You’d think the one place you’d be safe would be in your own home… in your own kitchen… eating and drinking ONLY what you’ve carefully selected yourself.
But you’re not.
You can go organic. Heck, you can grow your own. You can have the cleanest, safest food in the world…
Yet you could STILL end up ingesting a lab’s worth of chemicals. Because it’s not just your food that could be contaminated.
Odds are, your WATER isn’t safe, either. A new report finds shocking levels of a dangerous class of chemicals called PFAS turning up in drinking water all around the country.
This class of chemicals has been linked to …
- immune dysfunction
- hormone disruption
- liver damage
- kidney problems
- reproductive issues
The researchers behind the report are calling your water a “toxic soup.” And it’s on the menu in just about every home in the country. But today, I’ve got a way to get the clean water flowing again instead of this soupy sludge.
EPA gives PFAS laced water the OK
The new report from the Environmental Working Group says these compounds are now so common in water that they’re “nearly impossible” to avoid. They’ve even earned the nickname “forever chemicals.”
They tested 44 sites in 31 states, and only ONE – from a 700-foot-deep well in Mississippi – had no detectable levels of PFAS. The rest not only tested positive but had an average of between six and seven PFAS compounds.
This is bad. But it’s not the worst part of this story. Ready for some blood-boiling outrage?
The EPA has known about PFAS in the drinking water for about TWO DECADES now. They’ve known, and they’ve done nothing. They haven’t even set a limit for PFAS in the water.
In other words, they’re LEGALLY ALLOWED to be your water in any amount.
URGENT: Get the TOXIC SOUP out of your home
If you’re not filtering your water yet, it’s clearly time to start.
But don’t count on those water pitchers with the filter inside. Personally, I wouldn’t even rely on those setups that connect to the faucet.
They’re OK for filtering out some things. And are a good option if your budget doesn’t allow for anything else. But they won’t cover everything lurking in the water these days.
Because, in addition to PFAS, your drinking water may be laced with trace levels of fuel residue, industrial chemicals, metals, legal drugs like antibiotics, illegal drugs such as cocaine, and more.
To get everything out, you need to break out the big guns.
There are two great options…
- Water distiller: A distiller will typically cost a couple a hundred bucks. It sits on your countertop. You fill it with water from the sink, and it distills it into pure drinking water. The downside is they can be slow, and some people don’t like the taste of distilled water. Make sure yours has a good return policy so you can try it out for a few days before committing to it.
- Reverse osmosis: A reverse osmosis system costs a little more, but not much more than a distiller. They connect beneath the sink or outside the home, depending on the model you purchase. And they filter everything coming through the tap. The downside is they do waste water. Some toss out three cups of water for every cup they give you, but some newer models offer a 1:1 ratio.
Do some research and shop around for the best solution for your family.
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