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Originally posted by Airease
I don't like drinking tap water, (I agree with an earlier post) it smells like chlorine and leaves your mouth dry... sometimes it even gives me heartburn.
The prices charged for bottled water are simply extortionate; given that it is simply the most abundant substance on the planet... Even then they've added plenty of fluoride and God knows what else into it.
It's very safe at low levels, and there is a mountain of scientific evidence to prove this.
Originally posted by Hadrian
Originally posted by Wolfenz
Originally posted by Reptilian Ph.D
Invest on a stage 5 countertop reverse osmosis system or purchase RO water/distilled water from supermarket!
Those bastards are trying to zap pineal activity
[edit on 16-4-2010 by Reptilian Ph.D]
true very true solidify to calcium (calcified.) The Grain in the Brain is what is called Z(brain sand ) medical term is Corpora arenacea ! trying to take our third eye to blindness no thanks !
Drink Mountain DEW ! that what i do! weaken calcium deposits! and no need to use Nodose ! ( highest amount of caffeine in a soda drink)
side effect is weakens bones , teeth enamel key ingredient Phosphoric Acid
read the source !
wiki source read through from Cavity Prevention to Toxicology
My whole family Drinks Mountain DEW and more in tuned
do you really think fluoride in tap water is in there just for teeth and bones !
bad enough you bathe in it
You're post is difficult for me to even comprehend, but are you suggesting that Mountain Dew is a viable alternative to tap water? If you have a problem with tap water, I can't see how you wouldn't have a problem with Mountain Dew. Isn't any soft drink close to 95-99% water? And I strongly suspect soft drink manufacturers use municipal water supplies. And that's not even considering the chemicals and HFCS present.
Calcification Images Cranial calcification Cranial calcification Calcification is a process in which calcium builds up in body tissue, causing the tissue to harden. This can be a normal or abnormal process. Information Ninety-nine percent (99%) of calcium entering the body is deposited in bones and teeth. The remaining calcium dissolves in the blood. When a disorder affects the balance between calcium and other minerals or chemicals in the body, calcium can be deposited in other parts of the body such as arteries, kidneys, lungs, and brain. Calcium deposits in these parts of the body can cause problems with how these blood vessels and organs work. Calcifications can usually be seen on x-rays.