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Water Week Part 5 – And The Winners Of The ‘Win A Free Distiller Sweepstakes’ Are…

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The Win a Free Distiller Sweepstakes has generated a lot of excitement within our community. There were over 3,000 entries to win the Waterwise 8800 Countertop Distiller and other prizes. And today, I’m happy to announce the winners: Elaine Sharp Congratulations Elaine! You won the Waterwise 8800 Countertop Distiller plus all the exclusive bonuses. Someone from my staff will contact … Click to continue →

Water Week Part 4 – Do This To Your Water Before You Drink It

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The ‘Win a Free Waterwise 8800 Distiller Sweepstakes’ ends tomorrow. We've received over 2,500 entries so far. So if you haven't entered the sweepstakes yet, there's still time to enter for a chance to win the Grand Prize: A Waterwise 8800 plus more great prizes all valued at $510. Five other winners will win a great Waterwise BPA-Free Sports bottle. … Click to continue →

Water Week Part 3 – Win A Free Distiller Sweepstakes!


I'm thrilled to announce that the 'Win a Free Distiller Sweepstakes' starts today. In Part 1 and Part 2 of Water Week I've explained why drinking distilled water is the best choice both for your bones and for your overall health. What I didn't tell you, is that at home, all the water I drink and cook with comes from … Click to continue →

Water Week Part 2 – Beware: Don’t Be A Human Water Filter

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Hungarian Biochemist and Nobel Prize winner Albert Szent-Gyorgyi has notoriously said that: “Water is life’s matter and matrix, mother and medium. There is no life without water.” Years ago, this statement would not caused much confusion as to which type of water drink. That's because drinking water was typically obtained from the tap, and bottled water was used for emergencies … Click to continue →

Water Week Part 1 – Water: The Secrets And The Science

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Water is a fundamental and fascinating substance. The word “water” conjures up different images for different people, from ocean scenes to glasses of clear ice water and everything in between. Some people look at water with revulsion, and can't imagine drinking a big glass of it. Others relish drinking water, and sometimes flavor it with lemon or drink powders. But … Click to continue →

Are You Dehydrated? The Crucial Link Between Dehydration And Osteoporosis

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It could be the perfect storm. No, I’m not referring to Tropical Storm Isaac that passed over us here in Florida a couple of days ago, and has unfortunately ravaged the Gulf Coast. I’m referring to the seldom-mentioned link between dehydration and stress that can hurt your health and your bones. A study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology … Click to continue →

Top 5 Questions About Calcium

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Did you know that calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body? Today, as a follow up to my last article about calcium, I’ll answer the top five questions about this essential mineral. Let's get started... It has to do with what could be called the Circle of Life. Here’s how it works. The earth’s crust contains calcium, found … Click to continue →

Confused About Calcium? Read This

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A recent study on calcium has revealed that those who took calcium supplements had an 86% greater chance of a myocardial infarction (MI) or heart attack than those who didn’t, and more than double the chances of a myocardial infarction (MI) than the previous study I wrote about a while ago.1 For the latest study, University of Zurich scientists followed … Click to continue →

New Study Reveals Big Pharma’s Bone Health Deception

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A newly discovered bone function has stunned mainstream scientists. Columbia University Medical Center researchers have confirmed what I’ve been saying all along: that the skeleton is not just an inert calcified structure, but rather, a dynamic and active tissue that’s constantly renewing itself if it’s given what it needs. They have found that a protein secreted by matrix depositing bone … Click to continue →

Could Eating Eggs Be As Bad As Smoking? My Answer

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Eggs and cigarettes. What an unlikely combination, right? Apparently, Canadian researchers beg to differ. Study author David Spence and team have compared the effect of tobacco smoking and egg yolk consumption as it relates to atherosclerotic plaque formation. After collecting data from 1,261 smokers with vascular disease who had to answer a questionnaire on how many eggs they ate per … Click to continue →

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