The numbers are shocking: Thousands of cases of cancer… caused by something that everyone uses.

It’s something you NEED.

And it’s something you put into your body EVERY DAY.

But new research blows open the truth about your tap water.

It’s not clean, crisp and fresh; it’s loaded with TOXIC CHEMICALS in levels high enough to cause cancer!

Water pitchers with filters in them are useless at clearing them out… but today, I’m going to reveal the easy way to get clean water in your own home, to protect you and your family from this deadly threat.

What are you REALLY drinking?

Two new studies just out show what we’re facing…

The first finds 19 million Americans across 43 states are drinking water laced with the PFAS chemicals linked to birth defects, immune disorders, cancers and infertility.

The second shows the real and devastating impact across a single state.

In California alone, chemicals in water in the “safe limits” – i.e., water that would pass EVERY government test – are leading directly to cancer. The study finds tap water is loaded with known carcinogens including arsenic and the chromium-6 made infamous in the film “Erin Brockovich.”

Close to 15,500 cases of cancer caused in California alone over the course of roughly a single lifetime due to chemicals in the water, the study reveals.

As shocking as these studies are, they don’t come close to revealing the trueextent of the problem… because they just focused on specific contaminants.

There are more.

From sea to shining sea, U.S. drinking water ROUTINELY tests positive for:

  • Trace levels of metals
  • Industrial/agricultural chemicals
  • Hormone drugs
  • Fuel
  • Antibiotics
  • Cocaine
  • And more.

And then there’s the junk they put in on purpose, like fluoride and chlorine, neither of which are safe.

Many people buy water pitchers with built-in filters, but most of them can’t handle all of these contaminants.

For truly SAFE drinking water, consider one of these two options:

  • Reverse osmosis: The upside is a large system can protect your entire house. The downside is that RO is expensive to install and leads to a lot of water waste.
  • Water distiller: The upside is that it’s less expensive and sits on your countertop for handy access. The downside is that they tend to work a little slowly.

Either one will filter just about everything, giving you clean and fresh water – so do a little homework to learn what’s best for your home and family.