Why did the United States Government issue a cancer warning to Americans about our water quality?
Most people believe that their water quality is OK. It might smell a little bad or taste a little funny, but they still believe that it’s mostly OK! Those people are wrong! The water in our homes gets absorbed into our bodies through drinking, cooking, cleaning, bathing, and showering.
The Danger is Real! The problem is so bad that in 2010 the U.S. Government issued President’s Cancer Panel Report had this to say about our water quality (https://www.ewg.org/news/news-releases/2010/05/06/president%E2%80%99s-cancer-panel-warns-public-chemical-dangers). They finally admitted the chlorine, contaminants, carcinogens and pollutants are attacking our water quality and causing Cancer.
If you won’t listen to your Plumber listen to the U.S. Government, they are telling all Americans to install a water filtration system in their home to improve the water quality and reduce their risk of cancer!
If you think you are safe because you drink bottled water, you’re fooling yourself. Dangerous chemicals can leach from the plastic into the water compromising the water quality. In addition to the health hazards associated with bottled water, the average person spends more for a gallon of bottled water than they do for gas. Merely avoiding drinking tap water by indulging in bottled water is not an effective means of protection. There are over 2100 known contaminants that can make their way into our bodies not just from drinking the actual water but also from inhalation and dermal absorption.
The convenience of bottled water and water quality is out of control! You have a choice to make. You can continue to pay outrageous amounts for questionable water quality, or you can invest in a quality whole house water treatment system that will deliver the clean water you deserve.
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