Saturday, December 12, 2009

San Diego Water Is Bad- Here's Confirmation

I have gone to San Diego many times for treatment. I try to keep hydrated to help flush toxic materials produced from the treatment.

It's difficult in San Diego, because the water is the worst-tasting water I can remember ever trying to drink. Bleech!

I have been thinking about taking some flavored powder to add to the water. I know the importance of staying hydrated, and any help killing the taste would be welcomed.

This is from

Cities with best and worst tap water

By Lori Bongiorno
Posted Sat Dec 12, 2009 10:55am PST

More from The Conscious Consumer blog

How safe is the water that flows out of your tap? The answer very much depends on where you live.

It's now easier than ever for consumers to find out what's in their tap water. The Environmental Working Group (EWG) today released the results of a three-year investigation of municipal water supplies across the U.S.

The research and advocacy group looked at water quality tests performed by water utilities since 2004 and created an extensive database that contains info on the contaminants found in 48,000 communities in 45 states.

EWG also rated 100 big city (population over 250,000) water utilities. Below are the top and bottom results.

Cities with the worst water:

1. Pensacola, FL
2. Riverside, CA
3. Las Vegas, NV
4. Riverside County, CA
5. Reno, NV
6. Houston, TX
7. Omaha, NE
8. North Las Vegas, NV
9. San Diego, CA
10. Jacksonville, FL

The article suggests the water isn't particularly safe. I don't know about that, but I can tell you the water just tastes terrible.


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