Arsenic conjers up images of rat poison and soap opera poisonings. The truth is that arsenic does occur naturally in water. It is in the creeks and spring where I live. The EPA regulates how much arsenic is safe for drinking water:
Dr. Mercola reports:
Consumer Reports issues the following concerns:
Healthy Child Healthy World asked last month “ Is there arsenic in my kid’s apple juice? “. Unfortunately, the answer is most likely yes. Consumer Reports is continuing to raise this issue.
I think we should do more juicing from our own apple trees.