Friday, August 2, 2013

MedicalConspiracies- Shower filters do not work, here is why

This video was made to help people understand the difference between
chlorine and monochloramine.
Chlorine is easily removed from water while chloramine is not.
Some companies are marketing their KDF filters to people that have no
idea that there is another type of chlorine with ammonia added to it,
called monochloramine. Probably all the water plants in the near future
will convert to chloramines to meet government standards. The filter
companies are not telling people about this. People are using their
products to protect their families drinking a shower water for years
from chlorine while in some cases they have been ingesting chloramine.
When I asked the company why they wouldn't take the filters back in
exchange for a couple of filters for my gravity style machine they said
I should have known that they wouldn't work. I figure there are allot of
these people that don't know so I told them I'd help spread the word.
There are plenty of good filters out there that will work and you don't
need to buy these filter until the manufacture gets them improved to
handle chloramines. Just check it out before you buy. If you have one,
get the water checked or call the manufacture and ask them will their
product remove this dangerous chemical and if not why didn't they advise
you about it. I went to our water companies web site and checked the
water specs and found it there. I hope this helps you decide which
filter will work best for your needs. If you use an RO unit remember to
add mineral drops to your water as RO strips them out of the water and
your body needs minerals. Please leave a comment. Thanks

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