I'm trying to assess how decent or bad our drinking water is: https://www-static.bouldercolorado.gov/ ... 011449.pdf -- it has 15.9 or 9.0 (depending on the source) micrograms of aluminum ions/liter, and 2.1/2.8 mg/liter of silicon ions. I am drinking some Fiji water, but not daily.
They do seem to test for everything under the sun. (They have another page on all the stuff they didn't find: https://www-static.bouldercolorado.gov/ ... 231112.pdf )
Jtmon wrote:My concern, as I read these hopeful reviews of this or that substance, is that there seems to be little scientific rigor behind recommending them. The anxious part of my brain wants to try everything with even a chance of making things better. The scientific part tapping my on a virtual shoulder begs for real evidence - not anecdotes. Even with the Mother in Law example, she is using multiple interventions, so it's hard to figure out what is working. Many of us can spend ourselves broke trying everything. Unfortunately, though, doing one thing at a time is not an option for most of us. We have one life and one brain. Therefore this is not an answer or a judgment - just a comment.
martin marie wrote:Hi
I would like your opinion about something I read about a molecule that can interfere with the bacteria porphyromona gingivalis that is said to be one of the cause of the disease.
I read that silicon nitride could have an effet on this bacteria.
Could it be possible that it is why drinking a water rich in silicium could have a positive effect on the disease? I’m not a biologist but maybe there could be a link...
https://www.researchgate.net/publicatio ... Gingivalis
Thank you for your support
dscoachRN wrote:Good day Marie,
. Personally, I cannot recommend any bottled water for its environmental cost. As you see all questions are valued.
dscoachRN wrote:I see it on youtube, thanks!
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