Diabetes, obesity, allergies, digestion problems, arthritis, migraines, STRESS – all common conditions these days. Billions of dollars are spent on medications and supplements designed to “cure” these issues – but what if there were a simple way to correct these conditions? And what if there were no long list of potential side-effects from the treatment?
Did you know that a headache is often a sign of dehydration?
Did you know that mental and physical fatigue can be related to dehydration?
Did you know that skin and digestion problems were often cries from the body for more water?
I *love* the H2Go. Easy to use, portable, affordable – even comes with pH testing drops so you can see what a difference it makes in the water for yourself. It’s my best seller and H2Go customers are my best source of new H2Go customers – once someone sees how it works (and how well it works), they want one too.
As easy as it is to use, there are some things you should know about using, maintaining and storing your H2Go. This post was inspired by customer calls and e-mails about the product. If you’re considering an H2Go for yourself, the information here will help get you going and answer the most common questions about using the product.
I’ve been using a shower filter for so long now that I had forgotten what it was like NOT to use one. On a recent trip I got to experience the shower reality of a few non-filtered showers. I won’t be making that mistake again.
This primarily addresses the pros and cons of filtering municipal tap water that has been treated to adhere to government standards of water quality. Most water treatment centers around neutralizing bacteria and pathogens that are either found in or can develop in municipal water supplies.
“We are quite convinced, based on this study, that there is an association between cancer and chlorinated water”
- Medical College Of Wisconsin research team
The addition of chlorine to our drinking water began in the late 1800s and by 1904 was the standard in water treatment, and for the most part remains so today. We don’t use chlorine because it’s the safest or even the most effective means of disinfection, we use it because it is the cheapest. In spite of all our technological advances, we essentially still pour bleach in our water before we drink it.
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