Distilled Water of Life

Andrew Norton Webber's research on the benefits of distilled water will make you think twice about any water you're currently drinking.

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The Choice is Clear

by Dr. Allen E. Banik
Only One Possible Cause For All Aging Diseases?
Imagine one common possible cause for nearly all diseases! Can it be that arthritis, kidney stones, gall stones, arteriosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), enlarged hearts, emphysema, obesity, constipation, cataracts, glaucoma, diabetes, all stem from one common cause?
Unbelievable! But possibly very true!

Distilled Water and Longevity

by ELMER ELLSWORTH CAREY
The first step in the physical regeneration of the race is a crusade against ordinary or "raw" drinking water.

When distilled water is universally used humanity will take a long step forward.

If distilled water was in every home the board of health would have to go out of business.

Why Distilled Water

by Dr. Siedlecki
Water in the human body acts as a solvent, carrying nutrients to every living cell, and transporting waste material out of the cells for removal. Efficient absorption of nutrients and efficient elimination of wastes through the kidneys and liver is only possible when water, the transport medium, is clean.

Distilled water removes poisonous substances and inorganic mineral matter from the human body. This process will be impeded if the water you drink is already contaminated.

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Assessing Exposure & Health Consequences of Chemicals in Drinking Water

by Cristina Villanueva et al.
Safe drinking water is essential for well-being. Although microbiological contamination remains the largest cause of water-related morbidity and mortality globally, chemicals in water supplies may also cause disease, and evidence of the human health consequences is limited or lacking for many of them.

 

Chemical Contaminants in Drinking Water

by Julia R. Barrett
Contaminants may occur naturally, or they may derive from human-related activities, such as industry, agriculture, and mining.

Not only have the prevalence and uses of chemicals escalated in the last century, but the analytical techniques to detect them have become exquisitely sensitive.

Consequently, it is possible to define vanishingly small levels of both well-studied and emerging contaminants in drinking water.