September 05, 2020

The world isn't as clean as it used to be.

Many pharmaceutical medicines, fish and other meat sources, food containers, and most importantly water in most places all have a some traces of heavy metals in them.

 Some heavy metals are good for us, like zinc, iron and copper.

The bad types are metals like mercury, fluoride, lead and aluminum.

These metals embed themselves in our central nervous system and bones and accumulate for years.

Too much heavy metal exposure can lead to:

  • Depression
  • Dementia
  • Insomnia
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Poor recovery from workout
  • Poor memory and learning
  • Digestive issues, such as IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)
  • Skin irritation
  • Autoimmune diseases

There are several precautions one should take in order to minimize our consumption of heavy metals. The most important one being the water we drink.

Depending where you live, tap water can contain various amounts of the heavy metals that effect us negatively.

And so it is up to us to address this issue in our own home and use an adequate filtration system to remove or reduce these heavy metals as much as possible.

In addition to a reverse osmosis filtration system with a vortex structure system, we love treating our water with chlorine dioxide drops, as it is also believed to also help reduce heavy metals in water.

We even go above and beyond and store our water in copper and glass containers, while playing 432hz sacred music. Giving our water a structure that is vibrant and healthy.

Making our water consumption a top priority in addressing our health issues will go a long way in eliminating fatigue and low energy.

When we are naturally energized, we tend to make better decisions throughout the day. Leading to better food choices and sleeping behaviors.


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