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Red Smoothie Detox Factor  Some of the contaminants found in various water systems have been shown to increase rates of cancer, affect fertility and cause a host of other physical problems. Bacterial outbreaks that affect municipal water systems are not uncommon. Without using water filters at home, there would be no way to avoid taking in these contaminants and any potentially dangerous bacteria.

When consumers use a filtering system for their drinking water, they can keep out many of these contaminants and avoid the harmful health effects they can cause. Many people also choose to use whole house filtering systems in order to keep contaminants from their shower and bath water. For children who may ingest bath water, this can be particularly important for avoiding chemicals that can impair their development.

Lead is often found in drinking water, and it's known to cause learning disorders in thousands of children in the U.S. every year. One of the worst of the water contaminants, lead can also cause miscarriages, kidney problems and brain damage if high levels are ingested. There are also links between lead exposure and cancer.

To get the best health benefits of water, it has to be as pure and clean as possible. Without water filters, drinking enough water may keep a person hydrated and feeling healthy, but it may also cause unforeseen side effects from pesticides and discarded pharmaceuticals in the water. Both types of chemicals are commonly found in drinking water that has not been put through a home filtering system.

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  Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 2:07:18 AM

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