Water & Dietary Supplements | Natural Health Podcast

Date: 09/04/2009

Rocket Fuel In Your Drinking Water

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    Submitted by Chris on
    May 21, 2012 - 11:23am

    I have heard that their is a lot of chemicals in water. I have city water and if it sits for a while it has a VERY chemical taste. What is the best way to rid water of rocket fuel and other unhealthy ingredients?

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    Submitted by BaselineFoundation on
    May 21, 2012 - 12:03pm

    Jon Barron has said in other articvles, "Water distillers can remove most minerals, metals, organic chemicals, and micro-organisms from water. A clean, well-maintained distiller will remove over 95 percent of the minerals, including sodium, sulfate, nitrate, and arsenic. In addition, biological contaminants such as bacteria, viruses, and cysts are destroyed during distillation. This is actually a major advantage over R/O and filtration systems which allow biofilms to build up over time on membranes and filtration components inside their units and thus need to be regularly cleaned and maintained. The primary maintenance for distillers is the regular removal of mineral scale from the boiling chamber due to hard water."

  •  
    Submitted by Chris on
    May 21, 2012 - 11:23am

    I have heard that their is a lot of chemicals in water. I have city water and if it sits for a while it has a VERY chemical taste. What is the best way to rid water of rocket fuel and other unhealthy ingredients?

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    Submitted by BaselineFoundation on
    May 21, 2012 - 12:03pm

    Jon Barron has said in other articvles, "Water distillers can remove most minerals, metals, organic chemicals, and micro-organisms from water. A clean, well-maintained distiller will remove over 95 percent of the minerals, including sodium, sulfate, nitrate, and arsenic. In addition, biological contaminants such as bacteria, viruses, and cysts are destroyed during distillation. This is actually a major advantage over R/O and filtration systems which allow biofilms to build up over time on membranes and filtration components inside their units and thus need to be regularly cleaned and maintained. The primary maintenance for distillers is the regular removal of mineral scale from the boiling chamber due to hard water."

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