In a new book, mineral water brands that purify water and promote good health, say you can prevent the buildup of harmful toxins in your body.

Dr Rebecca Smith, who is the lead author of The Mineral Water Brand: A Personal Guide to Drinking Water, said she was inspired by the positive health benefits of drinking purified water, such as boosting the immune system and improving memory.

“It is a great example of a brand that’s been proven to improve health,” she said.

The mineral water brand, which includes a range of mineral water products and mineral-rich drinks, was developed by the group of Dr Smith, Dr Rachel Jones and Dr John O’Connor.

They aim to sell as many as 150,000 mineral water bottles a month, and have been testing the water from more than 200 countries.

Their campaign for a cleaner, more healthful world was launched in 2014, with the launch of a website called Clean Your Water.

I started thinking about it when I read about the negative effects of mercury in the environment, which is known to be toxic to the human body, Dr Smith said.

I thought it would be really good to have a brand to sell a product that actually helps us to reduce our exposure to that, and that was the idea behind the book.

It is very much a social responsibility, to try and make sure that people have clean drinking water and clean drinking systems.

What we are doing with the book is to try to encourage people to do things to reduce their mercury exposure, and I think it’s really important that we do.

We can’t get away from the fact that there are many toxins in our environment, and it’s not a new problem, and we have to try not only to clean up the environment but also to reduce the exposure of our health-care workers, she said, adding that there was also the need for better public education about how to reduce exposure.

There are also a number of other positive effects, such a reduction in heart attacks, strokes, and respiratory problems, she added.

This article was updated on March 11 to include comments from Dr Smith.

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