ADVERTORIAL: Here’s to life

2015-09-08 06:00

DO you suffer from obesity, excess body weight, asthma, allergies, diabetes, dyspepsia, colitis, heart problems, rheumatoid arthritis, backache, stress, depression, high blood pressure or high cholesterol?

You’re probably not sick, you’re thirsty.

Most people don’t drink enough water because their municipal water is full of chemicals, tastes terrible and bottle water is too expensive.

“Chlorine has so many dangers, it should be banned. Putting chlorine in water supply s like starting a time bomb. Cancer, heart trouble, premature sensitivity, both mental and physical are conditions attributable to chlorine treated water supplies. It is making us grow old before our time by producing symptoms of aging such as hardening of the arteries.

Chlorine is essentially bleach. What is delivered to our homes is a bleach solution. The municipality has no choice but to chlorinate our water to prevent cholera and typhoid. The chemicals they use, especially the disinfectant by products are toxic and need to be removed.

The good news is it will cost your family on about R3 a day to install a water purifier.

This will ensure that your family is drinking “totally safe” water that tastes as good as if not better than any bottled mineral water on the market. One litre of bottled mineral water will set you back about R12 per litre. With H20 you get an endless supply for about R3 per day.

Safeguard your family’s health and start purifying your tap water today. H20 International’s products are tried and tested over the last 18 years. There is nothing more important than the quality of water you drink. - Supplied

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