Can you drink tap water?
In today's water review we are going to find out Can you drink tap water?
Ultimately, yes, everyone can drink tap water but I highly do not recommend it for several reasons.
The first one is that tap water is extremely oxidating. Oxidation is essentially rusting and can happen to all living organisms.
You know how banana changes colour from bright green to yellow, brown and then black? That’s oxidation in the real-time and it is happening to our bodies as well.
We are made in alkaline enviroment and then we start to get oxidizing based on the things that we're consuming.
But to test if the tap water is really oxidizing, we’re going to use an ORP meter which stands for oxidation-reduction potential.
Oxidative reduction potential basically shows the water’s ability or inability to reduce oxidation. Any number that is positive means that the water is creating oxidation in your body, which means is leading to aging, sickness, and diseases.
The negative number shows the water’s potential to reduce oxidation, thus stop aging, protect you from sickness, and help your organism fight diseases.
So we got a pretty high positive number which just confirms that we should not be drinking tap water.
Chemical precedence in water
There are hundreds of chemicals in your tap water and it's treated with chlorine.
“I would never drink tap water unless it was an emergency. The story about municipal water systems and the poisons that inhabit them would require an entire book to explain and document… The cancer risk among those drinking chlorinated water is 93% higher than those who do not”.
He lost both his parents to chemotherapy and radiation.
I highly recommend getting this book because it talks about different ways that you can beat cancer and prevent yourself from getting it.
So is it the end of the world?
No. And the reason why is because you should be drinking your tap water!
I recommend you drink your tap water over bottled water, which is also containing carcinogens elements.
But in order to do that, I do recommend two things:
First, you want to visit the EWG Tap Water Database.
When you do that you will see a place for you to type in your zip code so you can see how good or bad the tap water you are drinking is. EWG’s Tap Water Database collects data from nearly 50,000 local utilities in 50 states.
Make sure that your tap water doesn't contain contaminants linking to diseases and protect yourself and your family.
Second is you're going to want my resource. I have a report that talks about the five properties every healthy water has. We can take your tap water, filter it, and get rid of a lot of the chemicals and bad influences.
But unfortunately, that still doesn't make your water healthy, just less harmful.
There's one extra thing that we can do to make our tap water the best thing ever to consume. If you want to find out more about the water that actually improves your health and life quality, contact me, and do the best for your well-being!