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FREEBEE: Super Simple Yet Effective Water Saving Tip PART III

Previously we published some simple water conservation tips you could do in your home and today we have a couple more which you can do in your garden. After all, 70% of our overall water usage is from outdoors. Water the garden in the morning or in the evening to avoid evaporation and water your lawn only when it is needed. If you step on the grass and it springs back up when you move, it doesn’t need water. If it stays flat, it does need water. Use a shut off nozzle on your hose. Place mulch around your plants in the garden to hold water in the soil. Mulch can also inhibit weed germination and growth while adding nutrition...

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FREEBIE: Water Saving Tips PART II

Did you know that flushing the toilet accounts for 30% of your household water use? It’s odd to think that something so sacred and vital to our very existence, something that people in countries all across the globe struggle for every single day of their life, has been exploited into becoming our very own ‘poop butler’. We’ve taken water for granted and it’s time we learn to respect and conserve our water. Here are a few simple things you can do today to help preserve one of our planet’s most valuable resources. Fix any leaks. Leaks alone account for about 8% of household water usage. If every household in America had a faucet that dripped once each second, 928 million...

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Mercury In Your Water?

Have you ever felt just a little “mentally slow” some days? There might be a simple but frightening answer… Science is beginning to uncover a hidden link between the common household chemical Mercury and our slowly deteriorating memory. Mercury is literally surrounding us every single day.  It is in our computers, our lightbulbs, even our children’s toys! The problem comes when this chemical leaches into our water supply from waste runoff and aquifer contamination. If left undisturbed Mercury is relatively harmless.  However, Mercury in liquid form gives off an invisible, odorless, toxic vapor… And it’s not much safer when it makes it way into our drinking water.  Mercury usually enters the Aquifer From Landfills and Croplands in a process called...

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Signs of Dehydration (Could Be You?)

Today, dehydration is actually a rising health concern…an estimated 75% of Americans have mild chronic dehydration! Okay, so what, ‘mild chronic dehydration’ doesn’t sound like such a big deal, right? Well, get this: Many of the chronic health conditions and so-called incurable diseases we see today are actually nothing but labels given to different stages of chronic dehydration. This is because symptoms of dehydration are hard to pin point. There are too many of them and over time, these not so obvious symptoms gradually build upon each other until a serious disease is diagnosed. Mild dehydration begins when the water level drops 2% below optimal level. Symptoms include: low energy, headaches, bodily aches and pains, trouble concentrating, fuzzy short term...

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Truth About Lead And Mercury In Your Drinking Water

What Is In Your Drinking Water? Did you know that the drinking water in North America is filled with numerous disease-associated heavy metals, such as Lead and Mercury? These two deadly metals could slowly be leading you down the path towards degenerative diseases such as cancer. The American Journal of Cardiology and The American Medical Association both confirmed that heavy metal toxicity is directly correlated with cardiovascular disease and cancer. These metals could build up in your vital organs and tissues and wreak havoc on your body: Lead: For years now The Environmental Working Group has been warning the public about the dangerous of Lead. Lead has been linked to delinquency, mental disturbances and lowered IQ, especially in children. According to...

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