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Drug contaminated water and how we unknowingly ingest pharmaceutical drugs from our water supplies. How this is helping to fuel the 21st century health epidemic of Candida infections affecting millions of people.
There is a growing problem of pharmaceutical drugs contaminating our groundwater, rivers, lakes, estuaries and bays. This water pollution problem raises a host of health issues for millions of Americans drinking this water, and it is not just from our tap water supplies.
Antibiotics and steroids are everywhere, it’s not enough that they are already overused, but we consume them even when we don’t know it.
Most people don’t realize they are highly likely consuming pharmaceutical drugs from antibiotics and steroids to hormones and contraceptives to name a few, through drinking water. Not to mention the heroin, cocaine and other illegal drugs being flushed down toilets.
Most of us know our dairy and meat supply is full of antibiotics and steroids (growth hormones), but probably have never though that these drugs are finding their way into and contaminating our water supplies.
The Candida infection epidemic in today’s society has a large and direct connection to the overuse and abuse of antibiotics, steroid and other anti-infective drugs this includes drugs contaminating our water supplies.
There are an overwhelming 85% of all Americans affected by Candida symptoms in one way or another.
Antibiotics and steroids, the miracle drugs of the 20th century now play a large role in the health concern of environmental contaminants in the 21st century. So how is it, something that was once a miracle drug became so bad for the human population?
You can not suppress the immune system without suppressing the good bacteria that keeps us healthy, and this leaves our body’s in comprise.
Just one course of antibiotics opens the gateway for Candida fungus to start wreaking havoc on the body. And there are hundreds of Candida Symptoms making millions sick.
Even though you may have never taken these drugs, you have more than likely ingested them, whether you know it or not.
Through drug contaminated water and the meats and dairy products you consume!
Low levels of pharmaceuticals including antibiotics, hormones, contraceptives and steroids have been found in 80 percent of the rivers and streams sampled. So you see, it is quite easy to ingest these drugs and not just from the antibiotic riddle foods we eat, but from the contaminated water we drink.
Here is how and why:
Our meat sources, cows, pigs, chickens etc. are fed antibiotics and steroids to help keep them healthy and produce meat faster.
About 80% of antibiotics produced in the U.S. are given to farm animals; our meat and dairy supply.
Two trillion tons of animal waste is produced each year, and it's full of drug residues, this waste seeps into and contaminates ground water and surface water.
So even if you do not eat these meat sources, you may still be exposed to antibiotics from simply drinking water.
Americans spend billions of dollars on prescription drugs, antibiotics and steroids every year and this alone fuels the Candida infection epidemic, but then we urinate up to 90% of some of these drugs.
This is a lot of drug residue contamination making way to our drinking water!
There are approximately 126 different drugs contaminating our water supplies including antibiotics and anti-infective drugs identified not being removed, making it easy to ingest medications without intent; simply by drinking this drug contaminated water.
These drugs are not only creating a fungal health epidemic they are also affecting water dwelling creatures and could force a slow moving evolution or ecological change in our water supplies and sources.
The next time you drink water, you might consider it, a free small dose of antibiotics, steroids or a number of other medicines, including illegal ones.
This is not just limited to your kitchen; restaurants and fast food places get their meat and water supplies from the same source you do.
Candida yeast overgrowth is responsible for 85% of fungal infections and the people who get bloodstream infections can become sepsis, taking 1 in 3 lives.
This is quite a lot to ponder!