Why I don’t drink water anymore
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t like drinking water.
The reason is simple.
Most water is made of minerals like magnesium, calcium and sodium.
But those minerals also contain carbon dioxide.
These compounds can cause a buildup of CO2 in your body, and it can lead to kidney and liver damage.
You might not know this, but carbon dioxide is also the culprit in most of the worst diseases.
In fact, CO2 has been linked to more than 80 diseases worldwide.
You probably think of CO 2 as a pollutant, but its actually a disinfectant, and some scientists say it’s even beneficial for the environment.
It’s also important for your health because it helps fight disease.
But if you drink too much water, you could end up with a problem.
For example, when you drink lots of coffee, you’re actually reducing your immune system’s ability to fight infections.
When you drink tea, you’ll probably have a harder time getting sick.
And drinking lots of tap water will only cause your body to produce more of the harmful chemicals.
Here’s how it works: The body creates chemicals that help your immune systems fight infections, but those chemicals can’t be destroyed by the digestive system.
So, your body breaks down the chemicals to remove harmful compounds that you might otherwise produce.
But when your body has enough of these harmful compounds, it can’t remove them.
That’s why water contains so many harmful compounds.
So you end up drinking a lot of water.
Drinking too much can lead you to a condition called hypervitaminosis D. It can cause: Your body doesn’t make enough vitamin D