What You Should Know About Tap Water

INFORMATION YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR TAP WATER

  • Lead particles can leach into the water mainly from antiquated water mains and pipes.
  • Our mains water contains Hydrofluosilic acid which is a toxic corrosive acid better known as fluoride.
  • Chlorine is put in drinking water to kill bacteria. Unfortunately it kills the friendly bacteria we need in our digestive systems causing havoc to our health.
  • U.S. studies over the last 20 years have linked chlorine to colon, rectal, bladder, and prostate cancer.
  • Mains and Well water may contain Trihalomethanes (THMs). It is a lethal gas that forms when chlorine and other matter e.g. leaves and debris mix together. It is a known carcinogen (cause cancer).
  • Many contaminants leach into our mains and well water.

THE ROLE ORDINARY WATER PLAYS IN OUR BODIES:

  • Aids digestion
  • Regulates body temperature
  • Lubricates and cushions joints
  • Protects your spinal cord and other sensitive tissues
  • Sends electrical messages between cells
  • Eliminates wastes from the body through:

< Urination

< Perspiration

< Sweating

< Bowel movements

CHANSON ALKALINE WATER HYDRATES – HYDRATES – HYDRATES

IT PROVIDES SUPER HYDRATION AND NUTRITION DELIVERY AT CELLULAR LEVEL 

HOW ?

It penetrates the cells better than ordinary water allowing for super hydration. Normal tap water is measured in clusters from between 11-16 molecules whereas alkaline water measures 5 – 6 molecules. Smaller clusters pass through the cell walls easier.

This process has many health benefits:

  • Helps the body absorb vital nutrients like calcium and other minerals.
  • It clears toxins at cellular level.
  • Helps with weight loss – the more hydrated the body is the more it lets go of body fat.
  • Gives you more energy because the blood flows easier.
  • Reduces ageing process by hydrating the skin.
  • Improves body function by cleaning your cells from the inside out.

A HYDRATED BODY IS A HAPPY BODY

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