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Water softened with salt not only tastes bad, it can be harmful to your health, it can be harmful to your plumbing, and it can also be harmful to the environment. If you have kidney or heart kidney disease, or you’re on a low salt (sodium) diet, and even if you are perfectly healthy, a salt softener is a very bad choice. When water is softened with salt (sodium), calcium bicarbonate, which is a naturally occurring chemical compound in “Hard” water, is exchanged for the salt. This salt ends up in your drinking water, shower, bath, and goes down your drain, affecting the environment.

 

A Salt Softener is a Bad Choice for your Health!

The amount of salt (sodium) in your home’s drinking water can increase to as much as 100 milligrams per litre (that’s about a quart) when you are softening with salt, according to a report in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association. This is why a salt softener is so bad for your health.

“People on salt restricted diets should avoid home softeners or make sure the ones they install don’t use sodium.” as sated by The American Heart Association. Many studies show that water softened with sodium (salt), dissolves lead from solder in your plumbing. This can result in toxic lead (along with sodium) getting into your drinking water. Also when you are bathing in salt-softened water, this may cause absorption of the toxic lead (along with the sodium) into your body, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Florida Institute of Technology.

Before retiring as the Executive Director of the Water Quality Association, Peter Censky stated, “Now I’m going to make some predictions about the water industry…actually, most don’t even qualify as predictions – they are already happening. Clock-timer water softeners for household use will cease to be sold. The ecology movement will drive them out of water poor states, and water rich states as well.”

The solution for your health, your plumbing and the environment is Not a salt softener!
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