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I wanted to know if there is any research on the issue Daniel Vitalis raises on bottling water here (5th minute and on). He claims that if one drinks water bottled in plastic bottles one will eventually have plastic in his blood. Another claim is that the superior way to transport your water is in a glass bottle ideally sealed with cork. Why cork?
On the same note, I've been told to sprout my seeds in a glass container.
All those may be true but with no further explanation, they are but empty claims. Could what he says about plastic bottles hold for glass bottles as well? Is it true for any clean, non-rusty bottle material? I wondered if anyone wants to address the issue, even if they wouldn't cite their sources.
p.s. Daniel Vitalis is a health food guru, specifically a water expert. He started the website "find a spring," and has countless of videos on water. He looks like no sort of a credible expert to me.