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What the WHO says about drinking water

The World Health Organization says you need to get 10 – 20% of your daily needs for calcium and magnesium from drinking water. Here’s why: Your body absorbs minerals from water 30% faster and easier than it does from food.
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Fluoridated water linked to ADHD in Study

Alarming new research suggests that the epidemic rise of ADHD among children may be caused by fluoridated water. Here’s what you need to know: You can protect yourself and your kids from fluoridated water with the right filter – Life’s AR-100 Super Filter. Use it with a water ionizer, and you will detox from fluoride while protecting yourself from it.
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US to lower the amount of Fluoride in Water

The EPA has lowered the fluoride allowed in water to .7 ppm. But is it enough? Research suggests that .03 ppm fluoride causes hypothyroidism. Should you filter the fluoride out of your water? To reduce your chances of developing hypothyroidism, the answer is yes.
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Does Kangen Water Contain Fluoride?

Does Kangen Water Contain Fluoride by Water Ionizers If there is fluoride in your water supply, then your kangen water® will contain fluoride. Fluoride removal requires a special filter that Enagic® Kangen does not have.
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What is in Drinking Water

Toxic Chemicals: The most common toxic things you’ll find in your drinking water are chlorine, chloramine and their byproducts. Fluoride will be present if it is added by your municipal water authority. Other toxic chemicals
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Fluoride linked to Coronary Artery Disease

Recent research on causes of heart disease has revealed a link between fluoride and coronary artery disease. The study, referred to as: Association of vascular fluoride uptake with vascular calcification and coronary artery disease. Researchers
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