They’re the drugs you DON’T KNOW you’re taking!
Odds are, you’re on several — maybe DOZENS — of meds without even knowing it, including many you’d be SHOCKED to learn you’re taking.
Try birth control pills and hormone therapy.
Crazy? I only wish it were crazy!
A new study out of Britain finds waterways are so loaded with birth control pills and other hormone drugs that “Bruce” fish are spontaneously turning into “Caitlyn” fish.
The study finds some 200 hormone and hormone-like drugs in the water, leading to so much estrogen floating around that 20 percent of the male fish tested had or were developing feminine traits.
This study focused on waterways in the U.K.
But don’t breathe a sigh of relief if you’re swimming around in waters of the U.S. of A.
Our fish are pulling their own Bruce-to-Caitlyn acts in lakes, rivers, ponds, and streams across the nation.
Gender-bending fish have been found everywhere from Lake Pepin in Minnesota, smack in the heartland… to the Potomac River in Washington, D.C., splashing around less than a half mile from the White House.
I know what you’re thinking here.
You’re not drinking THAT water, right? It might flow from those streams and rivers into the nation’s reservoirs, but then it gets treated.
And top-notch water treatment makes this stuff safe… right?
Water filtration plants can’t keep up with all the junk in the water these days. Heck, water departments aren’t even required to test for HUNDREDS of today’s most common contaminants, much less REMOVE them.
As a result, your tap water is a frightening cocktail with trace levels of street drugs, antibiotics, hormones, fuel residue, and more.
You’re no fish. You’re not going to spontaneously switch genders overnight. But in some communities, tests have revealed enough contamination in the water to increase the risk of developmental problems in kids, cancer in adults, and more.
It might be tempting to give up water, but you don’t have to go to that extreme.
There’s a foolproof way to wipe your water clean, and that’s to filter it… but there’s a catch here.
The faucet filters and pitchers most people use aren’t up to the task.
There’s one way to make sure your water contains nothing but water, and that’s with a reverse osmosis filtration system. They’re available for a few hundred bucks at any decent hardware store and can be installed in a couple of hours.
If you’re handy, you can do the job yourself. If you’re not, call a plumber for help.