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Is Your WATER Giving You Cancer?

It may be the single biggest health lie our government is telling us today!

For years we’ve been told that our tap water is safe… and that the Environmental Protection Agency is making sure it’s free of chemicals that could make us sick.

What a load of BULL!

Because new research has found that the MAJORITY of Americans are drinking water that is LOADED with cancer-causing compounds.

And you need to act FAST to keep yourself and the people you love safe.

New research, published in the International Journal of Cancer, has found that our water is TEEMING with unhealthy levels of nitrates.

And these compounds can send your risk of colorectal cancer through the ROOF.

So what’s causing the problem?

You see, farms are using fertilizers with unsafe levels of nitrates.

And because of rain and irrigation, those nitrates are being carried off into surface waters and ground water we use for drinking.

And once these nitrates are in our bodies, they can develop into cancer-causing toxins.

A recent study looked at health data for more than 2.7 million Americans, and analyzed more than 200,000 water samples.

The results showed that more than 60 percent of the study subjects were consistently exposed to high levels of nitrates in their drinking water.

And those with the highest levels of nitrate exposure were 1.6 times more likely to develop colorectal cancer.

But here’s the bigger problem…

Researchers discovered that drinking water with nitrate levels above 3.87 mg/L increased your risk of colorectal cancer.

But the EPA sets a “safe” limit of 50 mg/L.

This means that the “acceptable” amount of nitrate exposure is nearly 13 times HIGHER than what is needed to cause cancer.

Like I said, the EPA isn’t looking out for us at all.

To find out more about your region’s groundwater nitrate level via the EPA website here.

And consider adding water filtration to your home – ion exchange and reverse osmosis systems can lower nitrate levels.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health