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                           Would you drink dirty water?   A balanced diet with the necessary building blocks for our body is the basic prerequisite for a good quality of life into old age. Good water and a colorful variety of foods provide the nutrients our body needs to function properly. Today it is very important what we do NOT consume. Pesticides, chemical additives such as artificial flavors, thickeners, colors, sugar, and all the stuff that manipulates the appearance and taste of food is in no way conducive to a long and healthy life. This is clear to every health-conscious person. However, many do not worry much about what they ingest through their lungs of unhealthy substances. We "eat" air. If we breathe in air that is enriched with fine dust and other toxins from the combustion processes of industry, wood stoves and cars, we are not doing our health any good. A human lung with its finest branches has a moist surface of 100 square meters. This makes it an optimal filter to absorb all possible foreign substances from the breathing air. The lungs have a sophisticated garbage disposal system that removes dust and small foreign objects and directs them into the digestive system. Air cleaner There are air washers for the apartment, consisting of an approximately 30 cm small tub filled with water, in which a compound of 50 plastic discs rotates, through which a fan blows air. This method of cleaning the air from dust or cigarette smoke is as brilliant as it is simple. If the part runs for a while, you can see that the water has lost its clear transparency and starts to become slightly milky. It also smells of the room in which the air purifier worked. Dust and substances from perfumes, formaldehyde, furniture vapors, hairspray particles and everything that was in the air is now in the water. Would you like to drink a glass full of it? The fact is: you drink such water every day! Because in the end all the dirt that you take in with your breathing air ends up in your stomach! But only in the best case! Because fine dust is hardly removed from the lungs in this way. Instead, these fine, sometimes toxic, particles penetrate the lung tissue and get directly into the bloodstream. If the small particles stick to platelets, it can activate them and the blood's ability to clot increases. This increases the risk of heart attack and stroke. Fine dust attacks the human body at the deepest level. The diseases that can be triggered are incredibly diverse. Children who are exposed to increased levels of particulate matter are more likely to develop type 1 diabetes, and their arteries will calcify more quickly in the course of their lives. Particulate matter can cross the blood-brain barrier. Ultrafine exhaust particles, such as catalytic metal particles from car catalytic converters, can accumulate in the brain and cause diseases such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and multiple sclerosis. Inflammations in any organ of the body can be the result. Further possible damage: - Mucous membrane irritation - Asthma - heart attack, stroke - Impairment of the organ growth of children - Vascular calcification - Thromboses - Cancer - Cognitive problems in children and adults - lymphatic imbalance - Diffuse lung diseases Why clean air is so important to our health. An adult person inhales about 10,000 liters of air every day. 1000 liters of air weigh about 1.3 kilograms. If you liquefied this air for better illustration (liquid air weighs approximately 0.875 kg per liter and has a bluish color), you would have a daily ration of 15 liters of liquid air in front of you. A big bucket full. The weight of the air you breathe daily is greater than what you eat and drink together! Dirt-free air is just as important for the best health of you and your children as healthy food and clean water!
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