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Thirty Magical Fitness Tips

Willow Rockwell

So i first mentioned Multiple Sagittarius World Champ Trail bike Rider, self-proclaimed Jaguar, mother (it’s a Shamanic thing)  & Mega Mystic subscriber Willow Rockwell here, when she reviewed some  super googoo witchy drops. Now she is blazing a new path for herself as sort of a super athletic modern witch and has volunteered her top ten fitness/nutrition tips. They have a magical edge, of course.

“Much of this is from my own research on myself, as well as studying fellow athletes charts in relation to their body composition and performance at any given time.”

 

Source: Mystic Medusa

 

1)    Check out your rising sign. I often find that a person’s rising sign influences the body’s disposition as well as physical appearance.  Certain types of exercise are more beneficial to certain body “types”.  Fire rising for example can pretty much out cardio anyone else.  Water rising signs need more yoga and meditative exercises such as hikes in nature etc.  Planets conjunct the ASC are equally important to take into consideration as they change the nature of the rising sign considerably.

 

2)    Transits to the ascendant and the progressed rising sign are equally important in determining the correct method of exercise and lifestyle for THE NOW.  For example, in the past few years Neptune not only crossed over my Piscean ascendant, but my progressed ascendant changed from Aries, the amazon warrior woman, into Taurus the earth mother goddess.  These two astrological factors literally made it impossible for me to be the heroic warrior anymore.  I retired from cycling to care for my newborn daughter and have been practicing being more Neptunian and also more goddess like.  This has been THE biggest body transformation of my life, and it has all been extremely important for me to not struggle against it, but rather go with the energy that is now being transmitted to my body.

 

3)    I think it is very important to not force your body into some kind of “mold”. Yin rising signs are especially prone to having that kind of discipline backfire and then their bodies hold more stress, which equals more weight. I know Demi Moore is going through a tough time right now, but I do like her, and I know she is Pisces rising.  I heard an interview where she said that she finally came to have the ideal body she had always wanted by quitting the extreme exercise and diet programs and just LISTENING to her BODY.  Not a guru or trainer outside of the self, but the BODY.  I  always say that “my body is my guru and my pussy is my psychic”.  Neither will ever lie to you!!

 

4)    Check out Mars.  Mars in Yang signs have a quicker metabolism and a need to “burn” off steam. Yin Mars signs have a slower metabolism and tend to hold onto stress.  This requires a fine balance between release stress through exercise but not increasing cortisol levels through doing too much.  As I mentioned before, the body will go into fight or flight and then the weight will stay on to get you through the “troubled times!”

 

5)    It is very important to actually choose exercise that feels good to you while you do it. No amount of exercise that you hate doing is going to bring you the results you want!  Your body doesn’t lie, and if it hates doing what you are forcing it to do you will end up paying the price: either through injury, a foul mood or metabolic confusion.

 

6)    Switch it up.  Rotate the things you love doing so your body is always a bit surprised: I alternate :30 minute trail runs with warm Vinyasa flow yoga, Tracy Anderson DVDs, walks and Pilates.  If I had a Barry’s Bootcamp around I would do that too!

 

7)    Diet: Organic Coconut oil is the real deal.  It balances cholesterol levels and gives a good long burning fuel.  It really does help you lose weight!  They discovered this after feeding it to pigs to help fatten them up but all the pigs lost weight!

 

8)    1 tsp of Apple Cider Vinegar before meals will help kick start your metabolism.

 

9)    Cinnamon is a great spice to add to anything.  Metabolism booster yet again!

 

10)Ayurvedic diet principles.  I highly recommend seeing an Ayurvedic Practioner to determine your Dosha and to help you with a specific diet plan. Many of the Ayurvedic principles correlate with the changing of the seasons and the incredible stress these times of year put on our bodies.

 

11)Don’t do fads: Raw foods, juice fasts etc.  Many of us are too sensitive to digest that much raw food and you will just end up bloated and gassy. Here again is why I feel that a specific Ayurvedic plan just for you is highly beneficial.  Spices, herbs and types of food are recommended according to your pulses and if you are deficient or over-active in certain organs of the body.  There is a pulse for each organ and a skilled practitioner can help balance you out in as little as one session.

 

12)Adaptogens.  Nature’s anti-stress helpers.  Stress makes you fat. Period!  No matter if it is coming from your job or over-exercising.  Holy Basil Teas, certain mushrooms, Maca Maca and many other herbs are great for maintaining balance.  I love acupuncture for this reason as well.

 

13) If you tolerate mushrooms, a room temperature Kombucha  tea (the sparkly kind in a bottle) will suppress your appetite and support your digestion.  Drink on an empty stomach.

 

14)Infrared Biomat.  Okay this is expensive, but it is a health life-saver.  It is an infrared mat full of amethyst crystals and tourmaline crystals in the pillow.  The heat wards off all kinds of infections and also increases your metabolism. I use this as my doctor for the most part!  Perfect for listening to Binary beats!

 

15)Fish oil.  For anti-inflammatory properties. So much excess “weight” is really inflammation”

 

16)No coffee. Green tea or chai tea.

 

17)Cacao is magic, especially when combined with Maca Maca.

 

18)Red wine in limited qualities is also a gift from the earth mother!

 

19)No gluten, even if not allergic.  Elanaspantry.com has great gluten free and Paleo recipes.

 

20)Remember that today is not the last day you will ever eat again.  You can always have some more tomorrow!

 

21)Kate Moss quote “nothing tastes as good as being thin feels”  or something like that….I replace thin with healthy and I think it is actually quite an accurate quote!

 

22)I don’t eat cow dairy but I find that goat and sheep products are amazing and satisfying.  Especially manchego cheese!

 

23)Identify what you love and find healthy ways to incorporate it into your diet.

 

24)Natural Calm at night…it is a fizzy magnesium powder that helps you sleep and improves elimination.

 

25)5000 mg Vitamin D. Seriously helps your mood! Happy people are healthier!

 

26)Bach Rescue Remedy spray. I mean, it is the Zap Zone! We need all the help we can get!

 

27)Citrine crystals help get rid of cellulite. You can buy a tiny one and wear it in your bra. This really works. I love crystals in case you can’t tell!

 

28)Dry brushing. Yes, the models all do it!

 

29)Make sure your water is filtered. The water you drink and the water you shower with!

 

30)SLEEP!!! Melatonin 1mg will get you there if stress is keeping you awake. I believe that sleep is our best friend, now more than ever!


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Top Strategies To Avoid & Protect Yourself From Radiation

As the realization of the environmental damage at Fukushima sets in, many are continuing to look for ways they can protect themselves from potential radiation exposure. Although I am far from an expert in this area, I have followed the disaster since March 11, 2011 intimately as well as the material put forth by trustworthy sources. I was recently asked in an interview about ways to protect oneself from damage due to radiation contact. I felt I should do my best to expand on some solutions for those in search of them.

When it comes to radiation protection, the matter can be narrowed down to three different approaches. The entire topic of radiation exposure is mind boggling once you get into the game of what could potentially happen. For this, I refer you to Helen Caldicott. Her thorough presentation about the potential impact of the Fukushima disaster leaves nothing to the imagination. However, there are some realities that need to be contemplated, and as you become informed, do not approach the information with fear. What I write about is “known” knowledge that others have already presented. What I expect you to come away with is info that you can then tailor to your own personal evolution.

Truth cannot be told, it must be realized.” –Max Igan

 

Avoidance

It is always easier to strip away what is not useful. Therefore, it is in the avoidance that focus should be placed. Through water testing and various computer models, we have to assume that the food chain of the Pacific Ocean is compromised. It is also known that radiation bioaccumlates up the food chain. This means that the larger the fish, the greater the concentration of potential radiation. Tuna, swordfish, shark, etc. will have the most potential to contain contamination. Sidestepping those options until more in-depth testing is standard and/or available would be a wise decision. This also applies to milk from cows as already evidenced in the previous Chernobyl disaster.

Given that the damaged Japanese (General Electric) nuclear reactors are still leaking radioactive waste into the ocean, it would also be advisable to read the labels of seafood, seaweed, algae, and other products that come from the ocean to see if they originate in Japan. The United States has relaxed the testing of incoming products, so trusting a company’s word becomes an issue here. Exercising a little caution will go a long way towards prevention of allowing contaminated products into your body.

 

Supplements

There are many people who claim that certain supplements help to protect, detoxify, or stop radiation from affecting the body. Although most of these claims may be true, here I will be discussing only the ones that I know are backed by medical research and trusted doctors.

Arguably, the most important compound showing radioprotective properties is curcumin, a major component of turmeric. It has been extensively studied and is consistent in showing anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, anti-carcinogenic, and antioxidant properties. It’s been shown to protect cells of every type against radiation. Stick with dilutions in extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, or glycerin for maximum absorption.

Next is beta-glucan, a potent radio-protector of tissues. It has also been found to stimulate stem cell production to replace radiation-damaged red and white blood cells. Lycopene, a cariconoid substance that gives tomatoes and watermelons their red hues, also protects cells from gamma-radiation damage. Another is ferulic acid, a flavonoid found in fruits and vegetables, that has been found to up-regulate protective antioxidants and improve stem cell recovery. Quircetin has demonstrated excellent radioprotection in mice exposed to very high levels of radiation in a laboratory. Spirulina was proven as an immune enhancer in the treatment of children affected by the Chernobyl disaster, and it also promotes the evacuation of radioactive nucleotides from the body. Finally, Japanese studies have show that chlorella has an anti-tumor effect. The key advantage to all of these supplements is that they are natural and have a synergistic effect when taken in combination.

 

Air

Something I’ve noticed that is commonly missed is the importance of the purification of the air that we are breathing. From the reported findings of tested air filters in Seattle in April of 2011, it was estimated that people in that city were inhaling 5 hot particles a day. In certain areas of Japan, the number is thought to be much higher. Although particles may settle outdoors in the soil and water, concentrations in households may be something to also consider. A quality air filter will provide some insurance against this factor, and it will clean other airborne contaminates and allergens from your living space – a true win-win.

Extra caution should be given to those in Japan who sleep on futons that are closer to the floor. In addition, sweeping floors may disturb settled dust and particles reintroducing them into the air to be inhaled. It makes sense to use a magnetized, wet swifter or other floor cleaning device to avoid this potential problem.

Individual solutions and protective measures are continually being presented and discovered by trustworthy sources. I suggest the work of Dr. Russell BlaylockGary Null PhDDr. Joseph Mercola, and Mike Adams/Natural News, among others.

 

ABOUT THE WRITER:
jaxenJefferey Jaxen
 is an open source researcher and writer. In addition he serves as director of alternative & holistic health for the Awake & Empowered Expo. You can find his latest research, information, and work at the following websites: www.jeffereyjaxen.com & www.awakeandempoweredexpo.com. Follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/JeffereyJaxen or contact him directly at http://www.jeffereyjaxen.com/contact.html


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Vitamin D-bate D-bunked

Take-away? The SUN is not your enemy!

MD and I just got back from yet another cross-country trip, which gave me the opportunity to catch up on my reading.  While reading a golf magazine, of all things, I came across an article that demonstrates why all such articles should be taken with a grain of salt.  I can’t tell you how many letters MD and I get from people who become concerned because they read a piece in a magazine or newspaper that, for whatever reason, got under their skin.  So, I thought dissecting this article like I did a while back with a scientific study would be instructive.

Before taking these kinds of pieces seriously, you’ve got to realize how they are structured.  And believe me, they are as structured as a sonnet.

Freelance writers are always trying to get their pieces sold, and they write them to a formula that most magazines demand, which is why most of them are pretty much the same.  Just switch the experts and the subjects and you’ve got an article on most anything.  Magazine editors give writers assignments often telling them what they want the article to say and how many words they want it said in.  The writer’s job is to follow the format, cram the info into the required number of words and sound authoritative.

 

Your job as a reader is to realize this structure and plumb it for any valid info while not being distracted by the authorial sleight of hand.

This particular article, appearing in the July 2009 edition of Golf Digest, is cleverly titled “The vitamin D-bate,” and was written by an author with the initials RK.  I’m not trying to hide the name of the author to prevent embarrassing him or her – that’s how the author was listed at the end of the article

These pieces typically hew to the following format: they start with a lede that poses a dilemma followed by an introductory paragraph or two expanding upon the problem; they then have a statement from one ‘expert’ followed by a dissenting statement by another ‘expert;’ then they neatly tie the whole thing up with a pronouncement by the ultimate ‘expert’ who sagely answers the question posed in the lede.  All neat and tidy – and typically wrong.  In the case of the article under discussion, not only wrong, but breathtakingly stupid.

The lede for The vitamin D-bate is the subtitle of the piece.

Sun exposure is a source, but how much is necessary to stay healthy?

Since most golfers spend a fair amount of time in the sun, this should be of interest to them.  So, let’s read on to see how much vitamin D we really need.

After the lede we get the introductory paragraph.

In the vitamin world, D has become a rock star of late, with some experts claiming it might protect against cancer and reduce high blood pressure.  And we already know it’s essential for maintaining bone density and a functioning immune system.

Okay, articles are popping up all over about the benefits of vitamin D, and we’re convinced of its importance.  So how do we get it?

RK turns to the first ‘expert’ for advice.

It’s such an important vitamin that in May, the Skin Cancer Foundation doubled the recommended minimum daily intake from 10 micrograms to 25 (or 1,000 iu) for anyone younger than 50 who has limited sun exposure (including those who always wear sunscreen to protect their skin against the sun’s harmful rays). Ideally, the SCF says, people 18 or older should get up to 50 micrograms [2000 IU] per day.

Although the sun’s ultraviolet B rays help the body synthesize vitamin D, the SCF insists that the sun is not necessary to obtain sufficient amounts.  It suggests getting vitamin D from supplements and food such as milk, yogurt, egg yolks and oily fish (salmon, mackerel, cod).

At this point we need to ask ourselves ‘what is the expertise of the Skin Cancer Foundation?’  If we go to the SCF website, we discover that this foundation has been around for about 30 years and is underwritten by the cosmetics and skin care product companies.  Hmmm.  Maybe not the most reliable ‘experts’ on vitamin D.

But our freelancer has the needed quote to set up the debate.  Now RK decides to call the Vitamin D Council to come down on the opposite side of the debate. (The vitamin D Council really is the expert in this debate.) To get the debate going, however, RK needs to ask something provocative of whomever he speaks to at the Vitamin D Council. If this spokesperson tells RK essentially the same thing that the spokesperson from the SCF did, then there is no debate.  So, RK has to ask the right question to get the needed quote.

RK probably tees the question up much like this: I’ve been told by others that sun exposure isn’t necessary and that all one has to do to get enough vitamin D is to take a daily multivitamin and drink plenty of milk.  Is this true?

Of course the Vitamin D Council spokesperson is going to heartily disagree (and rightfully so) because it takes much more than that if there is no sun exposure.  (The Vitamin D Council recommends somewhere in the neighborhood of 5,000 IU per day, followed up with blood tests for levels.)  Now RK has the other side of the debate because the Vitamin D Council obliges.

However, the Vitamin D Council disagrees: “If one regularly avoids sunlight exposure…to obtain this amount from milk, one would have to drink 50 glasses.  With a multivitamin, more than 10 tablets would be necessary.  Neither is advisable.”

MD and I have played this little game countless times with freelancers.  So much so, in fact, that we’re really reluctant to speak with them because we never know where we’re going to end up in the article.  Usually the interviews are 20-30 minutes long, and end up with one sentence being quoted, and often quoted out of context.  I imagine RK spoke with someone from the Vitamin D Council for that much time, if not longer.  And used this one short quote.

RK really had to work to make this a debate to follow the format. The SCF spokesperson said that people who got little sun exposure needed to take supplements, and, in fact, recommended that ideally people should get up to 2,000 IU per day, which is way more than any daily multivitamin contains.  So, the SCF and the Vitamin D Council are more in agreement than they are apart, but RK has selectively quoted to make it seem like a disagreement.

Now, following the format, RK has to bring in a moderator and give us the final answer we’ve all been waiting for.

So, what should you believe?

Are you ready?

According to dermatologist Michael Kaminer, who treats hundreds of patients with skin cancer annually, the best thing to do is find a middle ground.

Well, the SCF recommends 2,000 IU per day and the Vitamin D Council recommends 5,000 IU per day, so is the middle ground 3,500 IU per day, an amount that splits the difference?

Not quite.

“During long, dark winters where we are covered in clothes, I take vitamin D supplements,” says Kaminer. “But in the summer, grease up with sunscreen, drink some milk, and hit the golf course! You’ll be swimming in vitamin D.”

Oh, really?

I told you it was breathtakingly stupid.

Does this guy understand that ultraviolet B (UVB) rays are what both make vitamin D and burn the skin?  If you put on sunscreen that blocks UVB, then you block the production of vitamin D.  Pretty much completely. Even weak sunscreens with an SPF of 8 block 95 percent of vitamin D synthesis.  So greasing up with sunscreen is definitely not going to have you “swimming in vitamin D.”

In fact, if you’re not careful, you’ll end up more prone to the worst kind of skin cancer: melanoma.  Why?  Because a sunburn is nature’s way of telling you you’re getting too much sun.  Unless you’re a moron, you get out of the sun before you get badly burned.  With graduated sun exposure you develop a tan, which prevents burning because the tan blocks the UVB much like a sunscreen does.  But the tan blocks UVA also.  UVA is the wavelength that doesn’t really burn but does stimulate the melanocytes (the pigment producing cells), which can cause melanoma.  If you slather on the sunscreen and stay out in the sun all day, you don’t get burned, but you do get a ton of UVA, which, until fairly recently, wasn’t blocked by sunscreen.  Now sunscreens contain agents that block both UVB and UVA, but no one knows yet whether these will prevent melanoma in the long run.

The paradox of melanoma is that this cancer typically develops as a response to too much sun but people with chronic sun exposure incur it less frequently than those with sporadic sun exposure.  This paradox can be easily explained.  Those who are out in the sun a lot develop a tan.  The tan blocks UVA, so there is less of the simulation for melanoma.  Those who go into the sun occasionally – office workers who vacation at the beach for a week – use sunscreen and stay out too long, receiving way too much UVA. UVA that increases the risk for melanoma.

I didn’t intend this to be a discourse on melanoma, sunscreens and vitamin D, but the idiotic response given by the ‘ultimate’ authority in our Golf Digest article got me going.

The take-home message from this post is to look for the pattern in these kinds of articles because they’re pretty much all the same.  You end up with a freelance writer arranging the experts to prove whatever the freelance writer – who is certainly no expert – wants to prove.  Or it may not even be what the freelancer wants to prove, but it is a function of how the best quotes fit with the structure of the piece.  “Grease up,” “hit the golf course,:” “swimming in vitamin D” – all are more pithy and memorable than any of the quotes above them.  Chances are RK wanted to end the piece with a bang, so he/she used the better quote giver as the ultimate expert.

Just remember, these kinds of pieces are put together more for their style than their content, so don’t put much faith in their accuracy.

More on vitamin D:

For info on the sun, vitamin D and its relationship with folate, click here.

Also, here is a great calculator designed by Norwegian scientists to determine how long you need to spend in the sun at various times of the year and various latitudes to get 1000 IU of vitamin D.  I recommend at least 5 times this amount to get 5,000 IU.

Click here to get a chart of US latitudes and longitude.

Source: Michael R Eades, MD.


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Fluoride Classified As A Neurotoxin

Take away? Drink fluoride-free water!

Best Known Peer-Reviewed Medical Journal Officially Classifies Fluoride As A Neurotoxin

Fluoride

Fluoride

Fluoride awareness is really taking off, it’s just another example of what we can do as one collective human race when we come together and create awareness on topics we all feel need more critical examination. Many don’t consider information to be significant unless published in a peer-review journal. This simply isn’t true, it’s a stigmatism that has led a lot of great independent research by experts, for experts, that still goes through a review process to be ignored.

A ground breaking publication in one of the top main-stream medical journals has now added six additional substances into its classification of neurotoxicants, and one of them is fluoride.(1) Fluoride is commonly used in dental products, and still remains as an additive in the drinking water supply of numerous communities all over the world. Although activism has been successful in removing it in many countries, cities and communities, some still remain who have yet to take action, one for example, is Toronto, a city of five million plus people.

The publications abstract reads as follows:

“Neurodevelopmental disabilities, including autism, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, dyslexia and other cognitive impairments, affect millions of children worldwide, and some diagnoses seem to be increasing in frequency. Industrial chemicals that injure the developing brain are among the known causes for this rise in prevalence. In 2006, we did a systematic review and identified five industrial chemicals as developmental neurotoxicants: lead, methyl mercury (common in vaccines), polychlorinated biphenyls, arsenic and toluene. Since 2006, epidemiological studies have documented six additional developmental neurotoxicants – manganese, fluoride, chlorpyrifos, dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane, tetrachloroethylene, and the polybrominated dihenyl ethers. We postulate that even more neurotoxicants remain undiscovered. To control the pandemic of developmental neurotoxicity, we propose a global prevention strategy. Untested chemicals should not be presumed to be safe to brain development, and chemicals in existing use and all new chemicals must therefore be tested for developmental neurotoxicity. To coordinate these efforts and to accelerate translation of science into prevention, we propose the urgent formation of a new international clearinghouse”(1)

It’s quickly becoming a known fact that the fluoride in our drinking water is harmful, it’s not even the natural element of fluoride, it’s industrial toxic waste. The publication cites research from the Harvard Medical School of Public Health that found links between fluoridated water, ADHD and mental disorders, you can read more about that here. 

There’s a reason multiple countries and communities all over the world are putting an end to water fluoridation.

“In point of fact, fluoride causes more human cancer deaths than any other chemical. When you have power you don’t have to tell the truth. That’s a rule that’s been working in this world for generations. There are a great many people who don’t tell the truth when they are in power in administrative positions. Fluoride amounts to public murder on a grand scale. It is some of the most conclusive scientific and biological evidence that I have come across in my 50 years in the field of cancer research.” (2)  – Dr. Dean Burk, Biochemist, Founder of Biotin, and Former Chief Chemist at the National Cancer Institute of Health.

CE has written various articles about fluoride.You can views some of them below.

For more articles and news on fluoride from CE, click here.

Sources:

http://download.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/laneur/PIIS1474442213702783.pdf?id=baak8dkBlaiXPhJTjuTsu

 

List of bottled water without fluoride

A
A Better Water
Agromas Natural Mineral Water
Albertsons
Alhambra
Alpina
American Fare
American Star
Appco
Aqua Fresca
Aqua Panna
Aqua Pure
Aquarius Natural Mineral Water
Arbor Springs Drinking Water
Arbor Springs Purified Water
Arbor Springs Spring Water
Arlington Springs
Aqua Systems
Aqua Von
Arrowhead
Artesian Wells Distilled Water
Artesain Wells Drinking Water
Artesian Wells Infant Water
Augusta Medical – Daniels

B
Badger Water
Belmont Springs
Besco Pure Premium Drinking Water
BIOTA Colorado Pure Spring Water
Bio-2
Black Berry Farms
Blue Ice Natural Mineral Water
Boney’s
BORNEO Drinking Water
BORNEO Natural Mineral Water
Bountyland
Buches

C
Calistoga
Callaway Blue
CAPA
Cascade Bottled Water
Cascade Distilled Water
Cascade Purified Drinking Water
Century Springs Distilled Water
Century Springs Spring Water
Chemung Distilled Water
Chemung Spring Water
Chippewa Spring Water
Citi Stop
Classic Selection
Clearly Arctic
Clear Mountain Spring Water
Clover Company Limited
Coach
Cold Country
Cohutta Mountain Spring Water
Cowboy Squeeze
Crowne Plaza Drinking Water
Crowne Plaza Natural Mineral Water
Cruel Jacks Spring Water
Crystal Mountain Spring Water
Crystal Point
Crystal Ridge
Crystal Spring Natural Spring Water
Crystal Springs
Crystal Springs Drinking Water
Crystal Springs Deionized Water
Crystal Springs Spring Water
Culligan Water
Culligan Demineralized Water
Culligan Distilled Water
Culligan Purified Water
Culligan Spring Water

 

D
Dakota Splash
Dannon
Dannon Fluoridated Spring Water
Deep Rock
Deep Rock Crystal Drop
Deep Rock Fontenelle
Deer Park
Deja Blue
Desert Quench
Diamond Spring Water

E
East Phils
Eco Quest
Elite
Equatorial Natural Mineral Water
Eureka
Evian
E Water

F
Family Pantry
Famous Ramona Water
Flowing Springs
Food Club
Founders Square Bank
Fresh Brands Artesian
Fresh Brands Distilled Water
Fresh Brands Drinking Water
Fresh Market

G
Get-N-Go
Glacier Bay
Glen Summit Springs Water
Glen Summit Distilled Water
Glenwood Inglewood
Gordon Food Service
Great Bear

H
Harvey’s
H2O4U
Henry’s
Hidden Valley Natural Mineral Water
Hillcrest Distilled Water
Hillcrest Drinking Water
Hillcrest Spring Water
Hilton PJ Natural Mineral Water
Hinckley Springs
HINT
Hi-Sprint Drinking Water
Hi-Sprint Natural Mineral Water
Hog Wash
Hon Less Natural Mineral Water

I
Ice Jam
Ice Mountain
Ice Mountain Natural Mineral Water
Inland
Istana Natural Mineral Water

J
Joe Muggs
Joe Ragan’s Pure Water
Junior Johnson
Just Squeezed

 

K
Kandiyohi Drinking Water
Kentwood Springs
KLGCC Natural Mineral Water
Krystal J Artesian Water
Krystal J Distilled Water

L
Laure
Leroy Jenkins Ministries
Logansport Savings Bank
Lowe’s

M
Martins
Masafi Pure Natural Mineral Water
Mayer Bros.
Mercurio Produce
Mesra Drinking Water
Mesra Natural Mineral Water
Misty Mountain
Monadnock Mountain Spring Water
Montclair
Mountain Energy
Mountain Forest
Mountain Valley Spring Water
Mount Olympus Spring
Mutiara Natural Mineral Water

 

N
Nantze Springs
Nestle Pure Life
New Frontier Bank
Niagra Mist
Nicolet Distilled
Northern Illinois University
Nursery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

O
Oasis Pure Drinking Water
Oasis Sparkling Water
Ogallala – Clear Cool Water
OUI Drinking Water
OUI Natural Mineral Water
Ozarka
Ozarka

P
Paiges
Parmer Pure H2O
Patriots Choice
Pelangi Natural Mineral Water
Penta Ultra Premium Purified Drinking Water
Perrier
Piggly Wiggly
Poland Spring
Polaris Water
Pristine Natural Artesian
Purely Sedona
Puritan Springs Distilled Water
Puritan Springs Drinking Water

Q
Quick Stop

R
Rain Soft
Refresh Natural Mineral Water
Reiser Drinking Water
Request Foods, Inc.
Rip Time

S
Safeway – Refreshe
Sam’s Wine & Spirits
San Faustino Natural Mineral Water
San Pellegrino
Santee Springs
Scheopner’s Water
Sequoia Springs
Scotts
Shamrock
Shenandoah Distilled Water
Shenandoah Pure Drinking Water
Shenandoah Spring Water
Shop-N-Cart
Shur-Fine
Sierra Springs
Silver Creek Purified Water
Silver Creek Spring Water
Sky Drinking Water
Snow Valley
Sparkletts
Spinx
Stator Bros. Markets
Summit Mountain
Summit Springs
Summit Valley

T
T-Rex
Teton Mountain Lodge Spring Water
Tweetsie

U
United Dairy Farmers

V
Valutime
Veta Drinking Water
Volvic

W
Walgreen’s Drinking Water
Wal-Mart
Wal-mart Kids Connection
Water Boy
Weis Markets Spring Water
Western Family
Whistler Water
Whole Foods 365
Woodland Spring Water
Wyoming Machinery “Catipillar” Spring Water

Y
Z

Zephyrhills
Zodiac

 

 

 

 

 



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