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Drink More GOOD WATER Now! Eight 8oz. glasses each day!*
EXPERIENCING ANY OF THESE?
- lack of energy
- Poor memory
- weight problems
- toxin concerns
- blood sugar or diabetes concerns
- muscle or joint aches
- heart, kidney, prostate, urinary, intestinal, or colon problems
- body toxins
- malnutrition despite eating properly
DRINKING PURER WATER AND SHOWERING CHEMICAL FREE MIGHT HELP!
Ask your personal Health Professional "if purer water is right for you!"
Source: Mayo Clinic, National Acedemy of Sciences, Lorna Linda, USDA, National Institutes of Health, Food and Nutrition Board and governmental, national and medical experts including Dr. Atkins and Dr. Bach.
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There are many ways of preventing water pollution. The most common is preventing soil erosion from agricultural areas. Soil erosion always leads to presence of excess nutrients in water which causes algae boom. The following measures should be observed; Stop … Continue reading
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There are many ways of preventing water pollution. The most common is preventing soil erosion from agricultural areas. Soil erosion always leads to presence of excess nutrients in water, which causes algae boom. The following measures should be observed; Stop … Continue reading