Is The Water Your Drinking Black or White?

Have you seen all the reports lately about what contaminants are in our water fluorides, hormones, pharmaceuticals, lead and pesticides.   

Here are a couple of articles you need to check out!

http://www.uhl.uiowa.edu/publications/archive/annualreport/1999/water.xml
http://newsok.com/article/3214663

And if these don’t convince you to start drinking bottles water or to install a water treatment system in your home or work place than just type in the phrase “what’s in my water” and read hundreds of articles.

My family decided a few years ago to install a culligan water treatment system and my employer has made available for the employees water from clean drinking water to help promote a healthier work environment.

If you are a concerned parent or individual and want to live a healthier life consider just what type of water you are putting in your body. Is it black or White?

 

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2 Responses to “Is The Water Your Drinking Black or White?”

  1. […] about what contaminants are in our water fluorides, hormones, pharmaceuticals, lead and pesticides.https://blackandwhyte.wordpress.com/2008/05/06/is-the-water-your-drinking-black-or-white/Misperceptions Cloud Whites&39 View of Blacks&quotBlacks and whites are pretty much equal in terms […]

  2. […] about what contaminants are in our water fluorides, hormones, pharmaceuticals, lead and pesticides.https://blackandwhyte.wordpress.com/2008/05/06/is-the-water-your-drinking-black-or-white/ADA.org: A-Z Topics: Fluoride &amp FluoridationFluoride and Fluoridation as it relates to the […]

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