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Kitchen Counter H2O Filter

  • Wed, Sep 14, 2011 - 07:34pm

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    pj619

    pj619

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    Kitchen Counter H2O Filter

Try this link to Mercola.  http://waterfilters.mercola.com/  If I lived in an apt. I would just use a kitchen counter filter.  I have a reverse osmosis under the sink from Costco.  It was very reasonable, but you have to remember to add minerals back in that the R/O takes out.  R/O strips the good and the bad.  You can buy a bottle of minerals at a health food store and just add the 20 or so drops into your water as you drink it.  Hope this helps.