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  • Tap Water and Your Food

    Blog, Health

    Since tap water affects bread making (see the blog for last week), how does it affect your food.  Here is an interesting article to give you some insight. http://www.springhillatcanfield.com/taste.html If you have a concern about your water, choose Crystal Clear Water, where you will find pure drinking water for your drinking AND cooking needs. Do you notice... Read more »

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  • Soda Pop, Diabetes, and Water

    Blog, Bottled Water, Health, Reverse-Osmosis

    I found this great quote…..’Water is the most neglected nutrient in your diet, but one of the most vital’…….Kelly Barton.  I was thinking about a topic of soda pop and diabetes, and this seemed like an appropriate quote for this week’s blog.  Coming from a family with a history of diabetes through the generations, this... Read more »

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  • Detroit Schools Test Positive for High Levels of Lead and Copper

    Misc

    Detroit’s City school district is shutting off the water to all schools in the district. 16 of the 24 schools recently tested in the district came back positive for elevated levels of copper and lead in the drinking water. Testing began on buildings in June, and officials are testing all 106 school buildings. The district... Read more »

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  • Why Water Is Essential for Toddlers and Infants

    Blog, Bottled Water, FAQ

    Water is essential for everyone, but very few of us drink enough water on a regular basis. Children tend to favor juices and other sugary drinks, such as sodas, that can do more harm than good and don’t always provide the right level of hydration that young children need. Substituting water, and providing ready access... Read more »

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  • Is it true that it takes 17 million barrels of oil to make bottles for bottled water?

    Blog

    Here’s what the International Bottled Water Association has to say: This is an interesting non-verifiable statement typically attributed to researchers at the University of Louisville. Except, according to the school, they have never even heard about it. Our source is University’s Director of Media Relations Mark Hebert, who had this to say: “We don’t have... Read more »

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  • Is bottled water sourced from parts of the world where it’s needed most?

    Misc

    Enjoy drinking bottled water without without worrying about whether or not the water comes from parts of the world where it’s needed. The Myth: Some anti-bottled water groups have used this myth as a communications tool saying the bottled water industry takes water from people in other parts of the world who need it. The... Read more »

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  • Understanding Nitrates

    Misc

    What Is Nitrate? Nitrate is an inorganic compound that occurs under a variety of conditions in the environment, both naturally and synthetically. In drinking water, the federal standard for nitrate is 10 ml per liter (10 mg/l). Though there is no direct health affect of nitrate exposure to older children and adults, infants are prone... Read more »

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  • Why drinking pop can be detrimental to womens’ health

    Blog, Health

    According to a recent poll, nearly half of Americans — 48 percent — say they drink at least one glass of pop per day. While 52 percent report they usually don’t drink any soda, the average daily amount of soda consumed is 2.6 glasses for those who do. It is well known fact that drinking... Read more »

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