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Posted on Thursday, October 29, 2009 - 9:21 pm:   Delete PostPrint Post   Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

I was wondering if anyone has noticed a connection with water and it effecting glutamate sensitivity?

I need to get a really good water filter that takes out heavy metals, VOCs, and fluoride anyway, so mostly I'm just curious.

Can I vent for a moment? It's such a pain finding a good water filter. Most of them don't actually do all they claim...there is a certification body called NSF but it's hard to navigate and search...and now I'm finding that I know more than the poor sales guy that keeps trying to answer my questions. Almost none of the reverse osmosis systems remove VOCs (volatile organic compounds), because they put less expensive carbon filters and rely on the RO. But only the RO takes out flouride - haven't found a carbon filter that takes it out in sufficient percentage.

Anyway, I think I found one I like (MultiPure's Reverse Osmosis plus submicron carbon block). Looking at a couple others too. Would love any comments or thoughts you have!

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