What are the long term effects of drinking chlorine water?
The tap water has so much chlorine in it that a cup of water can smell like a large pool. It leaves a residue in the pots and cups and it is ruining the thermos. If it can do all this what on earth is it doing to our bodies?
I do believe there will not be much effect on our bodies as our kidney will process and discharge any unwanted content in the water.
Unless you are facing problem with your kidney then you might want to drink mineral water instead.
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