Based on Chapter 1 from The Beginners Guide to Natural Living by Larry Cook, host Zoe Simpson explains that using a reverse osmosis filter is an excellent way to remove chlorine and fluoride from your tap water. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Most home water filters on the market would not remove sodium fluoride from your tap water. However, reverse osmosis will, and will also effectively remove bacteria, viruses and parasites as well as chlorine. In fact, most of the modern units take out nearly all the toxins, gases and minerals. The way it works is tapped water is free filter to removed suspended matter and dissolve solids and then it is forced through a very fine semi-permeable membrane which separates pure water molecules from remaining contaminants. The purified water is then stored in a pressurized tank. When release, it passes to an activated carbon post filter ensuring the best possible taste. You can find to reverse osmosis filters at hardware stores and on the internet. If you like to learn more about why to filter your tap water, read this informative book, “The Beginners Guide to Natural Living”.

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