bottled water, chemical in plastics, Documentary, Drinking Water, fluoride, fluoride tea, fluorinated water supply, fluorosilicic acid, green tea, Home Water Filters, James corbett, plastic bottles, sodium fluoride, Tap Water, The Great Culling, Worldtruth.TV
Perhaps many of you heard about fluoride in our tap water, not so many know that there is fluoride in most of your bottled water and the dangers of plastic itself, also fluoride in most of your drinking products as well. We may focus on our health by eating healthier foods, going to the farmers market, growning your own garden, purchasing organic produce & products, but few of us don’t realize that what you spend in bottled water in one year you can use that money for a home water purification system! It’s very important to educate ourselves in the foods we eat and the water that is provided to us in your home town; the attached documentary is perhaps one of the most insightful movies on our drinking water and on the dangerous side effects we get from drinking slow increment dosages of fluoride from all sorts of sources. Please set aside some time & watch/share this absolutely imperative documentary.
There are solutions… one just has to make a decisive decision to make a difference for yourself, your family, your community, your city/town/state, etc.
The Great Culling: Our Water Official Full Movie
The Great Culling: Our Water Official Full Movie ~ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7BqFtyCRJc
By: Eddie Levin from WorldTruth.TV
German researchers have discovered endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs), that could adversely affect development and reproduction, to be contained in 18 different bottled water products
Of the 24,520 suspect chemicals found to be present in bottled water, the one that showed consistent results and illustrated anti-androgenic and anti-estrogenic activity is di(2-ethylhexyl) fumarate (DEHF). Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that can interfere with the hormone system, they can cause cancerous tumors, birth defects, cardiovascular disorders, metabolic disorders and as mentioned earlier, other developmental disorders(1).
This study comes from Martin Wagner and Jorg Oehlmann of the Goethe University Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main, and Michael Schlusener and Thomas Ternes of the German Federal Institute of Hydrology. They determined that bottled water could contain serious amounts of EDCs that should be a cause from concern.
Researchers used spectrometric simulation to narrow down their findings to DEHF as the only possible EDC giving rise to harmful activity. DEHF is also known as an anti-estrogenic compound, which means that another unidentified EDC must be present in the samples that showed anti-androgenic activity.
The authors employed a sensitive in vitro bioassay to characterize the total estrogenic burden leaching from plastics, including potential mixture effects and unidentified EDCs. Using a similar approach, a series of studies reported a widespread estrogenic contamination of commercially available bottled water. Here, we combine biological and chemical analysis to identify putative steroid receptor antagonists in bottled water. Most of the products were potently antiestrogenic and antiandrogenic in the bioassays. Nontarget high-resolution mass spectrometry pointed towards maleate and fumarate isomers as promising candidates and subsequently enabled the identification of di(2-ethylhexyl) fumarate. Because its concentration is too low to explain the observed activity, other compounds must contribute. However, further maleate/fumarate isomers are not only biologically active but structurally highly similar to phthalates. Hence, we speculate these compounds might represent a novel, so far overlooked group of EDCs.
An increasing number of in vitro studies reports the presence of EDCs in bottled water. With previous studies focusing on estrogenicity, the present work provides evidence for an additional contamination with steroid receptor antagonists. We detected antiestrogens and antiandrogens in the majority of analyzed bottled water products. Moreover, the antagonist activity was very potent. An equivalent of 3.75 ml bottled water inhibited estrogen and androgen receptor by up to 60 and 90 percent. Bottled water from six different countries has been found to contain estrogenic, antiestrogenic, as well as androgenic, progestagenic, and glucocorticoid-like chemicals. This demonstrates that a popular beverage is contaminated with diverse-acting EDCs(1).
What Can You Do?
The answer is simple, don’t drink bottled water! Apart from that, you can purchase water filters that take out the chlorine and fluoride from your water if you choose, they aren’t that hard to find and if you do your research you can find some fairly inexpensive ones. If you’re interested, shoot us an email and we can help you out in your search. 24,000 chemicals is a lot of chemicals to be putting into your body. I’m not saying all of them are harmful, but who would want to take that chance? It’s not uncommon for us to taste some of these chemicals within the water that come from the plastic, especially if you leave the bottle in the sun for a short period of time.
Here is a very informative video that shares a lot more of what needs to be known about bottled water:
also read ~ What You Didn’t Know About Your Bottled Water
The Answer! Well at least one good answer for you and your loved ones…
I’ve done a lot of research in home water filtration systems, there are many that are excellent but extremely expensive not realistic to the average worker who has a family, high expenses earning an average or less income. There are some that will eliminate many heavy metals but does not remove fluoride and/or you have to pay additional on top of the already expensive unit for the extra fluoride removal filter. I am proud to be a distributor for one of best home water filtration systems that does so much at a very reasonable price! Check out the links below for more information on…
- How much/how often do I have to get new filter(s)?
- What are the different systems that removes fluoride, how do they work?
- How are your filters better than other filters on the market, such as Reverse Osmosis Systems?
- How do your filtration systems compare to the high-priced water ionizer machines?
Many many questions like these and more, I find these questions answered and explained @ FAQ tab
Distributor for PureEffect Filters
The Best Water Filtration Systems…
- A Fluoride-Free Pineal Gland is More Important than Ever
- Facts about bottled water
- Violation of Consent: Fluoridation and Forced Medication
- Fluoride Content in Black Tea, White Tea, Green Tea, and Oolong Tea ~ Loose Leaf Tea Health Benefits and Tea Dangers
- Green Tea, Fluoride & the Thyroid
- Safely Detox Fluoride From Your Body
- DIY Fluoride Free Natural Toothpaste
- All about your water