James White               NorthWest Liberty News               January 30, 2019

 

Given 3 months to live over 10 years ago, the “Boy in the Plastic Bubble” turned to my guest today, Carl Palmer to save his life. Last month, Carl received a personal thank you letter from him; a letter which I read a portion of during the interview below!

 

 

More and more evidence is coming out that proves what many people have been claiming for decades.  Clean, purified water is one of the keys to long life.  However, after speaking with Founder, Chairman and President of Seychelle Environmental Technologies, Carl Palmer, it appears that purified, high pH water can literally save your life.

 

 

Carl Palmer has been in the water business for over 50 years, and has traveled all over the world solving humanitarian needs for clean, purified water.  To say that Carl Palmer knows water might be a bit of an understatement, as he is routinely consulted by heads of state and members of various legislatures to help solve their water contamination challenges.  To Carl Palmer, clean water is a way of life.

Carl was gracious enough to take time from his busy schedule to join me via video Skype, something that he will be doing every Tuesday going forward.  Today, we discussed the dangers of lead in our drinking water.  Over the subsequent weeks and months, we will be covering a wide variety of contaminates in our water supply, while providing solutions to get your family drinking clean, purified, high pH water at home or on-the-go.

 

 

 

The “Boy in the Plastic Bubble” Saved by Purified, High pH Water-(Not a Parody)
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  • January 30, 2019 at 6:54 pm
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    I bought a kagan water machine about 5 years ago, I paid 25 dollars at a yard sale, the machine is worth 1200 dollars. I drink nothing but pure high PH water.

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