You've been lied to for 40 years...
You've been lied to for 40 years...
You hear it all the time…
Even Mom said it when we were sick…
“Drink lots of water….”
We all know proper hydration is essential for our health... And we all know the best way to stay hydrated is to drink lots of water….
But what if your water isn’t hydrating you? What if you drink bottle after bottle and you’re STILL chronically dehydrated?
Does it mean something’s wrong with you?
No….at least not yet...
It means something is wrong with your water.
If you’re drinking bottled water, there’s a good chance that you’re chronically dehydrated no matter how much you drink. And it could be even worse than that. If you’re drinking:
or a dozen other brands, you could be setting yourself up for bigtime health problems even while you think you’re doing the best thing for your body.
But wait—isn’t bottled water healthier than tap water? Isn’t tap water contaminated with all kinds of chemicals? Aren’t you protecting yourself from dangerous toxins by drinking bottled water?
That’s what we’re told. But let’s stop for a minute and look at just WHO is telling us this: the same mega-corporations that sell us soda loaded with high-fructose corn syrup and drinks laced with aspartame and sucralose.
That’s right. Most of the bottled water on the market is sold by giant “soft drink” corporations like Coke, Pepsi, and Nestle. Nestle owns an incredible fifty different brands of bottled water. Coke and Pepsi between them sell more than half the bottled water in the U.S.
That’s a lot of water. And at $1.50 per bottle and up, it’s also an obscene amount of money.
Now guess what these bottled water manufacturers want? They want to make more money. They want you to drink more bottled water. And what better way to do that than to make sure that it keeps you thirsty?
If that sounds crazy, then let me tell you this: purified water—what you’re drinking when you grab most bottles of water—is not the same as regular water. And I don’t mean it has less pollution. I mean it’s different on a molecular level.
The water molecules themselves are a completely different size and shape than regular water molecules. And once they’re in your body, they behave in a different way. They don’t hydrate you the way normal water does. They leave you thirsty. And the health effects go far beyond hydration.
Is YOUR favorite water this unnatural stuff? Or is it the pure, healthy water it claims to be? Does Fiji water really come from Fiji? (Hint: it does. But most bottled water isn’t so honest.)
In the meantime, I can tell you this:
Drinking Smartwater is anything but smart. And Nestle Pure Life isn’t pure—unless you’re talking about pure poison. Watch the video and get the facts about what you’re really drinking...
NOTE: Get FREE access to my special “ What’s In Your Water?” Guide: Your Only Resource to Gauging the Quality of Your Tap Water and How Bottled Water Brands Compare today only, click here now...
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