My water supply is contaminated with fluoride and who knows what eles so I drink bottled water. I don't like drinking out of plastic but I figure it's better than fluoride and chemicals. However I have recently heard some things about bottled water that makes me wonder If its the best thing. Does anyone know of a quality ( and reasonably priced) water filter to go on my kitchen tap? One that would filter fluoride, chlorine etc?
I actually have the same issue where I live, but instead of looking into a water filter, I looked around for a quality water distiller. The reason I chose a distiller over filter is the better purity of the water.
http://www.rawfoodexplained.com/perfect-health-part-i/pure-water.html explains the reason why I chose distilled water pretty well.
What I found from looking around for the cheapest and probably best distiller (though I have not yet bought--I have been buying distilled water from the store until I save enough money) is:
But I would definitely recommend searching the internet and finding reviews of other water distillers and of that water distiller (and the company).
Hope this helps you with getting that source of pure water and staying healthy. :D
When I got questions about water filters I ended op making this discussions and ended up buying a water distiller. I have not drink any other water since, and really love it.
Yeah distilled is the way to go. Doug Graham recommends distilled water. Distilled water is the most natural water there is - it is basically rainwater, minus the pollution. It is pure H20. The sky is nature's distiller, but, like I said, we have pollution in the sky now.
There's a lot of wishy washy stuff out there about living water and dead water and mineral water and alkaline water and this and that. Go with Dr. G and the natural hygienists; they've already sorted through all that crap.