6 Reasons that Children Should Drink Fresh, Distilled Water

Many contaminants found in tap water across the United States have been linked to cancer, developmental effects, learning disabilities, parasitic infections and intestinal disease. In 1993 the National Academy of Sciences detailed the primary reasons that children are more sensitive to the harmful effects of these chemicals:

  1. A DEVELOPING CHILD’S CHEMICAL exposures are greater pound-for-pound than those of adults.
  2. AN IMMATURE, POROUS BLOOD-BRAIN BARRIER allows greater chemical exposures to the developing brain.
  3. CHILDREN HAVE LOWER LEVELS of some chemical-binding proteins, allowing more of a chemical to reach “target organs.”
  4. A BABY’S ORGANS AND SYSTEMS are rapidly developing, and thus are often more vulnerable to damage from chemical exposure.
  5. SYSTEMS THAT DETOXIFY and excrete industrial chemicals are not fully developed.
  6. THE LONGER FUTURE LIFE SPAN of a child compared to an adult allows more time for adverse effects to arise.

Everything that goes into your child’s body, from formula, juices, drinks and even pasta, should be as pure as possible, or in other words it should be freshly distilled.

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