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  • WATER FILTER?

    For many years now I've been using a Waterwise system. The Waterwise 4000 is a countertop product, so compact and versatile that it’s widely used—with excellent results—by people around the world. I've used mine here in the United States, and in several African countries where water quality can be a major concern. The Waterwise is really easy to use and will ensure that you have a supply of fresh homemade distilled water no matter where you are. The distillation process removes EVERYTHING.  Since the unit requires no installation or hookups, the 4000 is an everywhere solution. You can move it around on countertops, so it works well regardless of the size of your kitchen. Simply fill the stainless steel boiler with tap water, press the start button, and soon you will enjoy the most deliciously pure and refreshing water you’ve ever had. It comes with a Glass collector/storage bottle. 

    ClaireT
  • WATER FILTER?

    Filters are good, but I don't believe there are any on the market that remove all impurities. For many years now I've had the practice of distilling the water that I consume in my household. Just seeing the "grunge" that's left in the bottom of the distiller is enough to convince me that it's a good practice. Several brands of water distillers are easy to find on the Internet. Use Google. They will cost you a little bit, but the benefits in terms of improved health and confidence that the water you're drinking doesn't have impurities – – well it's worth it.

    ClaireT
  • why are peanuts bad?

    This is an excellent and very important discussion. Peanuts (and many other types of nuts) are a wonderful source of protein and should be included in the diet of anyone seeking protein and increase fiber intake. The problem is that many people are allergic to nuts. In the most extreme cases this can cause anaphylactic shock and post possibly death. In less severe cases, people who have peanut allergies complain of itching, increased mucus production and runny noses, hives, and nausea. Anyone of these associated with eating peanuts should prompt a visit to your doctor for consultation. And it would be a good idea to avoid nuts until that consultation takes place. Lastly, let me know that I see some disinformation on previous posts. I don't believe that there is any scientific evidence linking nut allergies with immunizations.

    ClaireT