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Mercury: What’s in Your Vaccine? Flu Shot? Booster?

There has been much debate regarding vaccines, Mercury and Autism and which is more dangerous. But as a previously vaccinated adult, I began to wonder about all the new shots and what is in them? My first concern always related to heavy metals Mercury in particular, is most concerning...

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Contaminants in Baby Food – why should this concern me?

On Thursday October 17, 2019 CNN released news, “95% of tested baby foods in the US contain toxic metals”, so how does this affect me? What they found – Tests of 168 baby foods from major manufacturers in the US found 95% contained lead, 73% contained arsenic, 75% contained...

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Understanding water and what is (or needs to be) treated

Water that we bring into our homes (offices, restaurants, other commercial uses) has a list of “other” items in it.  These items can be broken down into Six main categories:  Organic Chemicals, Inorganic Chemicals, Disinfection By-Products, Microbials, Radionuclides and Disinfectants.  Understanding each of these categories and how to treat...

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What is in our City/Municipal Local Water?

If your water is coming from a Local Municipal/City provider there are numerous items that are in the water depending on the source (aquifer, lake, river).  But regardless of the source there are best practices for the best working water (household) and the best drinking water.  The very first...

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