How To Remove Chlorine, Fluoride, and other dangerous chemicals, toxins from your drinking water with EDMARK'S GOOD LIFE WATER SYSTEM with 7 FILTERS

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“A famous verse once said – You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free. What I am about to present to you may be hard to swallow, might open your eyes to important realities of healthy living.” “Clean water is one of the most important needs of our bodies. It is a sad fact that something as essential to life as clean drinking water can no longer be granted to us. Unsafe water is not just a third world (Asia and Africa) problem but also for highly industrialized countries like (North America and Europe).”

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“Like I said in my introduction, ill be discussing truth which may be inconvenient at first but will definitely free you from disease and illnesses (both physically and financially). The first inconvenient truth about our drinking water is the issue of scarcity or shortage.

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Shortage - About 10 years ago, UNEP (United Nations Environment Program) concluded that water scarcity in the world is one of the two biggest concerns for the century to come. The only other big problem identified by UNEP is global warming. This conclusion was based on the research of 200 scientists from over 50 countries. Over two thirds of our water use currently goes to agriculture. According to the World Water Council, we will require 17 percent more water for this purpose by 2020, which is where most of the water scarcity in the world will come from.

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According to UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund) and WHO’s (World Health Organization) study entitled “Progress on drinking water and sanitation. Special Focus on Sanitation.” “Over 800 Million or 1 in 5 don’t have any access to safe drinking water.”

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“Furthermore our water sources are under pressure. It probably won’t be the first time you’ll hear that we have a limited supply of water in the world. Sure, more than two thirds of the world’s surface is water, but the majority of that is too salty to be used. Water that can be used for our daily lives and most importantly, for agriculture, is not in an infinite supply. What we are talking about here is the drinking water scarcity in the world.”

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“Soaring global groundwater over-pumping will lead to a potential disaster”, says Marc Bierkens of Utrecht University in Utrecht, the Netherlands, and leader of the new study. "If you let the population grow by extending the irrigated areas using groundwater that is not being recharged, then you will run into a wall at a certain point in time, and you will have hunger and social unrest to go with it," Bierkens warns. "That is something that you can see coming for miles."  

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The water stored in the ground can be compared to money kept in a bank account. If you withdraw money at a faster rate than you deposit new money you will eventually start having account-supply problems. Pumping water out of the ground faster than it is replenished over the long-term causes similar problems. The volume of groundwater in storage is decreasing in many countries of the world in response to pumping. Groundwater depletion is primarily caused by sustained groundwater pumping. Some of the negative effects of groundwater depletion: drying up of wells reduction of water in streams and lakes deterioration of water quality increased pumping costs land subsidence

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About 3 Billion people are living in water stress countries by 2025. Freshwater stress and scarcity in Africa by 2025. According to Population Action International, based upon the UN medium population projections of 1998, more than 2.8 billion people in 48 countries will face water stress or water scarcity conditions by 2025. An area is experiencing water stress when annual water supplies drop below 1700 m3 per person. Water scarcity means that the annual water supply is below 1000 m3 per person. This graphic shows which African nations are expected to be experiencing water stress, and which are expected to be facing water scarcity, by the year 2025. It also includes a graphic which shows that as the world's population continues to grow, a higher proportion of the population will be affected by water stress and water scarcity.       NOTES TO TRAINERS: Sources: United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), Addis Ababa; Global Environment Outlook (GEO) 2000, Population Action International.

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“The next question that we need to ask ourselves is this, what is the current state of the 1/150th of one percent of total water?” The answer is even more disturbing because of 75% of Africa’s drinking water comes from groundwater and is often used with little or no purification. Water contaminated by microbiological pollutants spread diseases such as dysentery, cholera and typhoid. Chemical contaminants, including those naturally found in the underlying bed rock, can also cause disease and developmental problems, and can adversely affect agricultural yields and industrial processes. Many important water bodies, which provide water for drinking, washing and irrigation for many thousands of local inhabitants, are showing unacceptable levels of potentially toxic substances. These include heavy metals, persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and biological contaminants. These pollutants originate from a variety of sources, including local industries and domestic waste water. Every day, 2 million tons of sewage and industrial and agricultural waste are discharged into the world’s water (source: UN WWAP or World Water Assessment Programme 2003), the equivalent of the weight of the entire human population of 6.8 billion people.   The UN estimates that the amount of wastewater produced annually is about 1,500 km3, six times more water than exists in all the rivers of the world. (UN WWAP 2003).

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“In another report by UN, a child dies from water-related disease every 15 seconds.”

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Water is typically referred to as polluted when it is impaired by anthropogenic contaminants and either does not support a human use, such as drinking water, and/or undergoes a marked shift in its ability to support its constituent biotic communities, such as fish. Natural phenomena such as volcanoes, algae blooms, storms, and earthquakes also cause major changes in water quality and the ecological status of water. Surface water and groundwater have often been studied and managed as separate resources, although they are interrelated. Surface water seeps through the soil and becomes groundwater. Conversely, groundwater can also feed surface water sources. Sources of surface water pollution are generally grouped into two categories based on their origin. Point sources Point source water pollution refers to contaminants that enter a waterway from a single, identifiable source, such as a pipe or ditch. Examples of sources in this category include discharges from a sewage treatment plant, a factory, or a city storm drain. Non–point sources Non–point source (NPS) pollution refers to diffuse contamination that does not originate from a single discrete source. NPS pollution is often the cumulative effect of small amounts of contaminants gathered from a large area. A common example is the leaching out of nitrogen compounds from fertilized agricultural lands. Nutrient runoff in stormwater from "sheet flow" over an agricultural field or a forest are also cited as examples of NPS pollution. Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/water-pollution#ixzz1ZExEIoxc

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Ideally, drinking water should be, clear, colorless, and well aerated with no unpalatable taste or odor. It should contain no suspended matter, harmful chemical substances or pathogenic micro-organisms”. Despite these guidelines our water supplies come to us at the point of consumption with many undesirable qualities. Our water resources are under attack! Industrial contamination of our water resources may become the single biggest issue we will have to deal with in order to sustain life on Earth.  As we battle with droughts, climate change & an ever-growing population, demand for quality drinking water has never been greater. Our governments have a duty to provide us with water that is safe to drink, however the water quality at the point of consumption may not always be complimentary for our short or long-term health. I regularly receive updates relating to boil water alerts put out by local governments due to contamination issues. This is a growing concern & it is likely our water resources will continue to deteriorate. Contaminants including: heavy metals, chemicals such as chlorine & pesticides, bacteria, cysts, organic & in-organic compounds all can be present in our drinking water. Just some of these include: •  Chlorine – Used for the treatment of water supplies to eliminate many waterborne diseases. •  Bacteria – Despite initial treatments some unwelcome forms of bacteria can still propagate between initial treatment facilities & the domestic or commercial water source. •  Organic chemicals – Many of these originate from pesticides, weed killers, commercial & domestic waste. •  Aluminium – There are clear links between aluminium & Alzheimer’s disease.  Also raises the acidity of water allowing it to absorb greater levels of lead, cadmium, copper & other heavy metals from piping systems. •  Mercury – More likely to effect people that use a natural water source it can cause ulcers, skin irritations, dental problems, internal bleeding, liver & kidney damage. •  Polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) – Originating from cast iron or mild steel pipelines which have been treated with asphalt or bitumen coating to prevent corrosion & are believed to be carcinogenic. •  Fluoride – Added to many water sources to reduce tooth cavities. The addition of fluoride to municipal water is banned in many nations & it is debated as being in contradiction of the Geneva Convention, as being mass medication without prescription. Linked to many long-term health defects. In high doses is lethal. •  Cadmium – Accumulates in the body over a long period & may cause stomach cramps, kidney & liver damage. •  Trihalomethanes – Strong poisonous compounds formed by organic chemicals reacting with chlorine treated drinking water.

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TYPES OF WATER CONTAMINANTS 1. Inorganic Contaminants The ABCs of water contaminants come from inorganic chemical sources: arsenic, barium and chromium, along with lead, antimony, mercury, cyanide, asbestos, copper and more, are mostly metals and salts. Many occur naturally, but they can also be introduced through human activities. Lead can leach into water from lead pipes, and fluoride is added intentionally to assist in dental care. With any of these contaminants, amounts greater than certain, acceptable levels can have unfavorable side effects. Illnesses caused by overexposure to these contaminants can be relatively tame, such as diarrhea and staining or pitting of the teeth, or very serious, such as liver, kidney, bone and heart damage, nervous system effects and cancer. 2. Organic Contaminants A long list of organic chemicals, including benzene, PCBs and vinyl chloride, can enter drinking water, potentially causing damage that includes increased cancer risk; liver, kidney, stomach, nervous system and immune system problems; reproductive difficulties; cataracts; and anemia. The water-contaminating chemicals come from farm runoff of herbicides or pesticides, leach from storage tanks and landfills and are discharged from factories. Many are known to be volatile organic compounds. Some continue on in the environment, as residue from pesticides that have long since been banned and others are added to the water during waste treatment (like chlorine). 3. Macroscopic Contaminants Are large visible items polluting the water—may be termed "floatables" in an urban stormwater context, or marine debris when found on the open seas, and can include such items as: Trash or garbage (e.g. paper, plastic, or food waste) discarded by people on the ground, along with accidental or intentional dumping of rubbish, that are washed by rainfall into storm drains and eventually discharged into surface waters Nurdles, small ubiquitous waterborne plastic pellets Shipwrecks, large derelict ships     Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/water-pollution#ixzz1ZEvj0yfk

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“As I have mentioned a while ago our local water or municipal tap water is also under attack primarily because of Lead, Nitrates and Pesticides that has already contaminated our water. 1. Nitrate – Normally traced to the use of fertilizers & or sewage contamination. Nitrate reacts with other chemicals & forms Nitrite within the digestive tract. It can then go on to form carcinogens. 2. Lead – This heavy metal finds its way into our drinking water supplies between initial treatment & point of usage from old pipes or lead solder used in joining new piping systems. Lead contaminated water poses a serious health risk to all ages, including learning difficulties, behavioral problems, mental & physical retardation, hypertension, strokes & heart disease. Lead poisoning can take years before the effects can be detected but often the damage is already done. 3. Pesticides
- Pesticides inevitably ends up in our water supply as the run off from fields where crops are sprayed makes it's way into reservoirs. A major class of pesticides are the organochloride pesticides that include more than 15,000 chlorinated compounds. Included in this class of chemicals is atrazine which is widely sprayed onto grain crops, fruit and vegetables. Others include DDT, chlordane and lindane, which rather worryingly, is the main ingredient in the head lice lotions we innocently rub into our young children's scalps. All of these pesticides are highly damaging to the endocrine, immune and detoxification systems of the body. What makes pesticides truly hazardous is the fact that many cannot be completely detoxified by the body and therefore accumulate in the tissues where they continue to cause dysfunction and disease. Of course, with this being the case, every time you drink water contaminated with pesticides, you are adding to the toxic burden within your body and increasing your chances of disease, or potentially exacerbating an existing condition. Research carried out by Dunstan and colleagues in 1996 showed that a number of people with persistent fatigue had much higher than average levels of organochloride pesticides in their red and white blood cells, that may have been contributing to their illness. Multiple chemical sensitivity victims commonly report that their illness started following acute exposure to pesticides, and animal research has shown that pesticides (and other chemicals) can sensitize certain areas of the brain and reproduce the symptoms and brain abnormalities displayed by MCS sufferers. Dr. Sherry Rogers, an expert on MCS and the effects of chemicals on human health states that pesticides are the single most hazardous class of chemicals and the cause of a vast array of health complaints in our society today. It is hard to disagree.

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:“This table will show us the different chemical types together with their respective quantities.”   TIPS FOR TRAINERS: You don’t have to itemize each one of them because majority of the chemicals that is listed in this slide have already been discussed in the previous slides.

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“So after discussing the chemicals that is polluting and contaminating our water. Is you water still safe to use in…. washing your food? Direct drinking? Cleaning your skin or body? Washing your face?

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: “Remember that our body is composed of 70 to 80% water. The quality of water you use is critical in maintaining your brain, heart, blood, bone and even muscle”

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Well you need not worry any more because the good news is…..”

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: “Edmark International has the most technologically advanced solution to your problem…introducing the newest product of Edmark, the Goodlife Water System” that produces healthy energy water.

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“And the benefits are endless….”

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“For us to better understand the Goodlife Water System. Here are the technical specifications.”

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“There are seven steps in which every Goodlife Water System units have to undergo to provide us with the healthiest water we all can truly enjoy despite the current water quality that you have, and it doesn’t matter wether you are in Asia, America, Australia, America, Europe or Antartica.” The Goodlife Water System will work wonders for you.”

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“Lets start of with the Pre-filter Ceramic” Filter No. 1. Ceramic filter systems the exterior part of the ceramic element/candle which the untreated water encounters first is composed of high density ceramic materials.

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These materials are compressed so tightly that bacteria and other micro-organisms have extreme difficulty passing through this barrier. Most bacteria have nominal sizes of 0.2 microns to several microns. One micron is equivalent to 1/1000 of a millimeter. A millimeter is 1/1000 of a meter. Hence, the designation "micron" which is 1/1,000,000 of a meter. Our ceramic filter has a pore structure which has an Absolute filtration rating (defined as >99.99%) of 0.9 microns (less than 1000th of a millimeter). Therefore, the ceramic is capable of removing sub micron particles and pathogenic bacteria from drinking water. Recent studies by a leading UK University showed that use of drinking water filters in a community in Zimbabwe slashed cases of potentially fatal diarrhea. Ladies and gentlemen this is just the first layer in our 7 steps advanced technology.

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Ceramic depth filtration will filter out considerably smaller particles than equivalent pore size membrane for the following reasons:   a) Particles intercepted within the ceramic depth are much smaller than the pores measured by porometry. This is because particle laden water has to navigate through intricate maze of labyrinths. The path through the filter twists and turns trough sharp angles due to complicated ceramic structure and so the particles that may have penetrated the topmost layer become trapped within the structure. To appreciate the distance and how difficult a path the water has to follow, consider that the wall thickness of the ceramic is 1000-2000 times greater than the pore size of the ceramic filter and the pores are sharp and jagged rather than smooth and round. b) Small particles can combine with other particles to form a cluster of particles large enough to become trapped as a group or individual in dead end cavities.   c) Weak Van der Waals forces (adsorption picture in slide # 32) attract the small particles to the ceramic, causing them to be adsorbed onto the wall of the ceramic. Depth filtration is very dependable as pressure surges are not affecting adsorption because the pressure is stabilized (drops by 50%) on the surface of the ceramic. The Goodlife Water System ceramic depth filtration captures particles as small as 0.05 µm with greater than 90% efficiency. Given favorable conditions, the accumulated bacteria could proliferate and grow unless prevented by some means. To prevent this Goodlife Water System elements are manufactured with a small amount (about 0.07%) of pure silver (Ag) through-out the porous ceramic shell. Silver is a recognized bactericide, so when the bacteria comes into contact with the silver impregnated ceramic, their growth is inhibited. This self-sterilizing effect is known as the bacteriostatic effect. We will discuss this in detail during the NANO SILVER CARBON BLOCK FILTER stage.

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Filter No. 2 which has a yellow sticker on top. Goodlife Water System uses high quality carbon blends obtained from coconut shells. Active carbon is used for water treatment due to its adsorbing effect with respect to organic and health endangering chemicals.

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"Activated" carbon filter media is produced by super-heating dried coconut husks in a low oxygen environment, using a process called pyrolysis. The resulting "biochar" husk, is a purified form of carbon, containing large amounts of cellular sized surface area, negatively charged to attract positively charged toxins. Toxins in the water become attached to the husk's carbon surfaces. Over time, the attractive charge of carbon surfaces are neutralized, making it time to change the filter. Activated carbon surfaces are both hydrophobic and oleophilic; that is, they “hate” water but “love” oil. When flow conditions are suitable, dissolved chemicals in water flowing through the carbon media “stick” to the carbon surface in a thin film while the water passes on. This process is call adsorption. Substances affecting taste and odours such as chlorine, pesticides (lindane, DDT) and trihalogenmethanes (THM's) are removed by activated carbon. These substances are adsorbed on the large surface area of the active carbon. For visual purpose, one teaspoon of activated carbon have a surface area the size of a football field. Active carbon is available in granulate (GAC filters), powder (PAC filters) or extruded solid carbon block form (CB filters).

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Filter No. 3, Green sticker on top. “What is ion-exchange resin or ion-exchange polymer? It is an insoluble matrix (or support structure) normally in the form of small (1–2 mm diameter) beads, usually white or yellowish, fabricated from an organic polymer substrate. The material has highly developed structure of pores on the surface of which are sites with easily trapped and released ions. The trapping of ions takes place only with simultaneous releasing of other ions; thus the process is called ion-exchange. There are multiple different types of ion-exchange resin which are fabricated to selectively prefer one or several different types of ions. ion-exchange resins are used to replace the magnesium and calcium ions found in hard water with sodium ions. When the resin is fresh, it contains sodium ions at its active sites. When in contact with a solution containing magnesium and calcium ions (but a low concentration of sodium ions), the magnesium and calcium ions preferentially migrate out of solution to the active sites on the resin, being replaced in solution by sodium ions. This process reaches equilibrium with a much lower concentration of magnesium and calcium ions in solution than was started with. The resin can be recharged by washing it with a solution containing a high concentration of sodium ions. The calcium and magnesium ions migrate off the resin, being replaced by sodium ions from the solution until a new equilibrium is reached.”

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Filter No. 4, Red sticker. “Bio-ceramic produces FIR or Far Infra-red Rays which are able to reduce the size of the water molecule clusters, thereby improving absorption.”

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SLIDE 29: (Self explanatory – can read from the slide)

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“ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM CHART” The electromagnetic (EM) spectrum is just a name that scientists give a bunch of types of radiation when they want to talk about them as a group. Radiation is energy that travels and spreads out as it goes-- visible light that comes from a lamp in your house and radio waves that come from a radio station are two types of electromagnetic radiation. Other examples of EM radiation are microwaves, infrared and ultraviolet light, X-rays and gamma-rays. Hotter, more energetic objects and events create higher energy radiation than cool objects. Only extremely hot objects or particles moving at very high velocities can create high-energy radiation like X-rays and gamma-rays.

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Our bodies radiate far infrared energy through the skin at 3 to 50 microns, with most output at 9.4 microns. Our palms emit FIR energy also, between 8 and 14 microns. 'Palm Healing', an ancient tradition in China, has used the healing properties of far infrared rays for 3,000 years. These natural healers emit energy and heat radiating from their hands to heal, much the same as Reiki healers do. Current research conducted in Taiwan has measured significant far infrared energy emitted from the hands of Chi Gong masters. Yogis in India also employ palm healing and recommend it especially for relieving eye strain. Thermal therapy has in fact been in existence for thousands of years, dating back to ancient civilizations such as the Finns, the Romans, the ancient Chinese and the American Indians. Since ancient times, people have believed that exposure to sunshine can maintain and even enhance health. Sun therapy is a form of natural FIR thermal therapy. Far Infrared Ray are the invisible rays of natural sunlight that have the longest wavelength. However, sunbathing should only be enjoyed in moderation since sunlight contains ultra-violet ray which are potentially damaging. There is also no temperature control and sunshine is only available seasonally.

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In the last forty years, scientific evidence has found that deep heat can enhance the beneficial effects of healing therapy. Scientists have looked at ways of how to develop more effective forms of thermal treatment that target specific areas and enable deep heat penetration. Research and development in the sixties, notably most extensively in Japan, introduced the Far Infrared Ray (FIR) thermal technology. This revolutionized thermal technology to an effective, safe, natural, hygienic, and efficient approach to thermal treatment. Today there are multiple health and medical professionals internationally who rehabilitate and treat a multitude of physical problems by using heat therapy. Relief of sports injuries via thermal therapy is just one example of treatment. Cancer is a most significant other.

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Self Explanatory - Because of the Bio Ceramics in this filter which release this Far infrared, the water is energized. That’s why we can claim that Goodlife is Energy Water.

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Still Filter No. 4. The mineral stones contain calcium, iron, magnesium,potassium, zinc and other trace minerals. Continually releases easily absorbed ionized minerals. The mineral stones will last up to 5 years, gradually diminishing in size. World Health Organization recommends drinking water with calcium,copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, sodium, potassium and zinc. Santevia water contains all of these minerals. KDF is a redox filtration media, researched, developed and patented by Don Heskett, founder of KDF fluid treatment. KDF converts free chlorine to a harmless chloride. This media of high-purity copper-zinc formulations is used in pretreatment, primary treatment, and wastewater applications. Patented KDF process media are 100 percent recyclable and contain no chemical additives. Hospitals, restaurants, municipal water treatment facilities, and homes use KDF media to safely reduce or remove free chlorine, iron oxides and hydrogen sulfide.

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Filter No. 5, Blue Sticker – Self explanatory

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“Let me refresh your memory by reviewing the basic concepts of alkalinity. pH stands for "potential hydrogen”. It measures alkalinity or acidity on the pH scale that runs from pH0 to pH14. A pH7 is neutral which means it is neither alkaline nor acidic. Values below pH7 neutral are said to be acidic and values above pH7 are alkaline. The scale is logarithmic (like the Richter Scale), meaning each full point increases or decreases by a factor of x10 rather than a single unit. For example a pH8 is ten times more alkaline than pH7, and a pH9 would be 10x10, or one hundred times more alkaline than neutral.”

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“As for the concept of ORP is related to the concept of antioxidant. ORP is a measure of how powerful antioxidants has been made. ("Oxidation Reduction Potential") -- It is a more complex concept and is an extremely difficult measure accurately. ORP is sometimes referred to as "Redox". An ionizer's alteration of the ORP of your drinking water is what causes the microclustering, antioxidant and hydrating effects. ORP is a "potential" energy that is stored and ready to be put to work. An analogous way to look at ORP would be to consider pressure. When you blow up a balloon you use energy that creates force. As long as the balloon remains closed, this force is a “stored potential energy” in this case measured as air pressure. When released, this “potential” energy becomes kinetic energy.

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Benefits of Anti oxidant – Self explanatory

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“Nano Silver” Filter No. 6, Purple Sticker “Free silver ions (Ag+) have a toxic effect on micro-organisms even in relatively low concentrations. They have a highly fungicidal, bactericidal and algaecidel effect. Medical studies describe silver ions a catalyst that disable the enzymes that microorganisms depend on to "breathe". 
 In the presence of air (oxygen in water), metallic silver forms silver oxide, which also has a bactericidal effect due to its adequate solubility. The destruction of viruses, bacteria, moulds, spores and fungi through contact with silver objects is termed the oligodynamic effect. To primitive life forms, oligodynamic silver is as toxic as the most powerful chemical disinfectants. This, coupled with its relative harmlessness to animate life (i.e. mammals), gives oligodynamic silver great potential as a disinfectant. The best and most environmentally-friendly silver based disinfectants are capable of rendering stored water potable for long period of time as in space stations.
The silver leach rate from the Goodlife Water System ceramic is very low and always well below the national recommended limits or equivalent to having a meal using silver cutlery. Due to their tiny size viruses theoretically cannot be removed with a 0.2 micron or higher rated absolute filter (or any mechanical filter for that matter). If virus is a concern simply add a commercially available disinfectant such as silver or iodine tablets. Physically viruses have electrical surface charge that attaches them to other larger particles (free ride). The tight pore-structure of any absolute sub-micron water filter can remove "free ride" viruses however due to many variables no device should be relied upon viral control.

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Two main approaches are used in nanotechnology. In the "bottom-up" approach, materials and devices are built from molecular components which assemble themselves chemically by principles of molecular recognition. In the "top-down" approach, nano-objects are constructed from larger entities without atomic-level control. The impetus for nanotechnology comes from a renewed interest in Interface and Colloid Science, coupled with a new generation of analytical tools such as the atomic force microscope (AFM), and the scanning tunneling microscope (STM). Combined with refined processes such as electron beam lithography and molecular beam epitaxial, these instruments allow the deliberate manipulation of nanostructures, and led to the observation of novel phenomena. Examples of nanotechnology in modern use are the manufacture of polymers based on molecular structure, and the design of computer chip layouts based on surface science. Despite the great promise of numerous nanotechnologies such as quantum dots and nanotubes, real commercial applications have mainly used the advantages of colloidal nano particles in bulk form, such as suntan lotion, cosmetics, protective coatings, drug delivery[1], and stain resistant clothing.

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“Magnetized Filter” (this is underneath the Water Sysytem) Magnetic de scaling involves passing the water through a magnetic field or filter. This has the effect of re-arrangement of atoms, or ions in the water. Magnetic units do not filter or change pH. Some magnetic systems are used as de-scales for pipes in hard water areas, for which they may work well. When water flows through a magnetic field (whether it is electrically induced or induced using magnetic media such as Magnetite), it experiences a polarization of minerals and a change in the ionization of these minerals.   The result can be softer water, forming smaller water clusters that may provide greater hydration properties. In effect magnetized filters restructure the electrolytes, re-shapes water structure to hexagon and provides more oxygen into the water.

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Source of Drinking water

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Boiling Water

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Bottle Water

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“After comparing all the systems and understanding the complexities of the technical advancements of the Goodlife Water System the clear logical best choice for you and your family is still……the Goodlife Water System. But don’t just count on our words.”

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“Goodlife Water Systems is certified by not just one international organizations but 16 Quality Assurance Groups like SGS, PSB TEST SIRIM QAS. And approved and certified as safe by FDA in the United States, Malaysia, Korea, and other Highly industrialized countries”

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Water Demo

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: “Edmark International has the most technologically advanced solution to your problem…introducing the newest product of Edmark, the Goodlife Water System” that produces healthy energy water. PRICE: US$616.00

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Thank You

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Thank You

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The Inconvenient Truth About H2O Shortage Pollution

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Truth # 1. Water Shortage

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What are some effects of groundwater depletion?

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Truth # 2. Water Pollution

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Sources of Water Pollution

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Chlorine Toxic Dump Dead Pests Garbage Rusty Pipes Toxic Chemicals Ammonia Dust Insects Algae Oil Spill Construction Wastes Commercial & Industrial Wastes Agriculture & Livestock Wastes Local Water Supply Contaminants

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3 Types of Water Contaminants Inorganic Compounds Organic Compounds Macroscopic

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Even Your Tap Water at home is not safe…. Lead Nitrates Pesticides

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Chemicals Used for Water Treatment

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Washing your food ? Direct drinking ? Washing your face? Cleaning your skin? With all the Chemicals in Your Water is it still safe to use in…

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Brain 74.5% Heart 82.7% Blood 83.0% Bone 22.0% Muscle 75.6% Remember that our body is 70 to 80% WATER

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The Good News is…

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Healthy Energy Water

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Benefits of GoodLife Water System Easy DIY model and filter replacement Compact design Fits easily in most kitchens Non-electrical system and No water wastage Free from dirt, sand, algae, chemicals, heavy metals, bacteria and toxic substances Rich in minerals Alkaline-based (7.0 ph level) Oxygen is captured into the water Smaller cluster size of molecules H2O reform known as HEXAGONAL Dissolves toxins in our body

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Technical Specifications

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The Advanced GoodLife 7-Step Filtration Technology

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1. Pre Filter Ceramic (Filter No. 1) 0.9 PORES SIZE Removes 99.9% of e-coli & Chloroform Removes and reduces dirt, solids and dangerous bacteria, typhoid, Cholera Bilharzias, diatomaceous, germs & virus

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2. Granular Activated Carbon (Filter No. 2) Granular Activated Carbon Coconut shell Consists of high absorption. (Iodine 1050) Best material to reduce and remove chlorine, insecticide, synthetic detergents & etc chemicals. Provides anti-bacteria (Silver) effect Enhances taste, odor & color of water Yellow sticker

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3 Basic steps of Activated Carbon adsorption Substances adsorb to the exterior of the carbon granules Substances move into the carbon pores Substances adsorb into the interior walls of the carbon

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3. Resin Softener (Filter No. 3) Water Softening High Cat-ion exchange which effectively softens water. (macro porous from or in MACRONET functional absorbents) Softens water molecules despite the presence of slight trace of heavy metals, radiation materials and chemicals. Green sticker

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4A. Bio Ceramic (Filter No. 4) Molecules Cluster Far Infar-Red (FIR) Breaks and restructures water molecules Improves absorption Releases FIR Decreases smell, chemicals and other organic materials Red Sticker

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How is Bio-ceramic made?

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Electro Magnetic Spectrum Chart

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4B. Mineral Stone Ion Calcium KDF 55 pH balance, mild alkaline Releases natural minerals pH balancing & Mild Alkaline De-Chlorinates Water Cell and immunity booster Increases Ion Calcium into our human body Increases Ion Calcium

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5. Alkaline + ORP (Filter No. 5) Alkaline mild & booster pH controller and stabilizer Make alkaline water and control PH of water (PH:8.0~12) Alkaline booster Supplies minerals to help balance metabolism and enhances immunity Removes and reduce body toxin which from the food (example Seafood) Helps prolong the life of cell Oxidant-Reduction Potential Blue sticker

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Anti oxidant

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Benefits of

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6A. Nano Silver Carbon Block (Filter No. 6) Nano Silver Carbon Coconut shell carbon & Silver Contains Anti-bacterial properties Reduces bitter taste, odor & improves color of water Contains water polishing properties to provide superior taste Prevents formation of bacterial colony Purple sticker

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6B. Nanotechnology Nanotechnology mean A billionth in meter 1×10−9 m (engineering notation) or 1 E-9 m (exponential notation) both meaning 1/1,000,000,000 meters. Nanotechnology refers broadly to a field of applied science and technology whose unifying theme is the control of matter on the atomic and molecular scale, normally 1 to 100 nanometers, and the fabrication of devices within that size range. It is a highly multidisciplinary field, drawing from fields such as applied physics, materials science, interface and colloid science, device physics, supramolecular chemistry (which refers to the area of chemistry that focuses on the non covalent bonding interactions of molecules), chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering.

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Magnetized Filter is a concept designed to capture more oxygen into the water while restructuring the electrolytes and reform the hexagon shape of H20. Technically this filter design is to help our human body to absorb oxygen and divide the electrolytes into balance for our body for easy absorption. 7. Magnetized Filter (Underneath)

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Installation On New Faucet Type

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Summary: Do you know that CHLORINE is one of the most toxic substances known? It does everything from drying your skin & destroying your hair to wiping out the beneficial bacteria in your colon. And the byproducts of chlorination (such as chloroform, dichloro acedic acid, and MX) which are found in drinking water are all proven carcinogens (substances that cause cancer). According to the US Council on Environmental Quality the cancer risk among people drinking chlorinated water is 93% higher than among those whose water does not contain chlorine. There is a higher incidence of cancer of the esophagus, rectum, breast and larynx, and a higher incidence of Hodgkin’s disease among those drinking chlorinated water. Chlorine has been strongly implicated as a major factor in the onset of atherosclerosis and it’s resulting heart attacks & strokes. By the same mechanisms that chlorine narrows blood vessels that feed the heart, it also narrows the blood vessels that feed the brain. Consequently, chlorine has been implicated as a major factor in the onset of senility. And fluoride causes cancer!!! ~ Jon Barron, Lessons From The Miracle Doctors (Read disturbing story in CHAPTER 11, DYING OF THIRST, PAGE 97. READ BOOK: www.bit.ly/takebackyourhealthgh ) EDMARK’S GOOD LIFE WATER SYSTEM removes chlorine, fluoride & other dangerous chemicals from your drinking water & energizes it to make it VERY SAFE for you & your family to drink. Your water goes through 7 FILTRATION PROCESSES to get rid of all the dangerous chemicals from your drinking water. PLEASE go through the presentation to understand the processes. Thank you! Call us for YOURS NOW: +233268123621, https://www.facebook.com/RobertAppiahGlobal

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