What to drink

What to drink to stay healthy

Most people have developed an obsession with drinking some form of sweetened colored liquid to satisfy their thirst: cola, tea, coffee, fruit juice, or Kool-Aid drinks. Few people in this country drink water. This is both good and bad.

It is good, since tap water in most areas is polluted with fluoride, arsenic, aluminum, pesticides, herbicides, and other organic chemicals. As we saw in chapter seven, the presence of fluoride in the water increases lead content as well. The more you drink, the worse is the pollution of your body. Many of these pollutants are fat-soluble, meaning that they will be with you for a long time, and they will accumulate in the nervous system.

You should drink pure water, either distilled or filtered through a reverse osmosis type filter. Only these two methods of water purification can remove fluoride. If you decide on reverse osmosis, you will have to change the filter every three months, because the fluoride eats little holes in the filter, destroying its effectiveness. After you filter your water through the reverse osmosis filter you will also need to filter it once again through a regular filter. Isn't nice that the government ha made you go to all this trouble and expense just to have a drink of pure water?

Health and Nutrition Secrets (that can save your life), Dr Russell L. Blaylock, MD

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