Brian Clement’s Number One Recommendation

2 Jul 2021
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Author: Hippocrates Team
Read time: 4 min
Category: Wellbeing

In 1972, Brian Clement, Co-Director of Hippocrates Institute, purchased a Pure Water Distiller to ensure that his family consumed only the cleanest water. His family has used it every day without fail for almost 50 years. They drank the water, made herbal infusions, nut milks, smoothies, and even made fresh homemade baby food with the pure water.

 

Brian says, “my Pure Water Distiller has been the best investment I’ve ever made.”

 

Certainly, it has been a wonderful financial investment because of the distiller’s durability and longevity, but Brian looks at investment in a different way; his family’s health.

 

Brian estimates that over the past 49 years, his distiller has produced more than 65,000 gallons of freshly distilled water for his family. All of this fresh, pure water went into his family’s bodies. 

 

More importantly though, Brian’s family did not consume the significant levels of toxins that were originally in this water.

 

Today’s tap water is not the same water our ancestors drank. Yes, they had to contend with biological contaminants in water sometimes, but never before in human history have humans had to deal with toxins such as highly refined chemicals and highly refined metals. 

 

We live in a toxic world. Think about all the household cleaners, solvents, gasoline, pesticides, lawn care chemicals, plastics, medicine and detergents are used just in your neighborhood each year. Then think about how many of these chemicals people in your city, your State, and the entire country use each year. Then consider the chemicals used in industry, and by the military. Each year, the US uses more than five billion pounds of chemicals, and this is on top of the 5 billion that were used last year, and the year before. It’s staggering.

 

Whether these chemicals are burned, dumped, spilled or flushed, eventually they end up in the rivers, lakes and underground aquifers that feed our water supply and ultimately our bodies. 

 

This water contamination problem is hidden from us though. How? Two ways…

 

First, municipal water systems are adept at producing palatable water, meaning that it looks good and it tastes good, but these systems do very little to remove toxins from water.

 

Second, and most importantly… 

 

When the government says that your tap water is “safe”, they are using the legal definition of the word “safe”, not the English language version of the word “safe”.

 

But they don’t tell you this. So when you hear the government say that your tap water is safe to drink, that does NOT mean that it does not contain dangerous chemicals, even in high quantities. 

 

In fact, of the thousands of possible contaminants in tap water, the government only tests for and regulates just over 100. The government does NOT know what is in your water at any given time, nor do you.

 

Here are three facts…

 

FIRST, our bodies were intended to drink safe, clean water that is free from toxins.

 

SECOND, it is your responsibility to ensure the safety of the water you and your family consume.

 

THIRD, it’s important to choose a treatment method that consistently produces high purity water. 

 

The best way to ensure that your water is pure is to use distillation—the process that replicates nature’s hydrological cycle and removes harmful chemicals. Water distillers are much more effective than filters or reverse osmosis systems, which produce limited and variable results. 

 

While there are multiple water distiller companies in the market, Brian’s personal experience with Pure Water Distillers gives us the confidence to wholeheartedly endorse them. 

 

Pure Water is a family-owned business in the Midwest. Their water distillers are made in the USA with heavy duty stainless steel and the finest quality components. We believe that a Pure Water Distiller should be at the top of the list for anyone who wants to be healthy.

 

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PURE WATER DISTILLERS. 

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