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ZEOLITE, NATURE'S RADIATION REMOVAL MINERAL: Zeolites are a class of unique natural minerals that have a high ability to adsorb impurities from the water, discourage bacteria, eliminate ammonia and help maintain an alkaline PH.  Various zeolite structures posses different affinity or attraction for specific elements via the principle of ion exchange.  The Pure Effect Zeolite in our water filters is specially cleansed and activated to yield maximum radiation absorption potential.  This unique mineral has an attraction for the Cesium-134, 137, Strontium-90 and various other Radioactive isotopes.  When the radioisotopes in water and Zeolite make contact, the Zeolite releases it's "less-preferred" non-radioactive ions of Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium and other natural minerals and electrolytes, in exchange for absorbing radioactive ones.   Zeolite has been used throughout the world by Nuclear Facilities In Britain and USA, as well as during the Chernobyl disaster in Ukraine, to block, absorb, and eliminate radiation from the environment and particularly, the drinking water supply, and now this technology is available for home drinking water filtration.
HOW DO YOU REMOVE RADIATION FROM WATER?:  Pure Effect water filters can remove a large amount of radiation from the water via a specially formulated Zeolite, KDF, and Activated Carbon combination which possesses capabilities to attract and adsorb radioactive particles (radionuclides) such as Plutonium, Cesium-137,134, Iodine-131, Strontium-90 and other positively charged ions. Tap Water Radiation is a growing concern here in the USA and around the globe, there are various news reports that radiation from Japan has reached various US water supplies of at least 13 major cities, and many are asking:  How do I remove radiation from water? and What is the best water filter to remove radiation?  We have the answer:  Protect your water supply with our Pure Effect Anti-Radiation Filters, learn how our Pure Effect Ultra & Classic Filtration Systems can effectively reduce or remove a large amount of radiation from your tap water.   Order a pure effect system today and have peace of mind that radiation, fluoride, pharmaceuticals, heavy metals and other contaminants will be effectively filtered out.  Pure Effect does not source any components from China to ensure superior quality and effectiveness of the systems.
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ULTRA | Countertop Fluoride, Radiation, Heavy Metal, Chem and Micro-Sediment Water Filter / Revitalizer

I. CHEMICALS: (Wide-Range, Large-Capacity)
a. Fluoride / Arsenic / Lithium 
b. Chlorine 
c. Chloramine 
d. Drug Residues 
e. Hydrogen Sulfide 
f. Herbicides/Pesticides 
g. Volatile Organics (VOCs)** 
h. Synthetic Organics (SOCs)** 
i. Hormone/Endocrine Disruptors (EDCs)**
j. THMs**, MTBE** 

*Addresses the major radioisotopes from Fukushima Disaster.   
a. Cesium-137 /134 
b. Strontium-90 
c. Iodine-131 
d. Plutonium 
e. Radon 
f. Cerium-144 
g. Rubidium-106 
h. Cobalt-60 
i. Uranium 
j. Zr/NB 
k. Alpha Particles

a. Mercury
b. Barium
c. Lead  
d. Aluminum 
e. Copper 
f. Cadmium 
g. Hexavalent Chromium & other + charged metal ions.
a. Sediment (suspended particles) 
b. Silica
c. Cysts 
d. Parasites
e. Bacteria*

a. Raises/Balances PH to Alkaline. 
b. Supports Natural Minerals.
c. Supports Natural Electrolytes.
d. Improves Negative Redox (Antioxidant potential of water).
e. Discourages bacterial/fungal growth.
f. Works without electricity.
g. "Instant & Constant" Fresh Water Flow.
h. Easy & Quick Install.

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B. Gravity Filters     


What On Earth Is Happening - radio podcast w/guest: Fernando Salguero from Survive And Thrive 
Topics: Water Purification, Water's role in our lives, Toxin and contaminants in our water, Water Distillation, Reverse Osmosis, Survival, Solutions
Fluoride Explained in 10 minutes (hydroflourosilic Acid)

Flow- Water Privatization - Full

The Fluoride Deception is the latest mini documentary from Mike Adams, executive director of the Consumer Wellness Center. Through the use of animation and motion graphics, it exposes the truth about where fluoride really comes from: The toxic byproducts of the phosphate mining industry.
Full transcript available at

Fluoride is a deadly poison!
By Joel Griffiths and Chris Bryson

Evidence Of Fraud In The Matter Of Water Fluoridation


This includes: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, and Switzerland. (While some European countries add fluoride to salt, the majority do not.) Thus, rather than mandating fluoride treatment for the whole population, western Europe allows individuals the right to choose, or refuse, fluoride.
All other treatment chemicals are added to treat the water (to improve the water’s quality and safety – which fluoride does not do). This is one of the reasons why most of Europe has rejected fluoridation. For instance:
  • In Germany, “The argumentation of the Federal Ministry of Health against a general permission of fluoridation of drinking water is the problematic nature of compulsion medication.”
  • In Belgium, it is “the fundamental position of the drinking water sector that it is not its task to deliver medicinal treatment to people. This is the sole responsibility of health services.”
  • In Luxembourg, “In our views, drinking water isn’t the suitable way for medicinal treatment and that people needing an addition of fluoride can decide by their own to use the most appropriate way.”
Although some proponents claim that fluoride cannot be a medicine because it occurs “naturally” (at very low levels), the U.S. Food & Drug Administration has confirmed that fluoride is a drug when used to prevent, treat, or mitigate a disease.
When water fluoridation began in the 1940s and ’50s, dentists believed that fluoride was a “nutrient” that needed to be swallowed in order to be most effective. This belief, however, has now been discredited by an extensive body of modern research. (1-3)
According to the National Academy of Sciences, fluoride is not a nutrient (i.e., humans do not need fluoride for the prevention of any disease, including tooth decay). (1) Moreover, the Centers for Disease Control has now conceded that fluoride’s “predominant effect” is “topical” (3). In other words, any benefits that accrue from the use of fluoride, come from the direct application of fluoride to the outside of teeth (after they have erupted into the mouth) and not from ingestion. There is no need, therefore, to expose all other tissues to fluoride by swallowing it (as inevitably occurs when fluoride is added to water).
In November of 2006, the American Dental Association (ADA) advised that parents should avoid giving babies fluoridated water (4). Although the ADA has since backtracked on this recommendation, many dental researchers have made similar recommendations over the past two decades (5).
Babies exposed to fluoride are at high risk of developing dental fluorosis - a permanent tooth defect caused by fluoride damaging the cells which form the teeth (6). The fluorosis caused during infancy will often appear on the child’s most cosmetically important teeth (the front two teeth), (6) which may embarrass the child and cause other forms of social distress (7).
Other tissues in the body may also be affected by early-life exposures to fluoride. According to a review published in the medical journal The Lancet, fluoride may damage the developing brain, causing learning deficits and other problems (8). A more recent review by a team of Harvard scientists found that elevated levels of fluoride exposure during early childhood have repeatedly been correlated with reduced IQ (9).
By adding fluoride to everyone’s tap water, many infants and other at-risk populations will be put in harm’s way. This is not only wrong, it is unnecessary. As western Europe has demonstrated, there are many equally effective and less-intrusive ways of delivering fluoride to people who actually want it. For example:
  • Topical fluoride products such as toothpaste and mouthrinses (which come with explicit instructions not to swallow) are readily available at all grocery stores and pharmacies. Thus, for those individuals who wish to use fluoride, it is very easy to find and very inexpensive to buy.
  • If there is concern that some people in the community cannot afford to purchase fluoride toothpaste (a family-size tube of toothpaste costs as little as $2 to $3), the money saved by not fluoridating the water can be spent subsidizing topical fluoride products (or non-fluoride alternatives) for those families in need.
  • The vast majority of fluoride added to water supplies is wasted, since over 99% of tap water is not actually consumed by a human being. It is used instead to wash cars, water the lawn, wash dishes, flush toilets, etc.
Whereas fluoride’s benefits come from topical contact with teeth, its risks to health (which involve many more tissues than the teeth) result from being swallowed.
Adverse effects from fluoride ingestion have been associated with doses attainable by people living in fluoridated areas. For example:
Risk to the brain. According to the National Research Council (NRC), fluoride can damage the brain. Animal studies conducted in the 1990s by EPA scientists found dementia-like effects at the same concentration (1 ppm) used to fluoridate water, while human studies have found adverse effects on IQ at levels as low as 0.9 ppm among children with nutrient deficiencies, and 1.8 ppm among children with adequate nutrient intake. (10-13)
Risk to the thyroid gland. According to the NRC, fluoride is an “endocrine disrupter.” Most notably, the NRC has warned that doses of fluoride (0.01-0.03 mg/kg/day) achievable by drinking fluoridated water, may reduce the function of the thyroid among individuals with low-iodine intake. Reduction of thyroid activity can lead to loss of mental acuity, depression and weight gain (14)
Risk to bones. According to the NRC, fluoride can diminish bone strength and increase the risk for bone fracture. While the NRC was unable to determine what level of fluoride is safe for bones, it noted that the best available information suggests that fracture risk may be increased at levels as low 1.5 ppm, which is only slightly higher than the concentration (0.7-1.2 ppm) added to water for fluoridation. (15)
Risk for bone cancer. Animal and human studies – including a recent study from a team of Harvard scientists – have found a connection between fluoride and a serious form of bone cancer (osteosarcoma) in males under the age of 20. The connection between fluoride and osteosarcoma has been described by the National Toxicology Program as “biologically plausible.” Up to half of adolescents who develop osteosarcoma die within a few years of diagnosis. (16-19)
Risk to kidney patients. People with kidney disease have a heightened susceptibility to fluoride toxicity. The heightened risk stems from an impaired ability to excrete fluoride from the body. As a result, toxic levels of fluoride can accumulate in the bones, intensify the toxicity of aluminum build-up, and cause or exacerbate a painful bone disease known as renal osteodystrophy. (20-23)
The chemicals - fluorosilicic acid, sodium silicofluoride, and sodium fluoride – used to fluoridate drinking water are industrial waste products from the phosphate fertilizer industry. Of these chemicals, fluorosilicic acid (FSA) is the most widely used. FSA is a corrosive acid which has been linked to higher blood lead levels in children. A recent study from the University of North Carolina found that FSA can – in combination with chlorinated compounds - leach lead from brass joints in water pipes, while a recent study from the University of Maryland suggests that the effect of fluoridation chemicals on blood lead levels may be greatest in houses built prior to 1946. Lead is a neurotoxin that can cause learning disabilities and behavioral problems in children. (24-28)
Even proponents of water fluoridation admit that it is not as effective as it was once claimed to be. While proponents still believe in its effectiveness, a growing number of studies strongly question this assessment. (29-54) According to a systematic review published by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, “The magnitude of [fluoridation's] effect is not large in absolute terms, is often not statistically significant and may not be of clinical significance.” (41) For example:
No difference exists in tooth decay between fluoridated & unfluoridated countries. While water fluoridation is often credited with causing the reduction in tooth decay that has occurred in the US over the past 50 years, the same reductions in tooth decay have occurred in all western countries, most of which have never added fluoride to their water. The vast majority of western Europe has rejected water fluoridation. Yet, according to comprehensive data from the World Health Organization, their tooth decay rates are just as low, and, in fact, often lower than the tooth decay rates in the US. (30, 40, 49)
Cavities do not increase when fluoridation stops. In contrast to earlier findings, five studies published since 2000 have reported no increase in tooth decay in communities which have ended fluoridation. (42-46)
Fluoridation does not prevent oral health crises in low-income areas. While some allege that fluoridation is especially effective for low-income communities, there is very little evidence to support this claim. According to a recent systematic review from the British government, “The evidence about [fluoridation] reducing inequalities in dental health was of poor quality, contradictory and unreliable.” (53) In the United States, severe dental crises are occurring in low-income areas irrespective of whether the community has fluoride added to its water supply. (54) In addition, several studies have confirmed that the incidence of severe tooth decay in children (“baby bottle tooth decay”) is not significantly different in fluoridated vs unfluoridated areas. (32, 37, 47) Thus, despite some emotionally-based claims to the contrary, water fluoridation does not prevent the oral health problems related to poverty and lack of dental-care access.
Rather than being particularly beneficial to low-income communities, fluoridation is particularly burdensome and harmful. For example:
Low-income families are least able to avoid fluoridated water. Due to the high costs of buying bottled water or expensive water filters, low-income households will be least able to avoid fluoride once it’s added to the water. As a result, low-income families will be least capable of following the recommendation that infants should not receive fluoridated water. This may explain why African American children have been found to suffer the highest rates of disfiguring dental fluorosis in the US. (55)
Low-income families at greater risk of fluoride toxicity. In addition, it is now well established that individuals with inadequate nutrient intake have a significantly increased susceptibility to fluoride’s toxic effects. (56-59) Since nutrient deficiencies are most common in low-income communities, and since diseases known to increase susceptibility to fluoride are most prevalent in low-income areas (e.g. end-stage renal failure), it is likely that low-income communities will be at greatest risk from suffering adverse effects associated with fluoride exposure. According to Dr. Kathleen Thiessen, a member of the National Research Council’s review of fluoride toxicity: “I would expect low-income communities to be more vulnerable to at least some of the effects of drinking fluoridated water.” (59)
Unlike when water fluoridation first began, Americans are now receiving fluoride from many other sources* besides the water supply. As a result many people are now exceeding the recommended daily intake, putting them at elevated risk of suffering toxic effects. For example, many children ingest more fluoride from toothpaste alone than is considered “optimal” for a full day’s worth of ingestion. According to the Journal of Public Health Dentistry:
“Virtually all authors have noted that some children could ingest more fluoride from [toothpaste] alone than is recommended as a total daily fluoride ingestion.” (60)
Because of the increase in fluoride exposure from all sources combined, the rate of dental fluorosis (a visible indicator of over-exposure to fluoride during childhood) has increased significantly over the past 50 years. Whereas dental fluorosis used to impact less than 10% of children in the 1940s, the latest national survey found that it now affects 41% of adolescents. (61-62)

Did you know that there is Fluoride & Aluminum in Black & Green Tea? Recently I came across an article that states that Green & Black Teas does more harm then benefits… it's very high in fluoride content! Fluoride in tea is much higher than the Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) set for fluoride in drinking water. 

Also contains Aluminum! Be use discernment on this very insightful information titled: Green Tea, Fluoride & the Thyroid, it’s a bit lengthy but well worth reading.

Informative Links:
CDC (Center for Disease Control) 

Oral Health Data Systems
My Water's Fluoride
Safe, effective prevention of tooth decay for people of all ages: Know if your water is optimally fluoridated.

My Water’s Fluoride allows consumers in currently participating states to learn the fluoridation status of their water system.

The best source of information on fluoride levels in your water system is your local water utility. All water utilities must provide their consumers with a Consumer Confidence Report that provides information on a system’s water quality, including its fluoridation level. The state drinking water administrator or state oral health program also should be able to help you identify the fluoride level of your drinking water.

Optimal fluoride levels recommended by the U.S. Public Health Service and CDC for drinking water range from 0.7 parts per million (ppm) for warmer climates to 1.2 ppm for cooler climates to account for the tendency for people to drink more water in warmer climates.

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This page was last reviewed by CDC on October 28, 2008. The data presented are the most recent provided by the state.

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