[Alert] Health Drink GIVING Seniors Cancer?!
A recent report revealed something shocking about cancer:
Up to 90% of all cancer cases are caused by lifestyle and environment… NOT GENETICS.
For example, up to 40% of cancers are a direct result of being overweight.
Now, another report shows that more than 100,000 cases of cancer… many of these in seniors… are a direct result of something that you drink every day.
Most people think it’s actually good for them.
When it comes to drinking water, it can seem like walking through a field of landmines.
You’ve been told that’s it’s great for your health… as long as it doesn’t come from a plastic bottle.
And this latest study will only add to the confusion.
Because a non-profit organization called the Environmental Working Group has found that more than 100,000 cases of cancer could be caused by your tap water.
The study evaluated water quality profiles for nearly 50,000 community water systems. These kinds of systems provide water for the vast majority—86 percent—of houses in the U.S. (the rest are on well water).
The EWG found that exposure to these toxins causes four cancer cases out of every 10,000 people.
They were specifically assessing 22 carcinogenic contaminants that meet the national drinking water standards. That means that the government ALLOWS this amount of each contaminant to be in the water supply.
These include major toxins like arsenic, disinfection products, and radioactive contaminants.
The problem is that when the government is assessing risk, it only considers one contaminant at a time. And that’s a HUGE problem when it comes to your health.
Because to assess risk truly, you have to consider their combined effects… not their individual ones.
So let me say this one more time, differently… Tap water that complies with the national drinking water standards is responsible for more than 100,000 cases of cancer.
But if you can’t drink your tap water… and you can’t drink bottled water… what are you supposed to do?
The answer is simple.
Invest in a water filtration system for your home. High-quality ones like a reverse osmosis system will reduce your exposure to all of these toxins and more.
They’re not cheap, but they’ll save you money—and your health—in the long run. And that’s money well spent.