The True Story behind Bottled Water

The True Story Behind Bottled Water - Information you NEED to know!

Are you getting the full story on bottled water?

Story of StuffProbably not – and that could be vital to your health! Bottled water is consumed by millions each and every day and is a major global industry.

The good people at Story of Stuff have actually researched the gigantic marketing campaign used by bottled water manufacturers and have uncovered some revealing information about bottled water and the marketing machine that leads us to believe things that, well, may not be entirely true.

Everyone needs to know the true story behind bottled water!

the source of the water or the bottling location

Did you know, for example, that the Food and Drug Administration does not require that a bottled water manufacturer disclose the source of the water or the bottling location?

Did you also know that the FDA does not force manufacturers to test their water;they have the responsibility of doing it themselves? And numerous taste tests have shown that bottled water doesn’t taste any better to the average person than tap water.

Facts like these and more are things you should know and understand in order to promote wellness and have security about the source of YOUR water.

With Kangen Water®, you face no uncertainty. You know exactly what you are getting – great-tasting ionized alkaline water that delivers optimal hydration with no secrets.

After all, many diseases thrive in an acidic environment, and who knows what kind of environment exists for bottled water manufacturers and their water sources? Do you want to gamble on uncertainty, or do you want to bank on a sure thing with healthy alkaline water?

With Kangen Water, you face no uncertainty.

Learn the truth about bottled water…

Visit my website and see how the wonderful taste and properties of Kangen Water® can help you make the clear choice – and the RIGHT choice!

 

“Ever wonder about those people who spend $2 apiece on those
little bottles of Evian water? Try spelling Evian backward.”

~ George Carlin

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