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Study: Dichlorophenol, a chemical often found in chlorinated drinking water, may cause cancer and heart disease

Water is life. About 60 percent of the body is made up of this precious liquid, and we need to replenish our stores constantly as levels drop continuously through sweat, urine and dehydration. Opinions on exactly how much water we should be drinking vary, with some experts urging that we drink at least eight glasses daily, while others insist that we should be sipping on it constantly throughout the day, even when we don’t feel thirsty.  That being said, not all water is equally good for the body. Why? Because much of the drinking water available today has been stripped of beneficial minerals and nutrients. In addition, the chemicals added to water to “purify” it can sometimes do a lot more harm than good.  Read more...



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