Friday, March 7, 2008

Don't Drink Bottled Water Left In The Car

Here's one article I just read online and I would like to share this message to others because this one is worth reading.

WARN YOUR GIRLFRIENDS AND DAUGHTERS

Bottled water in your car.....very dangerous, woman!!!!
This is how Sheryl Crow got breast cancer. She was on the Ellen show and said this same exact thing. This has been identified as the most common cause of the high levels in breast cancer, especially in Australia .

A friend whose mother was recently diagnosed with breast cancer said that the Doctor told her: women should not drink bottled water that has been left in a car.

The doctor said that the heat and the plastic of the bottle have certain chemicals that can lead to breast cancer. So please be careful and do not drink bottled water that has been left in a car, and, pass this on to all the women in your life. This information is the kind we need to know and be aware and just might save us!!!! The heat causes toxins from the plastic to leak into the water and they have found these toxins in breast tissue.

Use a stainless steel Canteen or a glass bottle when you can!!!

Let every one that has a wife/girlfriend and daughter know please.

As we all know, its getting hotter and hotter, what's more on Summer right?! So if you had read this too, just inform your loved ones, grandma, wife, auntie, cousin, sister, girlfriend, your friends and neighbors if they don't know about this yet. You might save their lives just for passing them this info. I will surely tell this to my mom as she always drives around.

Make sure not to leave bottled water on your cars, bring them along with you. And I think, we can assume that this not only apply to bottled water, but to all bottled drinks.

1 comment:

Sai Pradeep said...

Hi Lisa...

I hit your link when i was looking for clarity in this topic...

i ran into the following sites which state otherwise...

http://urbanlegends.about.com/od/medical/a/bottled-water.htm

http://www.cancer.org/docroot/MED/content/MED_6_1x_Reusing_Plastic_Water_Bottles.asp?sitearea=MED