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What Would Be the Top Water to Drink on the Planet?
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By: Michael Howell Email Article
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The best drinking water on the planet! Is there such a thing?

Or are all bottled water sources created the same?

Can you handle the truth?

Most of us don't think there are any differences as long as it is clean and without contaminants.

However, some of the healthiest people on earth happen to be drinking an amazing water that is more than just contaminant free, but has noticeably healthy side effects.

There are many water filtration systems on the market. However, many of these do not eliminate the water contamination that exists in many of our water sources and most have limited health benefits.

This includes bottled water that you may be purchasing in the grocery store!

I thought I had the best water filtration for my home.I used what was considered a top-of-the-line water filter. But hardly did I realize I was missing many real health benefits until I investigated what the Japanese have mastered.

Despite a recent water report by Forbes (which seems to be more of a marketing spiel) of the healthiest nations on the planet; one of the healthiest nations still happens to be Japan.

Why the Japanese ?

One reason is that the Japanese have not only looked at western medical practices and health ideologies. They have benefited from past cultural practices as well. In modern Japan they take a different view of technology and science.

While they welcome modern technology at the same time they are quick to point out the shortcomings of rapid industrialization, pollution of water and the inherent problems of modernization.

With this perspective, they have taken a different approach to provide their citizens with healthier water and food nutrition standards. They have even experienced more health benefits than we realized!

Even scientists acknowledge the importance of water for living things.. Even when scientists are looking for life on other planets, they first seek to establish if water exists on that planet.


All things depend on water! Whether plant or animal, most living things are made up of water.

Since the human body is made of over 70% water, it would be very logical to realize the foundation for a strong and long life is water! And If you're reading this you probably already know how important it is to drink healthy water!

New Drinking Water Benefits Discovered?

It is easy to realize the importance of uncontaminated water when you look at the evening news of poverty-level countries in Africa or other nation's where people are drinking from dirty water.

But you may not realize that in your own back yard, or even closer - in your own family kitchen, your water could be just as dangerous?

Recently the Associated Press reported that millions of pounds of pharmaceuticals that have been dumped into waterways that provide our drinking water; it is "contamination the federal government has consistently overlooked"! There are hundreds of drugs and their manufacturing residues that are coming right into your kitchen sink!

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