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Water, Safety Alert

Safety Alert Lifting Water Cooler Bottles February 10, 2000 Most every year someone at LLNL is injured lifting water bottles to refill water coolers. The injuries have ranged from…

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WATER – How do our bodies use water?

How do our bodies use water? Our bodies consist mainly of water — 50–80% of your total body weight is water. Women typically have lower average body water content…

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WATER – Sources of water

Sources of water If you’re not a big fan of plain (or even soda or mineral) water, the good news is you can meet your daily quota from a…

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WATER – Not enough or too much water

Not enough or too much water So what happens if you don’t drink enough water or you drink too much? Not enough A whole range of body processes works…

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WATER – Are you drinking enough water?

How much water should I drink? Your body continually loses water: in urine and faeces, through your skin and from the lungs (when you breathe out). This means you…

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Water: Essentialy Filtered Water

Filtered Wate: No filter is small enough to remove all bacteria or all viruses. They are large enough to catch most sediment, chlorine, detergents and pesticides. The filtered water…

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WATER -Giardia in the Water & Filters

Giardia Giardia now lives quite successfully around the globe. And if you are an avid traveler or backpacker or hiker, you stand a good chance of eventually getting it….

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JP High-ORAC Foods May Slow Aging

High-ORAC Foods May Slow Aging By Judy McBride February 8, 1999 WASHINGTON, Feb. 8—Foods that score high in an antioxidant analysis called ORAC may protect cells and their components…

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JP How important is your health to you and your family?

How important is your health to you and your family? And have you thought about what sick care might cost you if you don’t spend money on well care…

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JP Let’s Ditch ‘Added Sugar’ From Our Regular Diets

Whenever my kids down a can of soda, I wince. Maybe you should, too. My reaction comes from research I’ve been doing on weight gain in America — especially…

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JP Flu and SARS and Antioxidants

Subject: Flu and SARS and Antioxidants We are so fortunate we have Juice Plus+ for building our immune systems with abundant levels of phytonutrients and antioxidants!!! Killer Pneumonia Flu,…

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Water, Fluids & Hydration

My question is do we need 48 oz of water intake or is it 64 oz/day. Thanks. Current recommendations for water are 8, eight ounce glasses per day which…

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Water/ Ten Simple Healthy Eating Habits

Ten Simple Healthy Eating Habits to Prevent Weight Gain What to eat – No magic food causes weight loss ‘;return 1″onmouseout=”window.status=’‘“> weight loss and no food is…

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WATER / Of Puffiness and Performance

Of Puffiness and Performance By Susan Steeves WebMD Feature Archive Reviewed By Aman Shah, MD March 9, 2001 — Periods, pills, and pregnancy can all lead to that bloated…

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WATER / Dirty Tap Water May Cause Birth Defects

By Michael Smith, MD WebMD Medical News Reviewed By Gary Vogin, MD > Email to a friend > Printer-friendly version Jan. 8, 2002 — Two groups report that hundreds…

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WATER / Want a Healthy Heart? Drink Water

By Jennifer Warner WebMD Feature Reviewed By Michael Smith, MD > Email to a friend > Printer-friendly version May 13, 2002 — Still not drinking the recommended eight glasses…

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WATER / Refilling the Tank

How much water should I drink per day? By Elizabeth Somer, MA,RD WebMD Answers to Questions Archive How much water should I drink on an average day? At least…

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Water, Water, What’s the Deal?

Water, Water, What’s the Deal? Your article “Water, Water Everywhere” (April 16, 2001) tells us that the following commonly held beliefs about water are myths: We all need to…

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WATER Rethinking chlorinated tap water

Article by Dr. Zoltan P. Rona MD MSc Most people never give it a thought. After all, our elected public officials keep assuring us that chlorinated city tap water…

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WATER – Why You Should Be Drinking Distilled Water

Environmental Health Issues Water Why You Should Be Drinking Distilled Water 1. Chemicals: There are now more than 60,000 different chemicals on the market today, with approximately 1,000 more…

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WATER – The source of pollution

Environmental Health Issues Water The source of pollution Nitrates, Fertilisers and pesticides used in agriculture wash into our streams and ponds Chlorine (added at the water treatment works) kills…

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WATER – The Essential Nutrient

Environmental Health Issues Water The Essential Nutrient We can go without food for weeks but without water we die of dehydration in a few days. Over two-thirds of our…

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WATER – Is there a difference between a water purifier and a filter?

Is there a difference between a water purifier and a filter? There most certainly is! A basic filter may use Granular Activated Carbon which is effective in reducing odours…

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WATER – Fluids, Hydration & Water

My question is do we need 48 oz of water intake or is it 64 oz/day. Thanks. Current recommendations for water are 8, eight ounce glasses per day which…

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WATER – Water filtration systems

Environmental Health Issues Water Filtration Water filtration systems Water filters in both the UK and the USA are a big business a billion dollar a year industry, growing by…

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WATER – Cancer & Fluoridisation

Environmental Health Issues Water Cancer&Fluoridisation Fluoridation is a highly emotional and controversial issue in which it’s difficult to separate fact from fiction. The bottom line is: Is it effective?…

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WATER- CANCER AND CHLORINE

Environmental Health Issues Water Cancer&Chlorine Is the chlorine in our drinking water acting as catalyst triggering tumor development both in atherosclerosis and cancer? The addition of chlorine to our…

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WATER – ROYAL SPRINGS WATER COOLERS ARE AVAILABLE FOR RENTAL IN:

VIC. Melbourne, Geelong&Victoria Country. WA Perth SA Adelaide NSW Sydney, Sydney West, QLD. Gold Coast, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane South, North&West,Sunshine Coast, Townsville&Cairns. (All other locations by special arrangements) Read More

WATER – YOU ARE WHAT YOU DRINK

YOU ARE WHAT YOU DRINK! Two Liters of water every day, may well prolong your life and/or the quality there of it! “The Truth About Water” 1. 75% of…

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WATER – Q. & A. of R.O. (Reverse Osmosis)

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEMS FOR HOME WATER TREATMENT: Q. WHO SHOULD CONSIDER PURCHASING REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEMS? A. Anyone concerned about the quality of there drinking water-particularly…

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WATER – Water For Life

WATER FOR LIFE! Whether it comes from a bottle or a tap, water will help your kidneys, your teeth, your skin, your belly and your waistline. Q. HOW MUCH…

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WATER – Renting V. Purchase-

WHY WOULD YOU PURCHASE YOUR EQUIPMENT, WHEN FOR EVERYONE ELSE THE TREND TO FINANCE YOUR EQUIPMENT IS FOR RENTING? There are many ways you can enjoy the benefits of…

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COFFEE – Coffee THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT:

THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT: Short black, long black, café latte, and macchiato? Espresso: Also the name for short black. It is the usual 7 grams serve of…

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WATER – Why Pay for Water?

Water is Life: Q. Why do I have to pay for water when it rains for free? It is a question that people often ask. The journey to the…

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HEALTH AND NUTRITION

HEALTH AND NUTRITION Water’s important role in the body- Water helps nearly every part of the human body function. Considering that our bodies are 55-75% water, understanding water’s important…

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AUSTRALIAN DRINKING WATER GUIDELINES

Synopsis The 2004 Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG) have been developed by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) in collaboration with the Natural Resource Management Ministerial Council…

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Consumer’s Guide to Drinking Water

This Consumer’s Guide to Drinking Water outlines all aspects of drinking water – from the catchment to the tap. It provides an overview of water in Australia and around…

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SOME FACTS ABOUT WATER

More than 70 per cent of the Earth’s surface is covered by water. The oceans and seas contain 97 per cent of all the water on the planet. Less…

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WATER AND HUMAN HEALTH

Introduction The importance of good drinking water in maintaining human health was recognised early in human history, with water storage and treatment mentioned in historical records dating back to…

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WATER IN THE FUTURE

Addressing tomorrow’s problems Just as issues around water have moulded much of Australia’s past, they will also influence the future. Several issues threaten to impact strongly on water resources…

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Why is Australia’s rainfall so variable?

Why is Australia’s rainfall so variable? Since the use of weather satellites began in the 1960s, great advances have been made in understanding the world’s weather patterns. This has…

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World Water Day 2001

World Water Day 2001 Water – Immediate Solutions For Persistent Problems More than one billion people drink unsafe water and 2.4 billion, 40 per cent of the human race…

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GLOSSARY OF WATER-RELATED TERMS

absorption: The physical uptake of water and any material dissolved in it. acidic: Describing the chemical characteristic of acid. Technically, a pH value below seven. activated carbon: Particles or…

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WATER REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES AND STANDARDS IN AUSTRALIA

While Australia has national drinking water guidelines prepared by a joint committee of the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and the Agriculture and Resource Management Council of…

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WATER AND PUBLIC POLICY IN AUSTRALIA

Overview It was intended by those drafting the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia at the close of the 19th century that natural resource policy, including that relating to…

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Drinking too much water can kill you!

A new study published in the Institute of Food Technologists magazine suggests that when exercising for long durations, drinking too much water and neglecting important nutrients can lead toward…

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You know that drinking water is good for you,

You know that drinking water is good for you, but did you know that every system in your body depends on water? Here are 10 reasons why drinking water…

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“It is chronic dehydration that causes the pains and degenerative diseases of the human body.”

“It is chronic dehydration that causes the pains and degenerative diseases of the human body.” It is clinically and scientifically clear that the human body has many distinct ways…

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Heartburn

Heartburn is a signal of water shortage in the upper part of the gastrointestinal tract. It is a major thirst signal of the human body. The use of antacids…

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Arthritis

Rheumatoid joint pain – arthritis – is a signal of water shortage in the painful joint. It can affect the young as well as the old. The use of…

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Migraines

“I also noticed that my girlfriend started drinking it as religiously as I have and she hasn’t had any headaches and she used to have them all the time….

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Pain

Scientific Information on Dehydration Pain Signifies Thirst For Water F. Batmanghelidj, M.D. There has been a groundbreaking medical breakthrough that you need to be aware of. It has already…

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Drinking water

How much water should we drink? Making water more attractive to children Tap water Rain water Spring water References Our bodies are made up of 50% to 60% water,…

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DEHYDRATION: A DANGER IN SUMMER

Most of the human body is made of water, so when the temperature rises and the body tries to cool itself by sweating, dehydration can be a real concern,…

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Safe public water is one of the triumphs of the last century

The U.S. and Canada, as well as most other industrialized nations, have a right to be proud of their drinking water. Safe public water is one of the triumphs…

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water cooler

A water cooler is a device that cools and dispenses water. The most common form of the water cooler is wall mounted and connected to the building water supply…

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The History of Water Filters – Introduction

The History of Water Filters – Introduction The history of water filters is indelibly tied to the history of water, itself. As human industry has grown and water has…

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How did our water get so dirty?

In 1972, the United States legislature passed the Clean Water Act due to a crisis in the nation’s water purity. The purpose of the act was to restore the…

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Early Water Treatment

The earliest recorded attempts to find or generate pure water date back to 2000 b.c.e.. Early Sanskrit writings outlined methods for purifying water. These methods ranged from boiling or…

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Water Treatment in the Middle Ages

The ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome designed amazing aqueducts to route water pathways and provide the first municipal water systems. On the American continent, archeological evidence suggests that…

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A Great Discovery in Water Filtration History

The Renaissance period, beginning in the late fourteenth century, ended the scientific and intellectual stagnation of the Dark Ages and sparked a new period of discovery. In this period,…

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The Use of the Microscope in Water Filter History

Anton van Leeuwenhoek used his discovery of the microscope to see and describe the teeming life in a single drop of water. Robert Hooke, considered the English father of…

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The Advent of Municipal Water Treatment

Long before Snow linked cholera deaths to poor water quality, people were beginning to suggest that pure water be provided to every household through some sort of citywide water…

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The Effect of the Scottish Enlightenment on Water Filter Technology

It is no coincidence that the first municipal water treatment plant was designed and installed in Scotland. Many of the greatest philosophers and scientists of the eighteenth century hailed…

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The Use of Chlorine to Purify Water

As municipal water treatment facilities sought to increase the quality and healthfulness of public water supplies, more and more cities began to implement chlorine into their water treatment process….

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The Clean Water Act of 1972 (USA)

As the 20th century progressed, more and more metropolitan areas in the world found it necessary to install water treatment plants in order to provide clean, healthy water to…

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The Future of Water Filtration

The current major concerns in regard to water quality are lead and disinfection byproducts (Binnie et al, 2002). Lead is a key operational and treatment concern for municipal water…

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References

Baker, M.N. and Taras, Michael J. (1981). The quest for pure water: The history of the twentieth century, volume 1 and 2. Denver: AWWA. Binnie, Chris, Kimber, Martin,&Smethurst, George….

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Water, common name applied to the liquid state

Water, common name applied to the liquid state of the hydrogen-oxygen compound H2O. The ancient philosophers regarded water as a basic element typifying all liquid substances. Scientists did not…

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The Truth About Our Environment and Water—

The Truth About Our Environment and Water

What really happened to our tap water and underground water? Clean water is one of the most important needs of our bodies. It…

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WATER PURIFICATION vs BASIC FILTRATION

With the growth of industry comes pollution. With pollution comes contaminated water. Can the old basic filtration methods still create the best drinking water? Or, do we need more…

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DIFFERENT WATER FILTRATION METHODS EXPLAINED

Distillation Distillation is probably the oldest method of water purification. Water is first heated to boiling. The water vapor rises to a condenser where cooling water lowers the temperature…

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One Third of Bottled Water Contain Contaminants (USA)

Environmentalists and EBMUD push for more disclosure Sacramento - Saying consumers should know what they’re drinking, environmentalists and the East Bay Municipal Utility District want bottled water to follow…

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Did you know? and this is verry interesting

http://www.glumbert.com/media/shift Did you know, is a short presentation of some of the most astonishing facts- If you have children, then you must take the time to listen and familiarize…

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Bottled water, filtered water or straight from the tap?

Bottled water, filtered water or straight from the tap? The test was made with Sydney water- Tap water that had been drawn through a charcoal filter. Came out a…

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Water – make it safe to drink

Water – make it safe to drink If you enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, camping or four-wheel driving, you should take drinking water with you. If you run…

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Clean Energy Basics

WHAT IS RENEWABLE ENERGY?

The United States currently relies heavily on coal, oil, and natural gas for its energy. Fossil fuels are nonrenewable, that is, they draw on finite resources…

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Trying to change the lives of a billion people?

1 billion people without clean water, 2 million deaths each year, but did you know that the bigger problem is actually that people spend an average of 5 hours…

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The world’s fastest-growing beverage is a boon to the industry but a bust for the environment

The worlds fastest-growing beverage is a boon to the industry but a bust for the environment and for the more than 1 billion people worldwide who lack access to…

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The Bottled Water Madness

By LARRY LACK

T he bottled water industry is a prime example of why P.T. Barnum, not Adam Smith, should be anointed as capitalisms patron saint. Aside from its usefulness…

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Coca-Cola Recalls Bottled WaterMarch 16

Coca-Cola Recalls Bottled Water March 16

LONDON (Reuters) – The Coca-Cola Co said on Friday it had recalled its entire Dasani range of bottled water from the British market after…

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CLINICAL STUDIES OF ALKALINE WATER

CLINICAL STUDIES OF ALKALINE WATER bq. p. Ionized water is known by various names: Reduced water

Electrolyzed water
Alkaline /Acid water
Microwater

There have been many studies by Doctors in Japanese Hospitals

on the…

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Ray Kurzweil Scientist v

p. Ray Kurzweil was inducted in 2002 into the National Inventors Hall of Fame, established by the U.S. Patent Office.
He received the $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize, the nation’s largest award…

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Aging and Degenerative Diseases

Aging and Degenerative Diseases h2. by Sang Whang

“Aging, as I define it, is the accumulation of acidic wastes within our body. Our body must maintain slightly alkaline pH level…

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Chronic Progressive MS (Multiple Sclerosis)

Two years ago I was

diagnosed with Chronic Progressive MS

(Multiple Sclerosis)

The Neurologist I saw said there was no known cure, offered me a few words of advice, like don’t stress…

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PH Test for Health

|h1. pH Test for Health

For a Full report on pH and pH testing Please Also Click Here p. This will give an indication of your current health state.
Screen…

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Common Issues with Poor Quality Water

Common Issues

with Poor Quality Water

Usually you cannot see, smell, or taste contaminants, but if they are in your water, the potential danger to your health is staggering. Learn more…

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The Science of Live Water

p. I f you descended to Earth today as an alien, your natural conclusion would be that Earth is predominantly a water-based planet. Furthermore, unlike common perceptions, you would…

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What is Alkaline, Ionized Water? And what is pH?

What is Alkaline, Ionized Water? bq. h2. And what is pH? “ (For an even more

detailed explanation,
Click here)”:http://www.ionizers.org/water.html p.

EVER SEEN A GLACIAL STREAM…

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Why Drink Alkaline Ionized Water?

The Basics

by Dr. Hayashi

Water, The chemistry of life. p. Whenever we attempt to determine whether there is life as we know it on…

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Acidosis, Causes and Natural Treatment

|bq. Acid / Alkaline Balance p. Over acidity, which can become a dangerous condition that weakens all body systems, is very common today. It gives rise to an internal…

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The Need for Good Water, or Water the simplest Solution

  • It is estimated that at least 75% of Americans are dehydrated to such a degree that it affects their health in a negative way. In many this need from…
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FAQ = Water Ionizers on the Market

Frequently Asked Questions:
Water Ionizers on the Market

In the last year Jupiter Science in the USA has experienced a 500 percent increase in sales. The increase in public awareness about…

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IONIZED WATER FILTERS

WITH OTHER METHODS OF WATER TREATMENT p.

It is difficult to directly compare Ionizing Water Filters with other forms of water filtration because an ionizer is so much more than…

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Anti-aging and Alkaline Diet

by Sang Whang p.

Mr. Sang Whang is a successful inventor, scientist, and engineer. He explains the health and antiaging processes in layman terms in his book, Reverse Aging ….

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ACIDOSIS is the basic foundation of all disease

ACIDOSIS is the basic foundation of all disease. We need to understand the simple process of alkalizing our body and the important role a properly alkalized body plays in…

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Tips and advise on your water cooler

c    Cause   Repair

1. Compressor runs but

water is too cold.

a) cold control defective

b) cold control sensor incorrectly positioned

c) high refrigerant charge

d) cold control set too cold

e) not enough clearance…

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Bottled water’s now big business. In Australia we down 150 million litres

Bottled waters now big business. In Australia we down 150 million litres a year at a cost of $123 million. All of which seems odd when most people can…

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Do you drink water from water coolers?

What is water cooler?

Water coolerequipment for dispensing bottled water from the large-volume returnable plastic bins (canister). Water can be cooled, warmed or draught in room…

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