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The Water Awareness Project was started to help educate people on the importance of water in the health of our bodies, mind and spirit. There is so much research being done with water and healing the body of disease and pain yet Americans still consume more Pharmaceutical Drugs every year than the rest of the Industrialized Countries COMBINED. There are many bestseller books being written on the importance of PH balance in our bodies and the problems stemming from over Acidity and Oxygen deficiency caused by what we eat and more importantly what we DRINK. And even more crucial: the molecular structure, the PH and the Electron Levels of the Water we drink.

What is the water and liquids we are currently consuming doing to our bodies and more importantly to the bodies of our children? This is the question that could save you or your family or friends life. Come and have your water tested along with all the major bottled waters, distilled waters and tapwaters and learn exactly what the water you are consuming is doing to you and your family. Even showering in these toxic waters can cause all kinds of health issues because your body absorbs 8-10 glasses of water through the skin with every 10 minute shower.

The majority of people in this country are completely oblivious to these facts about water and the research that has been done on Bottled Water, Tap Water, Distilled Water, Purified Water and High Alkaline Water. Join us in our project to spread the awareness of the relationship between the water and liquids we consume and our overall health. Our Water Awareness Projects are Free and we encourage you to bring your friends and family to learn about our water in our communities and the health care crisis that is upon us as well as what we can do to protect ourselves and our loved ones. The Answer is in the Water.

With awareness and knowledge, there are options!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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