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The human body is over 70% water and a lot of that water is replenished from the tap, which is not always safe. Tap water's biggest problems are the chemicals that we add during treatment, though there are many opportunities for other contaminants. Many of these compounds like chlorine and fluorine can have long-term adverse health effects if we are constantly exposed to them. To believe that the quality of the water we drink has no influence on our well-being is to ignore reality. Water authorities will try to bring us the best water available but it is ultimately up to us to take responsibility for our health. LifeSource makes that decision easy by providing the best water filter at an unbeatable price.

Tap Water


Fluoride is a dangerous chemical still pumped into tap water under the illusion that it is beneficial to human health. Fluoridation started in 1973 when British Columbia wanted to alleviate dental problems among its citizens. The Canadian government asked Richard Foulkes MD to investigate the effects of fluoridation to determine if it was safe. Though Foulkes' favorable reports were later discovered to be false, it was too late to stop fluoridation. The United States had already begun causing enormous damage to the population. It is no coincidence that most other countries around the world have either stopped fluoridating or never started.


Chlorine was originally added to the tap water to kill waterborne diseases and to that effect it works extremely well. But since chlorine is a poison to living things in our water, it can also be a poison to living things in our homes. When chlorine enters the water, it reacts with the organic material to form THMs like chloroform, the long-term effects of which are unclear. Click to read more (link to chlorine section)


In many places, including Los Angeles, chlorine pumped into the water is at its highest level and yet the water still needs more disinfection. As a solution, a compound of chlorine and ammonia called chloramine is put in the water. Authorities claim that it is completely safe for humans, yet you are not supposed to give it to fish and animals. Does that sound safe?


Even though chlorine treats bacteria in the water at the treatment plant, there is still a long way to travel from the treatment plant to your home. Bacteria can reinfect the water if pipes are not cared for properly. The best way to ensure no contamination is to filter the water right as it enters your home, ensuring that water you are drinking is clean and healthy.


Lead contamination was a larger problem when old pipes were constructed with lead. Soft water leaches lead and is incredible damaging to the human body. As a cumulative toxin, lead stays in human tissue permanently causing perennial health problems.


Asbestos contamination in tap water can come from the pipes or the surrounding rock. In the 1950's, thousands of contaminated pipes were unknowingly laid, but carelessly not all of them were replaced. And since asbestos is too small for treatment plants to catch, the only solution is a home water filter that you can trust.


Cysts like giardia and cryptosporidia can get into the water despite the chlorination designed to kill them. When these microbes come in the form of cysts, they are chlorine resistant and treatment plants do not catch them. Cysts have been found as contaminants in many major US cities.

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