Drink Pure Water


One of the greatest gifts you can give yourself (and your body) is drinking pure water. When I’m talking about pure water I don’t mean the un-filtered tap water from your kitchen sink. By now most everyone knows that this water isn’t healthy for you. In many parts of the country you’re told to not use this water for your fish tank. If your gold fish can’t survive in tap water, what makes you think it is healthy for you? It’s not!

The chlorine, industrial pollutants, and agricultural pollutants that can be found in the tap water from your local water company should not be going into your body.

There are other choices when it comes to the water you drink:

Steam distilled water is best for when you are on a cleanse and detoxification program as it can help draw impurities and toxins out of your body.

On a more regular basis you can use reverse osmosis or charcoal filtered water. At the very least get a Brita filter or pitcher system and start removing the pollutants from your water. There are many systems and services out there from complete home filtration systems to simple filters that you attach to the tap on your kitchen sink. Do the research and see what will work best for you and your budget…but do something today to start filtering and purifying your water. For more information on water, the importance of water, and simple filtration systems you can read Rob Northrup’s blog at http://simplesurvivalguide.com/blog/

Once you start filtering your water start drinking at least a quart (32 ounces) a day. This is a minimum…your goal should be to work up to 1/2 your body weight in ounces of water a day. If you weigh 150lbs you should aim for drinking 75 ounces of pure water a day.

The next step in your “pure water drinking plan” should be “structuring” your water. By that I mean boosting the power of your water with super foods and super greens in a product like Supreme Greens – http://www.abundanthealthcenter.com/item/Supreme-Greens-with-MSM—Powder-54.  By “structuring” your water with Supreme Greens you’re literally creating a salad on the go!  This is the level of drinking pure water that I hope you will stive to achieve.

Yours In Health!

G.E. Moon II

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11 Responses to “Drink Pure Water”

  1. Rae & Mark says:


    It seems that everybody has different recommendations on how much water you should drink per day.

    Is there such a thing as a definitive guideline?

    Rae & Mark
    Gazebo Swing

  2. Alam Ghafoor says:

    I try to drink about 2 litres a day.Is this too much?


  3. Pure water is the most essential component of health and fitness. Everyone should have some sort of filtration system for their drinking water and drink plenty of pure water throughout the day.


  4. I’m fortunate to live in Rome where the drinking water coming from the aquifers, although no longer via the ancient aquaducts, is still healthy and pure

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  5. Eva Palmer says:

    I think I am very lucky because water is my favorite drink. I know several people that just hate water. Tey will drink almost anything except clean pure water. I have no idea how that can be possible…

  6. Hi Gary,

    What an excellent point about drinking not only plenty of water, but the right kinds of water for our health. I will definitely go read up about structured water. I do eat super food greens, but I had never before heard of the term “structured water” and like that for describing it. That sounds very helpful to have the terminology for supporting health and longevity.

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    Dating After 40 Expert

  7. Living here in the desert has really emphasized how much water I need to drink every day.
    Currently trying a filtered water pitcher approach but the filters sure don’t last very long and are rather expensive.

    Have you given any thought to doing an article on the benefits of an in-line under the sink filter system versus just using a filtered water pitcher?

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  8. Drinking lots of water sure seems like a good idea. I know I do not feel as good a usual when I forget.

  9. Dennis Perry says:

    Great advice Gary. I have been a committed reverse osmosis user for several years. Its hard to drink water now if it didn’t come through my RO filters.

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  10. You make a great point about the quantity of water most people need. When I work with people with asthma, I encourage them to drink at least half their body weight in water each day. It can really make a difference for them in terms of their symptoms. I also find that drinking plenty of water boosts my energy levels.

    Karen Van Ness

  11. Gosia says:

    You are doing great job with this blog, Gary!!!
    Your tips on how to stay healthy are really good and not so hard to do. I will keep your tips in mind everyday.
    Thanks for great advice!!!