Hey there, time traveller!
This article was published 17/3/2014 (1221 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
I read, with some skepticism, the article by Diane Nelson in the Weekend edition about her experiences with Brandon tap water. I must say, as a retired physician, that I take this kind of anecdotal reporting with more than a pinch of salt.
My wife, Mickey, had been having abdominal cramps and nausea for months every day, but only in the mornings. As retired people, we do not have to rise at the crack of dawn, but our day started early because of the cramps. We drink lots of water during the night.
I read Diane’s article and thought that it would be at least worth a trial to eliminate tap water from my wife’s nightly consumption.
The result was truly astonishing. Since using bottled water during the night Mickey has had no more cramps and nausea. At last she can have a restful night and we can sleep in!
Thank you Diane!
I have no trouble myself with the tap water, but I would give credence to anyone else who may have had the same experience as my wife.
DR. STUART and MICKEY HAMPTON