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Sweet Taste

Stevia

Stevia on wikipedia

Real Milk

Real Milk

Water

Water Pollution Near You

Flouride

Flouride Action Network is an international coalition seeking to broaden public awareness about the toxicity of fluoride compounds and the health impacts of current fluoride exposures.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D Study

Sanitizing with Ozone

Ozone and Food Safety

Ozone Safe Food Inc.

NATURE-KLEEN Ozone Water Purifier & Food Sanitizer

Activated Oxygen

Safe and Pure Drinking Water With The lotus Water Treatment System

Ozone Food Sanitation

Bleach

Guidelines for the Use of Chlorine Bleach as a Sanitizer in Food Processing Operations

Copy of Guidelines for the Use of Chlorine Bleach as a Sanitizer in Food Processing Operations

Bleach Ingredients

Google cached page for Explain why bleach should not be used to wash produce at home.

Learn About Chemicals Around Your House Chlorine Bleach

Cleaning and Sanitizing With Bleach after an Emergency

Emergency Disinfection of Drinking Water

Food Safety For YOU!

Disinfecting Dishes, Cookware and Utensils Safety Guidelines After A Disaster

What You Need to Know When the Power Goes Out Unexpectedly

Oxygen soak

Colloidal Silver

Source: http://educate-yourself.org/cs/csarticle12.shtml

(This article was taken from Peter Lindeman's essay, Colloidal Silver: A Closer Look. )

The quality of your finished product depends entirely on the purity of the water you start with and the purity of the silver you start with. Most of the current literature suggests that only 99.9999% pure silver can be used. Most home brew systems use 99.9% pure silver. So, what is the difference? To find out, I contacted Academy Metals, a company in Albuquerque, New Mexico, that produces commercial silver. The total allowable impurities in 99.9% (.999 fine) silver is 1000 ppm or 1 part in 1000. These impurities and their maximums are 1) Copper, 800 ppm, 2) Lead, 250 ppm, 3) Iron, 200 ppm, and 4) Bismuth, 10 ppm. This product is readily available in wire form and costs about $3.00 above the market (spot) price of silver. When this product is used to make electro-colloidal silver at a concentration of 5 ppm, the total impurities from the silver drop to 4 ppb (parts per billion) copper, 1.25 ppb lead, 1 ppb iron, .05 ppb bismuth.

With all allowable impurities at these low levels, there is a reasonable argument for not being concerned. Still, sometimes small things make a big difference. 99.99% silver (.9999 fine) has total allowable impurities of 100 ppm of the same metals in the same ratios, and costs (in wire form) between $50-$90 above the spot price of silver. 99.999% silver (.99999 fine) has total allowable impurities of 10 ppm, and in wire form costs about $250 above the spot price. 99.9999% silver, in wire form, costs more than gold and is very difficult to find commercially.

In one sample of 10 ppm colloidal silver we sent out for total analysis (made with 99.9% silver electrodes), the primary impurities found were: 1) Sodium, 470 ppb, 2) Calcium, 260 ppb, 3) Manganese, 70 ppb, 4) Potassium, 50 ppb, and 5) Magnesium, 24 ppb. Since none of these impurities could have come from the silver, it suggests that the purity of the water should be of greater concern to the person making their own colloidal silver, than spending extra money on purer silver.

Surepure offers a complete range of specialty metals and fine chemicals.

Heart Attack

Heart Attack

Saturated Fat

Good News on Saturated Fat
Why does the A.H.A. continue to insist that saturated fat should be avoided, if these trials repeatedly show that high saturated fat diets lead to better cholesterol profiles than low-saturated fat diets?
This is an interesting question.

Homeopathic

Homeopathic Alternatives to Antibiotics

Stay Informed News Letters

Wester Traditions

Natural News

Mercola

Renegade Health


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