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Posted: May 25 2012, 03:21 PM
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Joined: 1-May 07
See pgs 4-6 and 13-17!
MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE: I started drinking only this bottled water for a period of time (before I knew better), and my TSH level was increased (above normal) on my next blood test. That is the first time I ever had an above average TSH (Thyroid). I immediately stopped drinking this bottled water and started drinking filtered water (Berkey Light Water Filter) and in a few months my blood test showed my TSH back to normal. During this period, the bottled water was the only thing I had changed, so I know for a fact it was the bottled water that increased my TSH levels.
IMO, the plastic bottles leach plastics and get into your system. Also, even though low, this bottled water has fluoride in it. Plastics in your body can do harm, as does fluoride. We are surrounded by plastics, and so this is one you can avoid! IMO, this is a problem with all bottled water in plastics! Needless to say, I no longer use bottled water!
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