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- Aug 3, 2017
What is the best at home filtration for my dogs and myself that won’t break the bank. I keep hearing Berkey?
Hello everyone, excited to help sprinkle some enlightened insights on water. Water ranks #1 on my list of "important to get right". #1 The system must be able to filter glyphosate and heavy metals. #2 it must "structure" the water, most systems do not. Tune in to the discussion in a few weeks on water for more details. #3 in an ideal world the system should produce molecular hydrogen #4 I prefer a system that does not require electricity to work (when the power goes down water is still made). Investing in a proper system is investing in the health of the entire family. Broke care is FAR more expensive!!!! The company I prefer also offers financing so the cost is under $50/month. Look forward to a deep dive on water in a few weeks Dr. Marlene SiegelWhat is the best at home filtration for my dogs and myself that won’t break the bank. I keep hearing Berkey?