Yes very nice – you educate people with all your posts.
– Edna

Sandi thanks for sharing. It has been this past couple if years with reading your posts that has not only educated me with further knowledge, it has inspired me to look at the bigger picture more closely.. Much to my delight, it has promoted many more conversations on expanding health management and also the environmental implications around that. Many thanks Sandi.
– Monique K.

Your best, most cost effective choice of beverage is filtered tap water. I strongly recommend using a high-quality water filtration system unless you can verify the purity of your water. To be absolutely certain you are getting the purest water you can, you'll want to filter the water both at the point of entry and at the point of use. This means filtering all the water that comes into the house, and then filtering again at the kitchen sink. I currently use a whole house carbon-based water filtration system, and prior to this I used reverse osmosis (RO) to purify my water.     
– Dr Mercola