One of the main ways that the tens of thousands of toxins and contaminants enter your body is from the food you eat!
These toxins take the form of acidic herbicides and pesticides that are on the outside of non-organic vegetables and fruits.
That means that all the produce you consume that does not say “Organic” is saturated with these poisonous residues.
And just washing them off with tap water does not wash off these chemical poisons.
But the alkaline water produced by your Pitcher of Life not only washes these toxins off, it neutralized these herbicides and pesticides.
This includes the very over-used Monsanto Roundup – just try it and know the results will be hugely beneficial to your health!
Here’s how you do it:
Generate alkaline water in your Pitcher of Life and soak your veggies and fruits in the alkaline water for at least 20 minutes.
You know it’s working when you see the water change color to a brown and know your food is now healthier.
Now rinse your food with freshly generated alkaline water, knowing your have neutralized those toxic residue and washed them away!
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