The reasons start with a clear understanding of what is at the root of the need for what we do. Why do we or anyone need to alter the available water anywhere? The same reason factories had to change what comes out of their smokestacks; the same reasons catalytic converters were put on cars, and the same reasons labels on processed foods…Read More
Yes, there is a big debate about the practice of adding Fluoride to our water system and whether it is good for our health (teeth specifically) or if it is a way to push another neurotoxin down our throats, literally. Is the Fluoride that is being added to our water supply a waste product of large manufacturing plants? Did the Nazis add Fluoride to water in concentration camps to pacify the Jews? Did you even know there was a debate? Or, did you just accept that it was good for your teeth and move on?Read More
Leonardo da Vinci said, “…water is the driving force of all nature.”
Jerry and Sarah Lockhart, father and daughter, know all too well the truth of these words. They are the owners and operators of the Blue Jug of Fort Payne, formerly the Water Tree.
Their store is located at 2133 Gault Ave. N. and has been in operation for three years. The store offers filtered, alkaline water at a reasonable price. The filtration of the water takes place right at the store.Read More
There is clearly something going on with wheat that is not well known by the general public. It goes far and beyond organic versus nonorganic, gluten or hybridization because even conventional wheat triggers no symptoms for some who eat wheat in other parts of the world.Read More
Did you even know there were two forms of B12? I didn't, until I started looking up the names of some of the hard to pronounce ingredients in my energy drink? One was cyanocobalamin, which I thought was an interesting name and very similar to cyanide...boy was I right! It is actually a low dose man-made form of B12! The natural form is called methylcobalamin and is pre-methylated which means your body can put it to immediate use.Read More
While the holiday season can be a wonderful time of celebration and connection, few of us get through it without experiencing some level of stress. Emotions can run high around the holidays and expectations higher still. You may feel pressure to entertain, cook a big meal and shop for gifts for family and friends, whether you can afford it or not. In addition, there are many holiday-oriented activities and special events to attend.Read More
While you may think a cold shower would stop your heart outright, it actually improves its function. The cold water increases blood circulation which is needed for growth and repair of vessels. Plus, better circulation improves the ability to circulate the things in your body that you need, i.e. hormones, oxygen, and nutrients. On the flip side it also works to flush out what you don’t want hanging around, like CO2 and tissue damaging toxins.Read More
(Natural News) Drinking up to three cups of coffee daily may improve longevity and reduce the risk of all-cause mortality, according to a study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. As part of the study, a team of researchers at the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and the Imperial College London has examined the beneficial effects of coffee consumption among people across 10 European countries including the United Kingdom, Denmark, France, and Italy. The study has received funding from the European Commission Directorate General for Health and Consumers and the IARC.Read More
THURSDAY, Nov. 16, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Fruits and vegetables can be delicious and nutritious -- but too many Americans are still passing them by, a new report finds.
Just 9 percent of adults eat enough vegetables and only 12 percent get the recommended amount of fruit daily, according to a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Read More
Sugar-sweetened drinks are not as popular as they once were.
According to a new study based on a continuing national health survey, 60.7 percent of children and 50 percent of adults drank a sugary beverage on any given day in 2014, down from 79.7 percent of children and 61.5 percent of adults in 2003.Read More
Don't drink dead acidic reverse osmosis water! Drink water your body wants and needs!Read More
While waiting for the first customers of the day, a Periscope.tv/BlueJug live streaming about the benefits of naturally-made alkaline antioxidant water and drinking water after a big meal like Thanksgiving...and a short discussion with a viewer in Russia about Vodka!Read More
The difference between natural alkaline water and electric alkaline water.Read More
What's wrong with reverse osmosis water? Well, for short, it's dead acidic water...ok, maybe not dead, but it is void of any healthy minerals your body needs. Reverse osmosis works so well, it removes not only the bad stuff, but the good stuff, too!Read More
Pure Hydration is a water system that purifies, and rebuild the water making high antioxidant, high alkaline plus high molecular hydrogen water. It's a system that is affordable for anyone, but is a natural system NOT an electric, artificial system.Read More
Water fluoridation has been hailed by the CDC as “one of the ten great public health achievements of the 20th century.” However, the practice has been mired in controversy since it began over 70 years ago. Does water fluoridation actually prevent tooth decay, or have we been sold a lie? Join producers Paul Wittenberger and Chris Maple as they engage with world-renowned experts in exposing one of the biggest frauds the world has ever known. Together, they unravel the shocking secrets and deception of a corrupt industry that has been poisoning communities for generations. This surprising research creates a compelling case against the fluoridation of our water supplies, revealing long hidden health hazards, fraudulent findings, and corporate corruption. FLUORIDE: POISON ON TAP will inspire you to take action on a local and global scale before its too late! This film will feature: Dr. Edward Group Dr. David Kennedy Mike Adams Dr. Paul Connett Dr. James E. Rota Dr. Charlie Goetschel Karen Johnson Neil Carman Dr. Laura Pressley Chris Maple Gary Pittman Paul Wittenberger Mary Ellen Moore Jeff Green Dr. Doris Rapp Gianluca Zanna.Read More
WOLFFORTH, Texas – As many as 63 million people – nearly a fifth of the country – from rural central California to the boroughs of New York City, were exposed to potentially unsafe water more than once during the past decade, according to a News21 investigation of 680,000 water quality and monitoring violations from the Environmental Protection Agency.Read More
The main thrust in treatment of cancer is to embark on a life style change, the aim being to undo those things that have occurred in the body as a result of maintaining the wrong lifestyle. When dehydration is properly handled and the body becomes optimally rehydrated the following happens: the blood becomes less viscous and the circulation of blood becomes faster, oxygen and other nutrients will be adequately and efficiently delivered to the cells and cellular processes and functions will no longer be disrupted.Read More
What is the best container for your water? We, at Blue Jug Market, believe you should be concerned about the container, just as much as the water you put in it.Read More
If you want to have a good life, you need to smile more! The more you smile, the more people around you smile. It's addictive. As Buddy in the movie Elf said "Smilings my favorite!".
Oral health is a big indicator of overall health. If you don't have a healthy mouth, it is very likely you will have or could have more problems down the line. But, most people want a good looking smile and end up sacrificing their overall health and not just the health of their mouth in the process. Many of the teeth whitening systems or toothpastes available are unhealthy and full of chemicals that shouldn't be in our bodies.Read More