Toxic Water and Water Contamination Solutions

Information, Tests and Solutions to Improve Your Health and Water Quality

Is your water quality and contamination placing heavy metal toxicity and disease in your body?

Water quality and toxins may affect your health.

Water is our most precious commodity, never wears out, but it can become contaminated. The safety of our water can not be taken for granted and testing your water is an excellent way to monitor it.

Although water may look, smell and taste fine, it may be harmful to your health. Fortunately, it is possible to test and treat almost any water problem with proper treatment equipment and filters. This can be done safely, reliably, and at a reasonable cost.

About 75% of the Earth's surface is covered by water, but only about 0.7% of that is fresh water. The US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and treatment professionals work to ensure that our drinking water is safe, but contaminants can still enter the water supply.

The most common source of toxins include the pipes, connections and faucets in your home and office.

The U.S. Evironmental Protection Agency recommends that you test your water at least once a year. Regular testing is important if you are on an untreated well since the water quality is your responsibility.

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Provide you with accurate information, economical and effective tests
and products to evaluate your body and water for toxic metals and remove them if necessary.


Keith Bishop, Clincal Nutritionist, B.Sc. Pharmacy, Health Coach 

Keith D. Bishop
Clinical Nutritionist
B.Sc. Pharmacy
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