How to Find What Toxins Are In Your Water


May I suggest that you navigate to this site, enter your Zip Code and check out what toxins are in YOUR WATER? If you find Hexavalent Chromium listed, please consider getting a Reverse Osmosis Water Filter, with Mineral Replacement… It is the ONLY WATER FILTER that can remove this Cancer Causing Chemical.

About Emi Miller

Emi Miller has practiced Integrative Holistic Medicine for thirty years. She is a Registered Nurse, Nationally Certified Holistic Nurse, NCCAOM Certified Asian Bodywork Therapist, Licensed Acupuncturist, Doctor of Naturopathy, and an Interfaith, Stephen Minister. Emi is also a meditation teacher and Pastoral Care Counselor. She has been a student of the world's Spiritual traditions for more than fifty years, and blessed to receive wisdom from many Masters and Saints. She is dedicated to helping bring forth unity of the world's religious Ideals, and the reality of the One Creator of All. Besides her writing and studying the sacred religious traditions, Emi enjoys long walks by the ocean, music and theatre, taking journeys and discovering beauty in natural places, and visiting with good friends and family.
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2 Responses to How to Find What Toxins Are In Your Water

  1. Good Day Emi,
    Thursday July 27
    I was doing some research on glucosomine for my dogs, I am not sure how I came across your sight, but glad I did. Oh I was looking up the definition of microcry stalline cellulose. Because I am possibly interested in giving organic glucosamine to my dogs. They get turmeric every day. Have you done any research on an organic glucosamine?
    Thanks for your time
    Victoria Shaw

    • Emi Miller says:

      Hi Victoria, Most glucosamine for humans is manufactured by processing the shells of shellfish including shrimp, lobsters, and crab, although there are also vegetarian sources as well. Fish are considered organic, and it does not have to be designated as such. Glucosamine is an amino sugar and should be the same regardless if it’s in a human or dog supplement. However, many human supplements can contain ingredients that may be unsafe for your dog. Some ingredients that humans use daily can be fatal to dogs. Sources For Glucosamine for dogs are listed as: Shellfish shells (lobster, shrimp, crab) Beef trachea, Chicken feet, and Pork tails. So if you are thinking your dogs would benefit from adding Glucosamine to their diet, best to check with your Vet as to the best sources and dosages, which may vary according to weight, type and age. Hope this is helpful. — all the best, Emi

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