Why Risk Gut-Wrenching Water Poisoning When It’s so Easy to Avoid

Why Risk Gut-Wrenching Water Poisoning When It’s so Easy to Avoid

An estimated 40% of travelers fall sick with gastro poisoning, losing anywhere up to 4 days from their holiday. Imagine being on your dream holiday and coming down with diarrhea, vomiting, and severe cramps – imagine if it was one of your children – all because you didn’t avoid risky foods or use a simple Sure Aqua products water filter.

Wide-Spread Water Poisoning Issues

Healthy drinking water is vital to our health. Each country has its own protection authority monitoring drinking water quality, but how effective these agencies can be in detecting and removing pollution in water systems depends on the resources made available to them, environmental issues, and the level of industrial and farming controls.

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Water poisoning very often comes from PBTs (persistent, bioaccumulative toxic chemicals), possibly more commonly known as the organochlorines – industrial agents including the extremely harmful dioxins.

 Water poison can originate from farming and suburban run-off in the form of pesticides and other hazardous chemicals, while asbestos fibers, heavy metals, organic and inorganic sediment, and water lead poisoning are all severely damaging the environment and threatening our health.

 It’s not only man-made substances that cause poisoned water sources. That clean, flowing stream you’re drinking from could contain naturally occurring contaminants that are poisonous to our bodies, such as e-coli and parasitic cysts.

 Dysentery is worldwide but plagues developing countries. Spread by poor hygiene and through water poisoned by human sewage, the bacilli penetrate and ulcerate the intestine, causing debilitating blood-stained pussy diarrhea.

Sources of Healthy Drinking Water

Though bottled water may first spring to mind, when even the World Health Organization is warning of possible health complications from the transportation and storage of bottled water*, you have to sit up and take notice.

In Western countries, while tap water is generally healthy, environmental factors such as drought or flooding, or mishap at the water filtration plant, or pipe corrosion, may result in poisoned water. It’s not unheard of for the residents of even significant cities to have to boil their water due to parasitic infiltration.

In one major U.S. city, reportedly 400,000 residents became ill through swallowing Cryptosporidium oocysts. From the oocysts, the parasites emerge, as with Giardia cysts, to live and reproduce inside the small intestine causing severe, diarrhea, vomiting, cramps, and fever.

Sure Aqua Water Filtration is 10 Times Finer

Sure Aqua filters out e-coli, parasitic protozoa, and other forms of bacterial poison. Hot water and brackish water are the only exceptions for not using the Sure Aqua products.

The Sure Aqua products are so effective because the microfiltration membrane is 10 times finer than the smallest microbe and for the virus’s products 5 times smaller.  It provides an excellent state of mind knowing the drinking water is safe and high quality and gives you confidence  as you travel overseas or go camping in your own home.

 Why would you let water-based poisoning ruin your holiday when it’s so easy to avoid?






Cryptosporidiosis is a common illness caused by contact with a single-celled parasite called cryptosporidium. Although not discovered until 1976, cryptosporidiosis is one of the most common waterborne diseases. It can be fatal to those who are already in a vulnerable physical condition, such as pregnant women or anyone with HIV, AIDS, or cancer.

The most common symptom of cryptosporidiosis is watery diarrhea. However, some experience nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, and dehydration. Those with cryptosporidiosis usually experience symptoms between two and seven days after ingesting contaminated water. Symptoms typically last less than two weeks.

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Cyrpto Disease

Cryptosporidiosis can be found in any country but is more common in developing countries due to low-quality sanitation facilities and a lack of access to safe water. Cryptosporidiosis makes up 50.8% of parasitical waterborne diseases. In many developing countries, the rate of cryptosporidiosis is exceptionally high, making up 8-19% of all diarrheal diseases.

Unfortunately, there isn’t a failsafe way to treat cryptosporidiosis. The best one can do to drink lots of safe, clean water, replace electrolytes, and get plenty of rest. In severe cases, diarrhea medication and intravenous fluids can be used. However, this isn’t necessary for most people.


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Final Say

The most reliable way to avoid cryptosporidiosis is to make sure you don’t ingest contaminated water from any source. Invest in a good water purification system that is failsafe against cryptosporidium and avoid swimming in unsanitary water.


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