Posted by: Rhona Reid On January 18, 2018 12:00 pm
The latest trend that seems to be gathering attention in 2018 is the craze for drinking so-called “raw water.”
When a small, Oregon-based start-up companyÂ started selling “pristine mountain spring water” to people in the San Francisco area, they tapped into the fashionable notion that the more “natural” something is, then the better for you it will be.
What is “Raw Water”?
Raw water is, quite simply, water that springs from the earth; or in this particular case, from “an ancient aquifer.” It is completely untreated and unfiltered.
One of several companies selling raw water around the country says that filtering and treating water to remove contaminants “disrupts healthy bacterias” that would …
Posted by: William Poole On April 29, 2016 9:00 am
The organic craze of the last decade was largely a rebuttal against the unsavory yet common practices of modern industrial farming. In order to maximize yield and to protect crops from pests, farms have taken to spraying their fruits and vegetables with pesticides.
Pesticides are poisons meant to kill living things and when we eat food from the grocery store, the surfaces are inevitably covered in harmful chemicals. Thatâ€™s why it is important to wash all fruits and vegetables in turbo alkaline water before consumption.
Pesticides and Our Food
In theory, pesticides are supposed to be good things because they create more fruits and vegetables for humans to eat. They are also ideally not harmful to humans and only …
Every year, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) releases their â€śShopperâ€™s Guide to Pesticidesâ€ť to help determine which fruits and vegetables have the most pesticide residues and are the most important to buy organic.Â Here is their list of the â€śDirty Dozen.â€ť
Nectarines – imported
Sweet Bell Peppers
You know itâ€™s important to eat fruit and vegetables, and you want to keep your family safe from pesticides, but buying organic produce isnâ€™t cheap!Â If you own a Tyent Water Ionizer, you have options.Â Watch this short, amazing video …