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Spring Water

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I get thirsty, a lot.  And when I do, I drink tap water.  My super health conscious friend recently advised I start drinking spring water instead.  I did, and I noticed the difference straight away.  I felt lighter and more well immediately, and it seems to be getting even better with time.  My under eyes are not dark anymore.

I think it is due to the heavy metals in tap water.

Would you be willing to try switching?

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18 thoughts on “Spring Water

  1. Is spring water bottled water? I worry about the plastic in them. Never realized the metal issue in tap water though. Thanks for this insight! 🙂

    1. Yeah. I worry about that too but I think it’s the lesser of two evils at the mo. One day I’d love to live somewhere with direct access to a real spring!

      1. Wow! You and me both. 🙂 thank you for speaking with me. 🙂

  2. After hurricane Florence I had to start drinking bottled water and it has made a noticeable difference. Even for my dogs.

    1. Sorry you all went through that. I’m glad something good came out of it! xox

  3. Drinking tap water is not really a thing where I come from. Good for you that you’ve changed.

      1. Such a beautiful county. We went to a festival in Lisbon about 10 years ago. Brilliant fun x

    1. It’s an idea eh! Are you well? Xxx

      1. I’m ok, thank you! How are you? Xxoixxoo ❤️

      2. I’m having a good day 🙂 Having a pizza! xxxx <3 <3 <3 Email catch up soon?

      3. Sounds great! ❤️🤗🤗☕️

  4. I have not willingly consumed tap water for over 30 years. I buy bottled water – the kind that has gone through reverse osmosis and at least once a week i also buy spring water or occasionally a bottle of mineral water like S. Pellagrino.

    for those who have thyroid issues – tap water is harmful because of the fluoride.

    blessings to you for drinking spring water.

    1. Great to hear a great outcome!!💓💛

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