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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 4
Re: Drinking distilled?
Posted By: Ami,pronounced like Tommy without a T
Date: June-16, 1998 at 13:24:02
In Response To: Drinking distilled? (Mich)
alright man, check it! The idea behind drinking distilled water is not directed toward mineral water; it's directed towared municipal water- the kind that comes out of your tap fossit. Anyway, that water contains flourine and chlorine. I'm not going to discuss these two elements and the havoc they reak, but in order to understand the reason behind distillation, you must know what we are trying to remove from the water, and why these two things are so bad for you. Flourine and Chlorine are toxic, face it. They induce kidney and liver stress, not to mention other health related illness that I have no effort to mention (which means you should do some research of your own). Good minerals can be obtained from food, supplements, and mineral water. Now don't get me wrong; these two minerals are essential in daily function, but are so present in food that we needn't consume extra, because then that would be toxic. Besides chlorine and flourine, other toxic substances such as lead, arsenic, and mercury are present, and if you do some research you'll discover that they are just as bad for you. Ofcourse they are also present in minute amounts in food and in the body, but drinking municipal water which is filled with this stuff is very bad for you. So why do I distill water instead of buying it, or buying mineral water? Well I found it to be more economical to buy a water distiller; I also take supplements which provide me with all the minerals I need, and I eat healthy. Hope all this helps you understand things from a distiller's point of view.
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Mich -- Tuesday, 16 June 1998, at 1:24 p.m.