Survival Health—Get The Drinking Water Book and Be Sure You’re Drinking Safe Water

You may already know you shouldn’t drink straight from the clear brook running by your campsite. Only God knows the bacteria and other microbial life it contains. That’s why you run that water through a filter or purifier before you drink any.

But what about the water that comes from your tap at home? What about the bottled water you think is safe to drink? Periodically news stories pop up telling about this or that study which shows all the horrible chemicals and drug residues in the water we assume is safe to drink. That’s why you need a water filter or purifier at home as well.

What are the long term effects of drinking the water you’re drinking now? Could it be making you ill and you don’t know it?

To really get a handle on what’s going on with our water, get a copy of The Drinking Water Book: How to Eliminate Harmful Toxins from Your Water, by Colin Ingram. It’s this week’s DestinySurvival Pick.

This book is in its second edition. The first edition was highly acclaimed when it came out almost 20 years ago. There was a need for this book in spite of the fact we take water quality for granted as part of civilized life. You’d think we’d be better at making sure our water is safe by now wouldn’t you?

Ingram wrote the book because he couldn’t find enough objective information on the safety of our water and the best consumer options. The Drinking Water Book discusses pollutants and their sources and the effectiveness of testing. Find out about bottled water and various home water treatment methods. Reviewers say this book is the best because it’s comprehensive and easy to read.

Buy The Drinking Water Book for yourself by clicking on its title wherever you see it linked in this post. You’ll be taken directly to the page where it’s featured, and you can order by adding it to your cart.

Be sure you’re drinking the most healthful water you can at home. Don’t pass up the opportunity to have useful knowledge for surviving when water quality is questionable wherever you are.

 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.