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Monday, December 14, 2015



Question: How Much of Your Body Is Water?

Have you ever wondered how much of your body is water?

The percentage of water varies according to your age and gender. Here's a look at how much water is inside you.

Answer: The amount of water in the human body ranges from 50-75%. The average adult human body is 50-65% water, averaging around 57-60%.

 The percentage of water in infants is much higher, typically around 75-78% water, dropping to 65% by one year of age.

Stop buying bottled water!

What’s In Your Bottled Water – Besides
Pure, clean water.
That’s what the ads say. 
But what does the lab say?
When you shell out for bottled water, which costs
up to 1,900 times more than tap water, you have a
right to know what exactly is inside that pricey plastic
Most bottled makers don’t agree. 
They keep secret
some or all the answers to these elementary questions:
Where does the water come from?
Is it purified? How?
Have tests found any contaminants?

 Bottled water is not always safe to drink

Possibly fatal chemical found in bottled water


And why filter my water supply you might ask?

Another reason.

Read on.

You won't believe what is in the water your bathing in!

Check your area water?

Fluoride safety doubted by Senior Doctors.

Flouride found to cause osteosarcoma in boys, a rare but fatal bone cancer.[53] [3]

  Over 1000 health industry professionals, including doctors, dentists, scientists and researchers from a variety of disciplines are calling for an end to water fluoridation in an online petition to Congress. [4]

  Despite over 60 years of water fluoridation in the U.S, there are no double-blind studies which prove fluoride's effectiveness in tooth decay. The panel reviewed a large body of literature in which f

luoride has a statistically significant association with a wide range of adverse effects.[54]

 Despite widespread concern by scientists and private citizens, government agencies such as the CDC and WHO continue to support water fluoridation as being a safe and effective means of reducing dental decay.

A doctor speaks out against:

Why would anyone want to put fluoride in the water if it didn't reduce tooth decay? How did this theory get started and who stands to gain by it?

We recommend that you drink filtered tap water. 
You’ll save money, drink water that’s purer than tap water and help solve the global glut of plastic bottles.
 Install a KUBE water filter from Home Depot under your kitchen sink. 
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It only takes a few minutes to install and will end up saving you hundreds of dollars in bottled water cost per year.
And just might save you from exposure to chemicals that might be present in bottled water along with leeched plastic chemicals that the bottled water containers may present.

Drink plenty of water but avoid bottled water when you can. It pollutes the environment and is often nothing more than filtered tap water. 
Something you should be doing in your own home, filtering your water, and taking it with you in glass containers when you leave the home.

  Credit Suisse is estimating that two-thirds of the world’s population is likely to live under “water-stressed” conditions by 2025.

Quite a lot of people, that, and 2025 isn’t exactly the distant future.

You know about the historic drought conditions afflicting California and much of the Western U.S. But Brazil and other parts of South America are also in serious drought.

Why did George Bush buy 298,840 acres of land in… Paraguay?

Because of what lies beneath it...water.


That’s right, blue gold.

 Bush bought the rights to a veritable ocean of fresh, clear-as-glass, Grade A water.

 Bush Senior, now 90, bought 80,837 hectares, while his granddaughter Jenna, George W.’s daughter, bought another 40,470 hectares.

Their land rests atop one of the largest freshwater aquifers in the world: Acuifero Guarani, by name.

 “Acuifero Guarani covers roughly 460,000 square miles under parts of Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina.

 It is estimated to contain about 8,900 cubic miles of water.”

  The groundwater reservoir is the largest [renewable freshwater] resource in the world, with an expanse of more than 1.2 million square kilometers and a volume of 40,000 cubic kilometers of water.

If you can’t quite imagine 8,900 miles of water, picture a pool nearly three times the size of California.

That should give you a decent idea.

A fair amount when you consider that 98% of this planet’s water is salt water.

Of the other 2%, almost 87% of it is trapped within glaciers, hence inaccessible.

  Only 0.25% of the water on this earth is fresh (underground, or in rivers and lakes). Just a drop in the figurative bucket…

And guess, dear reader, who happens to own a lot of neighborhood water rights?

 You know about the historic drought conditions afflicting California and much of the Western U.S. But Brazil and other parts of South America are also in serious drought.

Chemtrails are causing drought! 

Drought increases the need for fresh drinking water.

This video has been removed from most sites on the web. View it before it is no longer available!

Jessie Ventura investigates the theft of the fresh water from the Great Lakes. http://www.disclose.tv/action/viewvideo/119947/Conspiracy_Theory_W_Jesse_Ventura_Great_Lakes_Season_2_Episode_6_Full_Length__HD/

 Groundwater is being pumped dry globally.

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