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How "Raw Water" Is Becoming A Trend In San Francisco

13 January 2018

Also, one of the most enthusiastic backers of raw water is Doug Evans, the guy behind Juicero, a $US399 ($511) machine that squeezed pre-filled bags of juice into cups.

Proponents of raw water contend that treatment and filtration strips beneficial nutrients which naturally occur in water and also attest that the fluoride commonly added to tap water is harmful to health. The reality, though, is one that could involve serious illnesses uncommon in modern America.

As per a report in The New York Times, Live Water in OR and Tourmaline Spring in ME have emerged in the last few years to deliver untreated water on demand.

It's this recommendation for people to collect their own water, that could result in negative health consequences for people who are unaware of the dangers of drinking unfiltered water, according to Jamin Brahmbhatt, a physician at Orlando Health.

In an interview with The New York Times, Mr. Singh said he believes that common drinking water contains "mind-control drugs". "We celebrate this ancient life source that humanity flourished from, since the beginning of our existence", the Live Water website says.

See the FDA's guidelines for bottled water here. That's because there is now a company that sells it called, you guessed it, Live Water.

Marler says that because filtered water is the norm, people may not realize how risky untreated water can be. "Raw water" basically means contaminated water.

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Many people are not so convinced about the validity of this fad.

In the ultimate badge of insufferable elitism sure to resonate with New York Times subscribers in California, Oregon and New York, he tells us "I haven't tasted tap water in a long time".

"Real water [should expire after a few months, and his water] stays most fresh within one lunar cycle of delivery".

Yes, science found a way to prevent all manner of diseases in drinking water, including algae.

Those who sell it hold that all this virginal unprocessed-ness is super good for you. Making up to 10 liters (2.6 gallons) of it a day, the water is put through a mineralized filter and diverted straight to the household's kitchen tap.

Doug Evans, who said he subsists on an organic, plant-based diet, said he has been drinking raw water for almost two decades now. (Ars Technica reports that the microbiology studies they cite don't support their claims and that "t$3 here is plenty of data showing that fluoride improves dental health, but none showing water-based mind control.") Don't drink it, ok? But spring water can contain lots of other things, like Guardia or e.coli.