What goes around comes around — especially with water. For optimal health, know your water and what the choices are to get the best drink in town. To help you understand your choices, here’s a primer to get a good, clean drink.
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Sound Consumer, August 2006
In 1945, Grand Rapids, Mich., became the first city in the world to add fluoride to its water supply — an effort meant to transform ordinary H²0 into a dental-health elixir. Since then, fluoride, a toxin with a purported heart of gold when it comes to protecting your teeth from decay, has been debated, doubted, defended, derided — and added to one water supply after another.
Once seen as a godsend for healthy food storage, refrigerators and plastic containers are now used without a second thought. From the dark ages to a world of ease, these devices, if used improperly, quickly become our bane.
Experts agree that good nutrition is necessary for proper physical development, and now research shows that good nutrition also is essential for proper social behavior.