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Drinking Clean Water?

If you are considering the water you drink, here is food for thought on selecting spring water with the lowest total dissolved solids (ie. sludge)in it. Canadian Glacier and Chippewa Springs Water from WI apparently have a low TDS.

Date:   11/16/2008 4:37:14 PM   ( 13 y ) ... viewed 2359 times

I am reading The Diet Cure by Julia Ross and found a point of interest I would like to share: Apparently, spring water low in TDS is the better choice over tap and carbonated water. Tap water has chlorine and flouride both of which are hard on the organs.

The TDS in water is the total dissolved solids such as sludge that can be present. Higher quality bottled waters print their TDS in parts per million (ppm) in their labels. Julia Ross recommends brands like Canadian Glacier and Chippewa Springs Water from Wisconsin that have TDS ratings below 100 pp.

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