show that people who drink water before meals
eat fewer calories and have an easier time taking off excess pounds. That's because water fills your stomach. And when your stomach
is full, you don't eat as much. When used appropriately, wet calories can help, not hinder, your body-shaping efforts.
From a strictly caloric standpoint, plain filtered water is the best thing you can drink. beverages that contain fat and sugar are the worst.
Water is the one extra nutrient you need to take advantage of every day.It is the absolute essential beverage when you are trying to build
lean muscle and burn fat. It's refreshing, filling, and calorie-free. When you don't get enough water you feel sluggish and tired . When
dehydrated you feel sluggish. The body needs 8 glasses of water a day, not contaminated water filtered water that is chlorine free It is
importand not to drink water directly from the tap, as most city water has many added components, like fluoride and chlorine. The water
to your body temperature. You may go on a beneficial water fasting diet. If you are truly serious about fasting for weight loss and health, then the water diet is imperative.
Drinking Water In The Twentieth Century Part 1
Drinking Water protection and regulation in the 20th century is strongly reflected in the United States. The following are the events
of events and legislation that have affected drinking water in this country The First Half of the Twentieth Century
In the United States in the 19th century, as in Europe there were numerous outbreaks of diarrheal disease due in part to
contaminated water. In New Orleans there was a large cholera epidemic in 1933. In Chicago and Philadelhphia, typhoid was endemic.
Diarrheal diseases were the 3rd leading cause of death at the turn of the 20th century.
In Lawrence, Massachusetts, the first U.S water filtration system was established in 1887. Sand was the filtering medium. The incidence
of typhoid fever dropped precipituously. By 1907 thirty three cities in the U.S. had installed mechanical filters and thirteen others were
using sand filters. In 1899 congress enacted the River and Harbors Act, prohibiting the discharge of refuse into navigable waters.
Several years after the introduction of filtration, another method of water purification was introducedSoon chlorination
became an additional and commonly used method of water purification. In the United States today, chlorine is used in 75% of the larger
unicipal systems and 95 % of the smaller systems. In the United States today, chlorine is used in 75% of the larger municipal systems
and 95 % of the smaller systems.
In 1948 the Federal Pollution Control Act was passed into Law. It enabled the government to implement the prohibition of pollutants
discharged into navigable waterways The act regulated producers of pollution, such as factories and sewage treatment plants and
required them to pre-treat their effluents to minimize water pollution at its source.
As a result of these measures, as well as the establishment by the government of bacteriologic standards for water quality the
common infectious causes of water-borne illness became well controlled. Major outbreaks of typhoid, cholera, and other diarrheal
diseases became rare occurances or were quickly contained. It could be stated that by the middle of the twentieth century the U.S.
public was enjoying a high quality of drinking water as never before.
Drinking Water In The Twentieth Century Part 2
The second half of the twentieth century had two new developments with regard to drinking water. The first was the use of drinking
water as a means to promote public health. This was done through the introduction of fluorideinto public drinking water supplies
The other major development was the realization that drinking water sources were being contaminated by chemicals and that
his contamination was injurious to health. The industrialization of the United States following World War 11 had led to a marked
increase in the use of synthetic pollutants in water sources rose. The threat posed by these chemicals was first noticed in the
ish and mammals that lived in or near these water sources. Finding dead fish with disfiguring tumors in inland waters had
a profound effect on the public consciousness and the legislative bodies.
The growing scientific awareness of the adverse effects of toxic substances, the fear of cancer, the enhanced ability to measure
chemical levels through improved technologies, and the rise of the environmental movement made it clear that the regulations of
the 1940's were no longer adequate to protect the drinking watt supply in the United States.
In response to these challenges, Congress enacted the Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974. It was set up through the oversight
through the EPA. Several classes of chemicals and contaminants were to be regulated.
These include bacteria, viruses, and parasites. They usually originate at drinking water sources. A retain level of purity is
required to prevent epidemic outbreaks of disease. Microbiological contaminants include Metals and inorganic chemicals.
Some of these enter
drinking water via the pipes. These chemicals can effect the nervous system. Microbiological contaminants also include
volatile organic chemicals (VOC). These are from solvents, insecticides, industrial wastes and underground storage tanks.
include benzine, carbon tetrachloride and heptachlor. They have been associated with cancer and impaired fertility. Organic
microbiological organic compounds are a large class of carbon-containing chemicals such as germicides and pesticides that
are applied to soil near water sources and contaminants that result from organic compounds that combine with chlorine
and by-products of chlorine disinfection. These substances have teen associated with impaired fertility and cancer.
Radionuclilides include naturally occurring isotopes of uranium, radon also associated with cancer.
The EPA derived the maximal allowable levels based on immediate adverse outcomes. For example, if water was polluted
with bacteria, diarrhea developed. Longer-term outcomes such as cancer and guidelines were established with cancer prevention in mind.
The problem with this approach is twofold. First it is very expensive and secondly the emergence of newer illnesses and medical
concerns has made older standards less relevant. In the next article we will discuss the problems as diverse as human infertility,
heart disease and deteriorating memory that may be related to the contaminant content of drinking water. These effects are subtle
nd take longer to come to the fore than does the development of cancer. What is clear is that the regulation of water purity is an ongoing process.
With water, everything comes full circle: The quality of you water is determined by the level of pollutants that feed into the water supply.
can really depend on where you live. Bottled water is ABSOLUTELY NOT the solution. Not only
are all the plastic bottles bad for the planet , but bottled water may be held to a lower standard than tap water and some brands
Filtering water at home is a far better, safer, and cheaper alternative to bottled water.
The availability of fresh water is becoming more and more critical, and there are lots of easy ways to cut down on your water use.
Do you know where your water's been? Do you know what's in your water? You probably shouldn't take your tap water for granted. Most
cities get their drinking water from nearby rivers. Small towns and individual rural homes rely on well water. In both cases, chances are
hat water is well traveled. that's true even of well water, because wells tap into aqauifers-water-saturated soil and rock that may well
pan several states. And wherever water travels, whether underground or on the surface, it picks up contaminants along the way.
What kind? Industrial chemicals, municipal sewage, agricultural pesticides and herbicides, detergents and disinfectants, pharmaceuticals,
and personal are products, among others.
If you're on a public water system, the dinds of things that can make you sick right away-bacteria, viruses, parasites, and the like- are
When Should You Drink Water?
People still cling to old wives' tales that would have you believe that it is best not to drink at mealtimes to avoid food's trapping
water. Not only does this idea have no physiological basis, in many cases, it makes things worse. Not drinking while you eat,
at a time when you naturally get thirsty and when drinking is so easy and enjoyable, may result in your suppressing your thirst.
Then, when your are busy later on with your daily activities, our may forget to drink water for the rest of the day. If possible,
Water is naturally filling, as you know. Water drunk during a meal and mixed with food increases the total volume of the food
mass and stretches the stomach, creating the feeling of a full stimach, the first sign of satisfaction and satiety. This is another
reason for drinking pure water at mealtimes.A big glass of water will often be enough to calm your hunger pangs. It is important
to filtered water as it is good for your kidneys to have pure water without any contaminants.
Drink More Water- Is Bottled Water Better?
*Take water breaks instead of coffee breaks.
*Drink water before meals and snacks.
*Keep a bottle of water on you your on your desk to sip from throughout the work day.*Drink water before, during, and after any physical activity.
*Alternate waterwith alcoholic
drinks at parties and social gatherings.
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Drinking Plenty of Water Every Day.
The critical role of water in maintaining personal health has made the safety of public drinking water a national issue. Disease from
untreated water is virtually nonexistent in the United States, but natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes, or accidental
contamiation of wells, or municipal water supplies can be devastating. Beginning in 1999, all local water utilities were required to
send citizens a report on the safety of the local tap water.
At a minimum your report should tell you where your water comes from, levels of pollutants, and if these levels violate
Environmental Protection Agency EPA regulations. Most important, the report should include a plan to correct any problems.
Some water quality reports are incomplete or indecipherable.
If you don't understand your report, get help.water hotline is 1-800 426 4791
Occupy Wall Street and Hydro-fracking
Hydrofracking uses a lot of chemicals and sand to create explosions that open up the shale which releases the gas that come up out of the cement casing. The problem is that the chemicals come up with the gas. There are 5-7 million gallons of water used per well and there are thousands of wells. the water is being depleted and some believe this is causing drought conditions as evidenced in Texas. It might be because they have taken so much water out of the aquafilter.
Carbon Block Filters
Multipure Solid Carbon Block: the most effective filter. Removes many harmful pololutants In the early 1970s, the solid carbon
block filter technology was developed to remove contaminants forhealth reasons and for aesthetically improving water quality.
Activated carbon that is made from coconut husks is the raw material used in solid carbon block filter.
Multipure developed the technology to produce filters which provide very effective chemical adsorption and mechanical filtration.
The carbon from the coconut husks are formed into a carbon block, which is densely compacted. Our carbon block filters remove over 99% of microcopic organisms including lead and mercury as well as organic compounds - disinfection by-products (DBPs), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), PCBs, MTBE, etc.
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