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WARNING: Stay Away From ‘Raw’ Water


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This most current "wellness" craze can get you unwell. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, the hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us just what you assume in the comment area listed below.

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" High-profile Bay Area citizens are skipping tap water for drinking unfiltered, without treatment, as well as costly "raw" water that comes straight out of the ground, Nellie Bowles records for The New york city Times. Supporters assert that raw water's health and wellness advantages consist of naturally occurring minerals as well as microorganisms. However the fact for any type of inadequately treated water from the tap or a spring is that those minerals can often include arsenic, as well as those microorganisms can be lethal.

The trend is birthed of distrust for the general public water supply, Bowles writes– including the sanitation processes the water undergoes, the fluoride that's in some cases included in it, and also the lead pipelines that might bring it. But adding fluoride avoids dental cavity. (" There is no clinical proof that fluoride is a mind-control medicine, yet plenty to reveal that it helps oral health," Bowles creates.) And decontaminating water is vital for stopping the spread of unsafe infections, microorganisms, and bloodsuckers.

Actually, worlds have actually been trying to clean up their water products for centuries. As early as 1500 BCE, the ancient Egyptians are stated to have made clear over cast water making use of methods just like ones we make use of today, according to a report from the Environmental Protection Agency. "Sanskrit and Greek works recommended water treatment techniques such as filtering through charcoal, revealing to sunlight, steaming, as well as stressing," the record says."

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  1. Posted by Critical Eats Japan, at Reply

    Water they thinkin? 😉

    • Posted by DoctorCaptain., at Reply

      Critical Eats Japan nice

  2. Posted by BRANDEN BAILEY, at Reply

    I grew up in the country, and we had our own spring for water. Never got sick from it.

  3. Posted by Red Hood, at Reply

    Remember guys, there’s ALWAYS Seltzer Water! 💧

    • Posted by Ben Gilkes, at Reply

      Red Hood Is that you Kyle? Haha

    • Posted by Russian Fishing Expedition 2018, at Reply

      Thanks, Seltzie. Wanna get high?

  4. Posted by Thomas Oklahoma, at Reply

    LOL, Ana and Cenk are looking at water management issue through a American city boy’s perspective. Just remember, there is a difference between city, rural, ancient, modern, tribal community water management and it seems the Cenk and Ana don’t know the difference. Different lifestyles and societies don’t require the same management practices or regulation. Careless human intervention and animal farms creates more bacteria and pollution in the water supply than natural life or nature.

    The cleanest water on earth comes from natural spring creeks because it’s naturally filtered. In most areas on earth, you can just simply boil water that comes from lakes or glaciers to remove bacteria etc. Maybe it’s safe to avoid swamp water because swamps are like a natural filtering system that clean the regional environment so swamps may have bacteria, parasites etc., even so, just using simple boiling and filtering can clean most swamp water.

    In the larger towns and cities where it’s complex, industrialized and highly populated, a more regulated and managed complex water system is needed. In the rural areas, people tend to be more self-sufficient and live in less complex societies and infrastructure so they don’t effect the water supply much (outside of areas of mining, oil pipelines etc. that pollute land and water supply). In most cases, People in the rural areas just need simple filtering and boiling practices to clean their water.

    • Posted by Chris Mancakes, at Reply

      Between the fracking and the fluoride down there I’m curious what you’ll life expectancy is?

    • Posted by Belphegor Infinite, at Reply

      They’re putting hormones in your water that turns your frogs gay

    • Posted by Thomas Oklahoma, at Reply

      Dear Chris, what makes you think I’m from Oklahoma you dingy? Is it my last name? Well, the word Oklahoma is a Choctaw word, you know the Choctaw Native American People and their language. Choctaw means “red or reddish brown people”. I was born on a Reservation in the Midwest and grew up on two other reservations in the Southwest and Southeast where I have family.

      BTW, I’m against excessive mining, fracking and unnecessary over use of fluoride in water supply you troll. What is your point exactly?

    • Posted by DoctorCaptain., at Reply

      Thomas Oklahoma Very well put Thomas.

  5. Posted by Lord Yneh, at Reply

    There’s a reason we started treating water…pretty sure it wasn’t a whim but the thousands of years of waterborne diseases and parasites that occur with human and agricultural waste runoff.

    • Posted by WeLikeItLikeThis, at Reply

      Here in Canada, I’ve drank water right out of northern lakes and rivers. I’ve also eaten yellow snow, that’s how clean our water is up here..lol

    • Posted by Александр Александрович Алехин, at Reply

      If you drink raw water, you are a true boss!

    • Posted by Lord Yneh, at Reply

      Александр Александрович Алехин a boss of intestinal disease and or parasites perhaps. It was no needless whim that we started to do so. Or perhaps you would like to experience typhus, hepatitis A, cholera, E choli, or industrial chemicals running rampant in your guts. Personally, I’ve had salmonella. When you’re puking and have nonstop runs all at once, you’ll appreciate modern water treatment.

  6. Posted by trier4952, at Reply

    raw water, anti-vaxx, flat Earther …..

    Is it me, or are Americans getting more and more insane?

    • Posted by Jason Smith, at Reply

      trier4952 nah its a overcorrection and open rebellion to coportocracy and built distrust theyve earned. That and govt lying and NOT defending the people produced this

    • Posted by emlmm88, at Reply

      Don’t forget the climate change deniers.

  7. Posted by steven clark, at Reply

    madness nearly $40 dollars for 2 gallons of raw water..

  8. Posted by Lilitha11, at Reply

    Some natural sources of water may be safe, but it does require testing since there is so many ways nasty stuff can get into the water these days. Even in the past water could become contaminated but these days it is far worse with human pollution. Hopefully these companies are testing the water.

    • Posted by #countryboycansurvive, at Reply

      Millions of people across America are on well water (natural raw ground water) As long as it comes right from the ground, it is safer then anything you can get elsewhere. Long as it’s not in or near volcanic activity and smelling like sulfur your fine.

    • Posted by Lilitha11, at Reply

      That isn’t true, there are other factors involved. Most ground water is safe like you say, but it is entirely possible that it could be contaminated. Seeing as how the cost to test the water is pretty low, there is no reason to just leave it up to random chance.

  9. Posted by Smaakjeks K, at Reply

    “Cleanest water in the world! (…) Full of microbes and algae!”

  10. Posted by Sulfen, at Reply

    Don’t tell them that it’s dangerous. Let Darwin take care of them 🙂

  11. Posted by philpott kentucky, at Reply

    the moronic snowflake New Age hippie twats on this comment section are every bit as stupid and irrational as the alt-right is.

    • Posted by Ben Gilkes, at Reply

      haha so you’re a Clinton supporter then?!

  12. Posted by Johnzilla, at Reply

    “That’s my opinion on it.” lol. Thanks for clarifying that Cenk. I like your program but I think too often it consists of your opinion on a story, not necessarily backed up by any research figures. Not saying you guys are totally wrong here, but you ain’t 100% right in everything you’re saying either, just like these damn fools with their “raw” water.

    • Posted by sds606, at Reply

      At least he makes it known it’s his opinion, most people on the internet just say stuff and frame it as fact.

  13. Posted by trombonista92, at Reply

    I don’t see the issue, In Italy people always drive over to the mountain and take water from the spring.

  14. Posted by Aayesha Shaik, at Reply

    Now, whenever we go back to India, my family has to boil water especially for me, or we buy mineral water from the nearby shops, I never want to get Typhoid again ! It’s something you don’t want to mess with, it’s deadly you know.

  15. Posted by IronBahamut, at Reply

    Let them do it. Filters out the idiots from the gene pool

    • Posted by Viren vs, at Reply

      Best comment so far 😂

  16. Posted by Michael Berthelsen, at Reply

    What a lunatic…!

  17. Posted by Dave Cradle, at Reply

    Even by US standards, this is incredibly dumb.

    • Posted by Bill the Bastard, at Reply

      Liberal progressive hippies in California have standards of intelligence???

    • Posted by Jimmy bonez, at Reply

      hillbillies from the fly over states have no intelligence

  18. Posted by deadasfak, at Reply

    There’s truth in what the hipster guy said, and taking it right from the spring is not unhealthy. But it’s just not feasible with a large population. We have clean water in the cities, and we get our nutrients from other sources. And flouride is NOT a neurotoxin. That’s a conspiracy theory.

    • Posted by Rockyblack smith, at Reply

      Of course there is some truth to what he said. Lies are always easier to spread if you mix them with truths.

  19. Posted by Confettifun, at Reply

    Lets be honest, bay area rich white hipsters are not the best people to get your information from when it comes to life choices. Ive had to live with/ work for these people, they have no street smarts tbh